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DE08 Freedom Chair - Portable e-Wheelchair

$5,300

Includes:

  • One Battery ( this model can hold three at once)

  • Battery Charger ( Fast Charger, 2-4 hours per charge )

  • Under-seat Storage Bag

  • Small Tool Kit

Freight:

  • Auckland No charge

  • North Island  $75

  • South Island  $140

Easily folds and may be split into two pieces for even lighter lifting.

Portable / Travel friendly

Folding in seconds, Freedom chairs are great for road trips, or airline travel. Simply ride your chair to checkout, deliver it to the baggage conveyor, fold it and remove the battery to carry as part of your cabin luggage.

Easy Joystick Controls

Mounting either on the right or the left side, the joystick controls are easy to use. Anti-tip technology makes hill climbing safe. Arm rests can be raised up out of the way when required. Electromagnetic brakes engage automatically when the joystick is released to a neutral position.

Model Number

DE08

Maximum User Weight

160kg

Maximum Speed

1 to 6.5 kph

Chair Weight with 1 battery

30kg (Split 15kg & 15kg)

Unfolded Size in cm

102.5 (L) x 59.6 (W) x 96 (H)

Folded Size in cm

59.6 (L) x 34.5cm (W) x 69 (H)

Seat Size

45cm (L) x 45cm (W)

Seat Height

48cm

Motor

2 x 250W Brushless Rear Motors

Battery Capacity

24V 10Ah per battery (3 battery max)

Battery Weight

1.6 per battery (Lithium)

Driving Distance

10km per battery (Max 30km)

Slope Grade Ability

12 degrees

Front Wheels

8 inch PU Tyre

Rear Wheels

10 inch Solid Rubber

Charging Time

Two - Four hours

Joystick

Left, Right or Backrest Accessory

Cushion

Removable

Backrest

Standard

Extra Feature

3 Battery Capacity, Splits into 2 parts

Turning Radius

89.3cm

Braking System

Electromagnetic Disc Brakes

Footrest

Folding Footrest

Seat Belt

Included

Optional Accessories

Jennie's Travels

The family spent 2 fantastic weeks together in Scotland and thanks to the Freedom Chair I didn't miss out on anything, from enjoying Hogmanay in Edinburgh and rolling up to the castle for the spectacular fireworks display to Mugdoch Castle which is the ancestral home of us Grahams where with the others I could roll down through the tracks to what's left of the castle. Also went to Culloden and there I was able to roll all around the walkways through the fields.

 

Ande and I also spent 3 days in Paris when we got back from Scotland and spent 5-6 hours a day walking/rolling around all the sights.  Paris was amazingly wheelchair friendly everywhere went.  Staff went out of their way to accommodate a wheelchair in the Louvre.  

 

There is no doubt in either of our minds that without the Freedom Chair we would not have seen, or done a fraction of the things we did on our trip.  With the smaller size and less weight of the Freedom Chair it proved itself to be ideal everywhere we went.

 

This is such a wonderfully fantastic wheelchair that has made our trip, and our lives, so much better than we could have hoped.

 

Cheers

Jennie

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Auckland, New Zealand

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