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Product Description 2020 FOLD amp; TRAVEL Lightweight Foldable Electric Wheelchair

  • YOUR SAFEST CHOICE for a superior Electric Wheelchair. We’ve built a host of important safety features into this very high-quality wheelchair. Including joy stick, more stable rear wheels, super stable footrest, and very durable construction. It’s not only easy to use, extremely reliable but keeps you safe even in the most demanding situations.
  • EASY TO OPERATE with the superior design joystick. This lets you have one hand free for quick stopping. We have also included an anti-leaning rear design that keeps this electric wheelchair remarkably stable
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND EASY TO FOLD. Just 67.5 pounds with battery thanks to the Aluminum Alloy that is super strong yet very light. We use it for the Front amp; Rear wheels to make them stronger. Easy to load this wheelchair into your vehicle for transportation or storage.
  • MORE STABLE AND COMFORTABLE thanks to the front wheel Shock Absorber. We also added a swing away footrest that will work well for years of daily use. Everything has premium welds for excellent durability and reliability.
  • LIFETIME QUALITY ESURANCE: ensures this will quickly become your favorite purchase and perfect for your traveling needs.

    What You Get

  • 1 x Electric Wheelchair
  • 1 x Control Joystick
  • 1 x Charger
  • 1 X Detachable Li-ion Battery
  • 1 x User Manual

    Dimensions (LxWxH)

  • Box: 33" x 17" x 31"
  • Unfolded: 38" x 27" x 38"
  • Folded: 28" x 16" x 28"

    Useful Info

  • Maximum Speed: 5 Mph
  • Backrest Height: 18"
  • Seat Height: 20"
  • Seat Width: 17"
  • Seat Depth: 17"
  • Arm Rest Height(From Ground): 28”
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