Pride Jazzy Select 6 Powerchair

Description

The Jazzy Select 6 has mid-wheel drive, allowing it to turn on the spot – combined with its narrow width, this makes it a much more manoeuvrable wheelchair than traditional rear-wheel-drive models. In-line motor technology gives the Jazzy Select 6 decent efficiencies, torque and range, making it well-suited to use outdoors, although it can occasionally struggle with steeper ramps. Active-Trac Suspension helps to smooth the ride over bumpy pavements.

The distinctive captain’s style seat allows the wheelchair user to enjoy the comfort of their favourite armchair when out and about, and the backrest can be reclined through a simple lever. The seating is suitable for those without advanced requirements and features limited adjustability beyond the position of the footplate. A simple to use controller makes the wheelchair easy to use, even for those unfamiliar with driving one before. Sleek red or blue bodywork gives the Jazzy Select 6 an attractive appearance, and part of its popularity is that it doesn’t look like a traditional wheelchair.

What are the benefits of buying an electric wheelchair?

Because there are so many options when it comes to purchasing electric wheelchairs, you can benefit in a number of ways. Although some power wheelchairs will come at a higher price point than manual wheelchairs, they can offer many more useful features.

More freedom and accessibility

Powered wheelchairs allow users to get around without having to exert energy, which means that it is possible to get out for longer and a much further distance. The batteries on a power wheelchair can last for around 8 hours before needing a charge again, so those with limited mobility can easily transport for shopping, fresh air, and just about anything else! For those that require a wheelchair but can also walk short distances, an electric wheelchair allows the user to get out with less effort and therefore have more energy to walk when necessary. A powered wheelchair can allow much more outdoor freedom and accessibility.

Added comfort

Because a power wheelchair hosts a motor and battery, the models are usually slightly larger in size than ordinary wheelchairs. This means that there is more room for comfort, including bigger cushions, support and stability. The chair can easily be customised for an individual so that they are provided with optimum support while travelling around. Our power wheelchairs require a seating assessment so that we can make sure your seat is perfectly comfortable and safe for your use.

Still not sure, then why not book an assessment with one of us: Book an assessment with a trained professional.

Features

Active-Trac® Suspension

Drive wheel suspension combined with six wheels on the ground and an innovative articulating beam allows for superior performance indoors and out.

Color-Through Shroud

Scuffs and scratches are less visible.

Comfort Seat

Adjustable, black vinyl high-back seat with removable, replaceable back and seat covers.

Specifications

Battery Weight (each) 30 AH: 11.11 kg (24.5 lbs.) battery pack
Weight Capacity 21 Stone 6lbs (136 kg)
Maximum Speed 4 mph (6 km/h)
Ground Clearance 5.08 cm (2″)
Overall Length 89.85 cm (35.37″)
Overall Width 59.69 cm (23.5″)
Turning Radius 55.6 cm (21.87″)
Standard Controls PG GC2 controller (VR2 Control if powered elevated seat used)
Heaviest Piece (when disassembled)
Total Weight (without batteries) 45.36 kg (90 lbs.)
Suspension Active-Trac® (ATX)
Battery Requirements Two 12-volt, deep cycle (standard) Size: 2x 30 AH
Seating Standard economy seat with headrest and seat belt. Synergy® seating-14” – 20”
Tyres Castors: 15.24 cm (6”) solid rear and front Drive: 25.4 cm (10”)
Notes 1. Due to manufacturing tolerances and continual product improvement, this specification can be subject to a variance of + or – 3 %. 2. Specification varies with user weight, terrain, battery type, battery condition and tire pressure. 3. Battery weight may vary based on manufacturer. Tested in accordance with ANSI/RESNA, WC Vol. 2, Section 4 and ISO 7176-4 standards. Results derived from theoretical calculations based on battery specifications and drive system performance. Testing conducted at maximum weight capacities. This specification can be subject to a variance of +10%, -5%. The information contained herein is correct at the time of publication; we reserve the right to alter specifications without prior notice.

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