The Twin Wheel Duo
Also attaches to any wheelchair in seconds. Once fitted you will never need to push the chair again. Simply walk behind with your thumb on the control and let the Powerpack do all the work for you. The Duo model was introduced for those who require that extra traction, if you live in a hilly area or need to tackle slippery slopes or gravel driveways, this is the model for you!
The Duo if fitted as standard with a reverse function, operated by a simple switch on the hand control, allowing that extra versatility and functionality.
No more struggling up hills, ramps or uneven ground; just press the lever and enjoy the effortless transportation the Powerpack provides. The duo add on power unit is the most technically advanced carer controlled wheelchair power pack on the market.
With speeds up to 4mph with up to 18 stone on board and a range of up to 10 miles per charge, there is more than enough capacity for most days out.
Light enough to take anywhere; it packs neatly into the holdall and enables you to have that extra mobility from car boot, coach, train, boat and plane.
- Incredibly easy to fit
- So easy to use and simple to remove
- Designed and made in the UK
- Tens of thousands sold world wide
- Optional reverse function
- Two year parts & labour warranty
The fully automatic charger simply plugs in to the sealed and maintenance free battery at the end of the day ready for the next day out. This standard Powerpack comes with everything you need to get out and about, no hidden extras, no complications, even delivery & Fitting is included.
We have portable as well as fixed access products available.
Our battery care and maintenance guide will help you get the most life from your battery.
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