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[EW] Observer Beach 4x4 Wheelchair (CAEATI)

Stockcode: MASS - Beach 4x4

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Description

The Observer Beach 4x4 Electric Wheelchair is perfect for adventure lovers. It has the capabilites to go through low levels of water, across sand and can climb slopes up to 15 deg.   Also available in a Bush 4x4 model.

Product Details:

 

Australian Standards/ ISO Standards: Yes

Crash Tested for use as a chair in a Vehicle: Yes

MASS SOA Listed: Yes

Load Capacity: 150kg

Material: Rustproof aluminium shroud that will take you to the waters edge.

Length: 1450mm

Width: 880mm

Height: 1180mm

Seat to Floor: 530mm

Height (seat folded to fit vehicle): 900mm

Seat: 16, 18 and 20 inch Max Sport Comfort Seating, with adjustable arm rests and extra thickened seat.

Lights: LED lighting system saving battery power.

Batteries: 4 x 12V/27ah 

Charge Time: 8-10 Hours

Charger: 12ah

Operational Time: Up to 3 hours depending on terrain

Drive Motor: New quiet 2 x 1350watt /4 pole motor (POWER PLUS)

Controller: PG R - NET Controller System (LCD) easier operation, original fittings imported from England, high reliability.

Drive Manner: Genuine 4 Wheel Drive (TURNS IN ITS OWN CIRCLE) with maximum output rotate speed of 90rpm. Skid turning system.

Brake: Electromagnetic breaking

Suspension: No

Max Speed: 7km/h

Wheels: 420 x 90mm solid

Clearance: 105mm

Load Capacity: 150kg

Weight: W/batteries 170kg

Turning Radius: TURNS IN OWN CIRCLE 490mm

Slope Climb: Up to 15 deg

 

NOTE:  All mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs are programmed to the comply with Australian Safety Standards.

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