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Category: Mobility Scooter

Snazzy 2 (Model 777-4Wa)

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The Snazzy 2, model 777-4WA, is a four-wheeled scooter designed for indoor or outdoor use by individuals with mobility or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or arthritis. The scooter is equipped with rear reflectors and a front mesh basket. FRAME (LxWxH): The overall dimensions are 44 x 21 x 18 to 36.5 inches. The turning radius is 36.5 inches. The scooter is equipped with a front bumper and rear anti-tip wheels. CONTROLS: Finger tip controls are mounted on a single-position tiller. RWD: Rear-wheel drive. SEAT: Contour seat with fold-down back. ARMRESTS: Flip-up armrests. BRAKES: Electronic brakes. WHEELS: Flat-free tires are standard. OPTIONS: Sun shade, rear view mirror, rear wire basket, cane holder, walker holder, armrest carrying bag, and more. POWER: Uses 12-volt batteries. A battery indicator light is located on the tiller. SPEEDS: 5 miles per hour with a travel range of up to 15 miles per battery charge and a climbing angle of 8 degrees. CAPACITY: 250 pounds. WEIGHT: 85 pounds without batteries.

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03/04/2004
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Shoprider Mobility Products, Inc. (Formerly Shoprider Usa & Shoprider Healthcare Products)
Shoprider Mobility Products, Inc. (Formerly Shoprider Usa & Shoprider Healthcare Products) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
21184 S. Figueroa St.
90745 Carson , CA United States
Email address: customerservice@shoprider.com
Phone: 800-743-0772
Fax: 877-797-7081 or 310-328-8185
California US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
310-328-8866
Web Address: 
http://www.shoprider.com
Tags: 
Wheeled Mobility
 
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