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Golden Technologies Power Chairs

Before Golden Technologies entered the power chair market, we met with physical and occupational therapists and asked them two simple questions: What do you like about the products currently on the market? What don’t you like? The Compass, Compass Sport, Compass HD and the Compass TRO are the result of their answers and our expertise — as well as our commitment to help you enjoy life to the fullest, in comfort and in style. With the Alanté DX, you get Golden’s high standard of quality and reliability — at a price you can live with.

Golden Technologies takes all the worry out of purchasing a power wheelchair. Our expert designers blend the most technologically advanced components with superior designs to provide you with the utmost in quality, comfort and style. We confidently stand behind all our products and provide you with the best warranties in the industry. Choose the power wheelchair that all others are measured against… choose Golden!

Power Wheelchair FAQs:

Q: How can I adjust the headrest on the seat of my power wheelchair?
A: Adjusting the headrest is done the same way as most automotive headrests. At the bottom of the left post that supports the headrest, push in the clamp while pulling up on the headrest or lowering it. Once you have the desired position, release the clamp and the headrest will lock into place.

Q: What is the difference between center-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive power chairs?
A: Center-wheel drive chairs, like Golden's Compass series, offer users the most intuitive driving but placing the drive wheels directly underneath the user. Center-wheel drive allows the user to turn the power chair in its own space, meaning that whatever the footrest clears, the rear caster wheels will clear when turning in a complete circle. Center-wheel drive chairs are preferable in tight indoor spaces. Rear-wheel drive chairs have a larger turning radius meaning you need more space to turn the chair in a complete circle or navigate in tight indoor spaces.