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A06 Freedom Chair - Portable Powered Wheelchair



  • One Battery ( this model can take two )

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

  • Under-seat Storage Bag

  • Small Tool Kit


  • Auckland No charge

  • North Island  $75

  • South Island  $140

A06 Powered wheelchair features diagram
A06 wheelchair features from the back
AO6 lightweight electric wheelchair folded up in the boot of a car showing easy transport options.

Portable / Travel friendly

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

joystick closeup - optional extra for freedom chair electric wheelchairs

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.

Robert's Freedom Chair electric wheelchair

Model Number


Maximum User Weight


Maximum Speed

1 to 6.5 kph

Chair Weight with 1 battery


Unfolded Size in cm

96 (L) x 59 (W) x 93 (H)

Folded Size in cm

59.6 (L) x 34.5 (W) x 69 (H)

Seat Size

44cm (L) x 43cm (W)

Seat Height



2 x 200W Brushless Rear Motors

Battery Capacity

24V 10Ah per battery (2 max)

Battery Weight

1.6kg per battery (Lithium)

Driving Distance

10km per battery (Max 20km)

Slope Grade Ability

10 degrees

Front Wheels

8 inch PU Tyres

Rear Wheels

10 inch Solid Rubber Tyres

Charging Time

Two - Four hours


Left, Right or Backrest Accessory





Extra Feature

Two battery capacity


Spring Absorber

Braking System

Electronic Regenerative Disc


Folding Footrest

Seat Belt


Optional Accessories

Jennie's Story

At the weekend we visited our daughter in Rotorua.  This time I didn't have to find an excuse not to go for a walk around the lakefront and for two and a half hours we walked around Government Gardens which were beautiful, and the lakefront which was fantastic. (I didn't feel a bit tired).  Part of the path around the lake was very sandy and I thought I might have to turn around, but it was over a hard-packed dirt surface and again the chair didn't skip a beat.  We went to a café after for coffee, and I simply drove up to the table, pulled the armrests backwards and enjoyed a coffee with Ande and Shona. 

It has literally been years since I have been able to do this, and I feel like I have a whole new lease of life!  The ease and freedom we have now to simply fold the chair and put it in the back of the car is fantastic.  I feel able now to go anywhere and do almost anything.

This chair is very aptly named, as it certainly is a Freedom Chair.  Cheers Jennie 

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