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Trident Power Wheelchair

$5,249.00 $3,529.00

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The Trident from Drive Medical is a front wheel drive chair that is built to last. It features a shroud-free steel frame that resists scratches and won’t crack. It can be disassembled into four pieces with the heaviest, the frame base, weighing 65 pounds. The controller can be placed on either the left or right arm and the arms are height, width and angle adjustable. This chair has large 14″ drive wheels that can easily handle indoor and outdoor conditions. It also has an adjustable center of gravity on the underside of the seat for proper user positioning. The back is semi-reclining and is 20.5″ high with the headrest.

Warranty Information: Trident Power Wheelchair

Lifetime Limited Warranty – Product Frame, Seat Post, Platform, Frame Welds

14 Months Limited Warranty – Electronic Controller, Motor/Gearbox Assembly

Six Month Warranty – Batteries

Specifications for the Trident Power Wheelchair

Turning Radius: 24.00″
Tire Type: Solid
Ground Clearance: 2.00″
Top Speed: 4.00 mph
Heaviest Piece: 53 lbs.
Maximum Incline Rating: 7.5 º
Battery Charge Distance: 15.00 miles
Drive Type: Front Wheel Drive
Foldable: No
Disassembles: Yes
Armrest Options: Height Adjustable
Flip-Back
Legrest Options: Footplate
Seat Options: Reclining Back
High-Back Seat
Captain’s Seat
Seat Widths: 18″
Seat Depths: 18″
Back Height: 20″
Maximum Seat to Floor Height: 24″
Overall Width: 27.25″
Overall Length: 42.25″
Joystick Options: Right
Left
Adjustable Hanger Brackets: No
Adjustable Angle Footplates: Yes
Dampening Adjustment: No
Frame Type: Transportable
Batteries: U1
Batteries Included: Yes
Battery Charger Type: Off Board
Drive Wheel Size: 14″
Rear Caster Size: 8″
Base Weight: 82.00 lbs.
Standard Seat Weight: 51.00 lbs.
Battery Pack Weight: 53.00 lbs.
Weight Without Batteries: 133.00 lbs.
Controller Type: PG VR2 50A
Suspension: Yes
Handles Thresholds of 2″ or More: No

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