- 450-pound maximum weight capacity to fully support larger body frames
- 15 mile battery range for hours of extended use1
- 4 mph maximum speed for transportation that’s quicker than walking1
- 28” turning radius
- 3.7" ground clearance so you can maneuver over slight obstacles
- 1.5” maximum step climb so you can ease over small bumps or floor raises
- 45” length & 28.5” overall width lets you move in and out of small spaces
- Uses two (2) Group 34 long-lasting batteries
- Total overall weight including batteries: 256 lbs.
1 Speed and range may vary based on weight of rider, terrain and grade
Commonly Asked Questions
Question: What is the difference between a scooter and a power wheelchair and how do I know which is right for me?
Answer:Mobility Scooters are designed primarily for outdoor use and have handle bars and a tiller for steering. Power chairs are designed for both indoor and outdoor use and are steered with one hand using a joystick. Power chairs are very maneuverable and easy to use inside the home. For more information on the differences between power chair and power scooters
Question:How Do I know if I qualify for Medicare Coverage for a power wheelchair?
Answer:Under Medicare coverage guidelines, power wheelchairs are covered if they are medically necessary for you to perform daily living activities in your home that can’t be performed using a cane, walker, manually operated wheelchair or a mobility scooter. In addition, you must demonstrate the ability to safely and effectively operate the power wheelchair in your home.
Question:What is Competitive Bidding and how does that affect my Medicare power chair coverage?
Answer:Competitive Bid Areas (CBA) means that a contract is awarded to a power chair supplier based solely on price (not quality or service). If you live in one of these areas, this takes away your choices as a consumer and you will only be able to obtain a power chair from the bid winner.