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Sunfire Plus Power Rear Wheel Drive Wheelchair Base

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The Sunfire Plus Power Rear Wheel Drive Wheelchair Base is a powered wheelchair designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxW): 39 x 24 inches. Available in blue, red, or gold, the chair is equipped with 2-inch solid rear-mounted anti-tip wheels. CONTROLS: Programmable PG controller with adjustable joystick mount. RWD: Two-motor rear wheel drive. SEAT: Swivel and reclining captain's seat with adjustable headrest and seat belt. ARMRESTS: Flip-back padded armrests are height-, angle-, and width- and depth-adjustable. BRAKES: Electronic regenerative brakes. CASTERS: 8-inch solid articulating casters. WHEELS: 10-inch solid tires. FOOTRESTS: Adjustable height footplate. POWER: Uses two, U1 34 AMP batteries (included) with 4 AMP, fan-cooled, on-board chargers. SPEEDS: 6 miles per hour for a range of up to 20 miles. CAPACITY: 300 pounds. WEIGHT: The base weighs 62 pounds, the seat weighs 35 pounds, and the batteries weigh 24.2 pounds each. WARRANTY: Lifetime warranty on frame, one-year warranty on electronic controller and drive train components, and six-month warranty on battery (from date of installation).

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as of: 
11/18/2010
Additional Pricing Notes: 

4389.00 to 3117.40

Made By:

Drive Medical Design And Manufacturing
Drive Medical Design And Manufacturing Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
99 Seaview Boulevard
11050 Port Washington , NY United States
Email address: customerservice@drivemedical.com
Phone: 877-224-0946
Fax: 516-998-4601
New York US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
516-998-4600
Web Address: 
http://www.drivemedicaldesign.com
Tags: 
Wheeled Mobility, Walking
 
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