The Stretto Narrow Motorized Wheelchair

When searching for narrow wheelchairs for tight spaces and easy maneuvering, why not choose the best narrow wheelchair on the market? In addition to its narrow width, the Edge 3 Stretto® is equipped with independent SRS (Smooth Ride Suspension), delivering increased shock absorption. This is due to the angle of the shocks on the power base.

The Edge 3 Stretto narrow motorized wheelchair comes standard with a USB charger port, which allows you to charge your electronic device while on the move. The Stretto also includes front and rear LED fender lights, so you can see and be seen in all environments. The fender lights are an excellent safety feature when crossing streets, driving on sidewalks, or maneuvering through parking lots at night.

As one of the top wheelchairs for narrow doorways, the Edge 3 Stretto is available with optional iLevel technology. With iLevel, you can elevate your wheelchair’s seat up to 12 inches and drive at 3.5 mph while elevated.

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Wheelchairs for Narrow Doorways

From small bathrooms to tiny kitchens, whether it’s tight doorways or narrow wheelchair ramps, the Edge 3 Stretto offers exceptional maneuvering in tight spaces. Consumers have been asking for a narrow motorized wheelchair that can maneuver in tight living quarters. The Edge 3 Stretto® delivers!

This narrow wheelchair base is designed for children, teenagers and small adults. The drive wheel configuration determines the overall width of the Stretto. If 12.5-inch drive wheels are selected, the Stretto has an overall width of 20.47 inches. The base has an overall width of 21.75 inches if 14-inch drive wheels are selected.

Will Medicare Pay for a Narrow Wheelchair?

If you have Medicare, you may wonder whether Medicare covers the cost of a narrow wheelchair. Medicare Part B may cover a portion of the cost of durable medical equipment (DME), such as a narrow wheelchair, when it is deemed medically necessary. To begin the process, schedule an evaluation with your doctor or other treating clinician. If the clinician feels that you may benefit from a narrow motorized wheelchair, they must document it in your medical records and write a prescription.

How Do I Get a Narrow Wheelchair?

If you need a complex rehab power wheelchair, you may benefit from the Edge 3 Stretto. Once you have a prescription from your doctor or therapist, we can refer to an authorized Quantum dealer who can assess your needs. Working with an Assistive Technology Professional (ATP), a physical or occupational therapist can determine what components you need and whether the Edge 3 Stretto is the best narrow wheelchair for you!

Other helpful links on narrow wheelchairs:

Lifestyle Guide for Narrow Motorized Wheelchairs

How Narrow Wheelchairs Meet Mobility Needs