21st Century Scientific, Inc. has built quality products since 1979 with a focus on enhancing the lifestyle of the power wheelchair user. Whether a person is looking for high performance, extreme durability or all terrain capability, our goal is to provide a chair that allows people to stay active and enjoy life. We at 21st Century Scientific, Inc. focus on meeting the specific needs of each user. We do this by working closely with the dealer, therapist and user, as needed, while we custom fabricate each power chair.
BOUNDER power chairs are "Made in the USA" in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. All BOUNDERS feature steel TIG welded frames, rugged gearless motors, high output UE1 series electronics plus much more that ensure that they provide many years of reliable service. The BOUNDER is known in the industry for being one of the most durable power wheelchairs on the market. Quite simply the BOUNDER is built to last.
Look through our website and explore the many options available. Then give us a call or send us an email. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have. Don't wait - get a free quote today so that you can start enjoying your very own BOUNDER soon.
Fast! 11.6 mph.
BOUNDER Plus H-Frame Power Wheelchair. Ideal for active individuals.
BOUNDER Plus H-Frame
Off-Road Power Wheelchair. Great for people who take their chair off the pavement.
Big BOUNDER H-Frame. Custom built Power chair for bariatric users up to 1000 lb.
Bounder Plus H-Frame with extra narrow option. Overall widths as narrow as 21.5". Ideal for pediatric & small adult use. More information.
Traditional styling for long-time power chair users. Features 20" drive wheels and sling upholstery.
Various power seating systems are available including our extra high 13" power seat elevator. More information.
Electric Leg Bag Emptier, Lighting Package, Horn, etc. Can be Installed on any 24V power chair.
(Prone Carts) Available in nearly any size. Power mattress positioning available. Can be customized with many options. More information.
This site last updated June 16, 2017