Ready. Set. Roll!

With Permobil’s K300 PS Junior, cool kids of all sizes can get in on the action. The K300 comes with a standard adult power base, and the expandable seat pan allows for a custom fit no matter how fast a child grows. Features include flipback armrests, power seat elevator and power tilt functions with R-Net electronics. Integrated Uni-Track open the door for an infinite number of adjustments and add-on accessories. Plus, the hot new colors – Onyx Black, Volcano Red, Cobalt Blue, Purple Rain, Phantom Grey, Pop Star Pink – and the tri-spoke wheel covers make any kid the envy of the block.

  • K300 PSJR - Catlink
    Climbing and Traction Link System (Catlink)

     

  • M300 PSJR - Swing Away
    Advanced Flipback Armrests

     

  • M300 PS Jr Legrest
    Comfortable Aeron Legrests

     

PS JR

Like our adult PS seating, the PS Junior is virtually unlimited in its adjustability. The expandable seat pan allows for a custom fit. And, because the seat is adjustable, the chair can easily grow with the child.

Available Power Functions

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YOUR CHAIR, YOUR COLORS.

We believe that your chair should be a reflection of your personality, so we offer a wide variety of standard color options for you to choose from for your shroud and hubcaps. Don’t see a color you like? We also offer custom solutions to give you the perfect product in the perfect color.

Frame Colors
  • Onyx Black
  • Phantom Gray
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Purple Rain
  • Pop Star Pink
  • Volcano Red
Fabric

Colors represented on our website are for reference only. Please see your local provider for actual color samples.

Onyx Black Phantom Gray Cobalt Blue Purple Rain Pop Star Pink Volcano Red

It doesn’t stop there. Accessorize your Permobil. See accessories.

Education & Evidence

Proof in motion.

The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

power wheelchair guide

Latest Blog Posts
Power Wheelchair Basics: Suspension

This is the 8th blog in our series about power wheelchairs. Check out the1st blog,2nd blog,3rd blog,4th blog,5th blog,6th blog, and 7th blog. Check out ourPower Wheelchair Guidefor more information about power mobility.

As we work our way through our blog series about power wheelchairs, our attention turns towards mechanics of the power wheelchair. Today we're discussing suspension. Suspension is important to provide the individual driving the wheelchair a smooth, comfortable ride over various terrains while maintaining stability and traction for optimal wheelchair base performance.

Suspension
"Mechanism of a device that is intended to reduce vibration" (Waugh & Crane, 2013, p. 32)

Power Seat Function Combinations

This is the 7th blog in our series about power wheelchairs. Check out the 1st blog,2nd blog,3rd blog,4th blog, 5th blog, and blog 6th. Check out our Power Wheelchair Guide for more information about power mobility.

Our last three blogs in the power wheelchair series have been about individual power seat functions. Simply put power seat functions are the different positions a power wheelchair can achieve. Today we're looking at how power seat functions and combinations available on different power wheelchair base types.

Power seat functions can always be combined. The available power seating options, however, are dependent to some extent on the type of power wheelchair base selected. Not all power wheelchairs can accommodate all power seat functions or the amount of the power seat function required for medical and/or functional needs. Some of the potential benefits to combining power seat functions include:

Cushion Considerations: Providing the Required Postural Support

This is the 3rd and final blog in our series on cushion considerations. Check out the1st blog and 2nd blog. Check out our Wheelchair Seating and Positioning Guidefor more information about wheelchair seating.

As we determine the appropriate method of pressure redistribution and cushion material, we must be aware of and consider how to address any postural abnormalities that may be present. Everyone is unique and has distinctive shapes and angles. Examples of asymmetrical postures at the pelvis include:

Pelvic tilt
Pelvic obliquity
Pelvic rotation

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Support

K300 PS Jr.

Contact our Support Representatives:
800-736-0925
support@permobil.com

Specifications
Maximum User Weight 165 lbs
75 kg
Maximum Speed Options 5 MPH, 6.5 MPH
8 km/h, 10.5 km/h
Driving Range (1) 16 miles
25.5 km
Base Width 24"
610 mm
Base Length 40"
1020 mm
Minimum Turning Radius 25"
640 mm
Ground Clearance 3"
75 mm
Optional Seat Elevator 8"
200 mm
Battery Type Group 34
Drive Electronics 90A R-net
Maximum Slope (2) 10° Up / 6° Down
Seat to Floor Height (ELEVATOR) 16.5"
(ELEVATOR) 420 mm
(SEAT TUBE) 16.5", 17.25", 18"
(SEAT TUBE) 420, 440, 460 mm
Tilt Options (POWER) 0° — 45°
(MANUAL) 0° — 45°
Recline Options (POWER) No Power Option
(MANUAL) 85° — 125°
Legrest Elevation (FIXED) 70°
(CENTER MOUNT) 90° — 150°
Armrest Pad Lengths 10", 13"
260, 335 mm
Seat Widths 11" — 16"
280 — 410 mm
Seat Depths 10" — 18"
260 — 460 mm
Backrest Heights 16.5" — 22.5"
420 — 570 mm

1 THIS REPRESENTS THE THEORETICAL DRIVING RANGE WHEN TESTING THE WHEELCHAIR ACCORDING TO RESNA WC-2, SECTION 4. THIS TEST IS PERFORMED UNDER IDEAL CONDITIONS AND ACTUAL RANGE WILL VARY DEPENDING ON BATTERY AND DRIVING CONDITIONS.
2 REFER TO OWNER MANUAL FOR SAFE DRIVING PRACTICES.