The Quasar Range component is a great way to offer the user the selection of a sub-range of values between a minimum and maximum value, with optional steps to select those values. An example use case for the Range component would be to offer a price range selection.

Also check out its “sibling”, the Slider component.
Remember you can use QRange wrapped by a QField too.

Works well with QField for additional functionality such as a helper, error message placeholder and many others.


Edit /quasar.conf.js:

framework: {
components: ['QRange']

Basic Usage

Notice we are using an object for the selection, which holds values for both the lower value of the selected range - rangeValues.min and the higher value - rangeValues.max.


export default {
data () {
return {
// our model here
rangeValues: {
min: 2,
max: 4

Example with step, label and snap:


Vue Properties

Supports v-model which should be binded to an Object in your scope with “min” and “max” properties.

Vue PropertyTypeDescription
minNumber(Required) Minimum value for beginning of interval.
maxNumber(Required) Maximum value for end of interval.
labelBooleanPopup a label when user clicks/taps on the Range.
label-alwaysBooleanAlways display the label.
left-label-valueStringOverride default left label value.
right-label-valueStringOverride default right label value.
left-label-colorStringColor from Quasar Palette for left label background.
right-label-colorStringColor from Quasar Palette for right label background.
fill-handle-alwaysBooleanFill handle even if at minimum value.
stepNumberSpecify step amount between valid values.
decimalsNumberSpecify maximum number of decimals.
snapBooleanRange handler will snap on values, rather than walking freely; good to use along step; also displays step markers on the Range.
markersBooleanDisplay markers on background, one for each possible value for the model.
squareBooleanWhen true. the slider buttons are square instead of round.
colorStringOne of Quasar Color Palette.
errorBooleanIf set to true, the range is turned red.
warningBooleanIf set to true, the slider is turned yellowish.
readonlyBooleanIf set to true, the user cannot change model value.
disableBooleanIf set to true, the user cannot change model value.
drag-rangeBooleanUser can also drag the range (while maintaining interval in this case).
drag-only-rangeBooleanWhen true, the user can only drag a predetermined range. Range limit values cannot be changed independently.

Make sure you choose the min, max and step values correctly. step must be a divisor of max - min, of v-model.min and of v-model.max, otherwise the component won’t work right. This is because all valid steps must be able to hold an equal position within the min-max values.


Use one of the Quasar colors from the Color Palette, like primary, secondary, orange-9, teal-4 within the color prop:


Lazy Input

Vue will soon supply the .lazy modifier for v-model on components too, but until then, you can use the longer equivalent form:

@change="val => { model = val }"
:min="0" :max="20"

Draging the Range

Use the drag-range or drag-only-range props, to allow the user to move the selected range or only a predetermined range as a whole.

<q-range drag-range v-model="rangeValues" :min="0" :max="100" label />

<q-range drag-only-range v-model="rangeValues" :min="0" :max="100" label />

Adding Markers

Use the markers prop, to show the steps available for the range selection.

<q-range markers v-model="rangeValues" :min="-6" :max="10" :step="2" label snap  />

Overriding Labels

In the example below we add a “px” suffix to labels.

:min="-20" :max="20"

Vue Events

Vue EventDescription
@input(newVal)Triggered immediately on model value change.
@change(newVal)Triggered on lazy model value change.

Usage Inside of a List

<q-item-side icon="local_atm" />
<q-range v-model="standalone" :min="0" :max="50" label />
<q-item-side icon="euro symbol" />
<q-range v-model="standalone" :min="0" :max="50" label />