A lightweight and compact power chair that offers unprecendented comfort and convience – just unfold and go!
Part of the iGO range the iGO+ features front suspension, comfortable seating, convenient storage and ample foot room. The iGO+ has a compact and lightweight design and can fold in just a few simple steps for effortless transport; makes travelling a breeze. Simply unfold and travel with the iGo+.
|Battery Weight (each)||3.4 kg|
|Weight Capacity||17 Stone 12lbs (108.7k.g.)|
|Maximum Speed||3.6 mph|
|Ground Clearance||4.4 cm (1.73″)|
|Overall Length||101.6cm (23.5″)|
|Overall Width||59.7cm (23.5″)|
|Turning Radius||61.6cm (24.25″)|
|Standard Controls||50 amp VSI|
|Heaviest Piece (when disassembled)||24 kg|
|Total Weight (without batteries)||24 kg|
|Battery Requirements||18.2 Ah Lithium-Ion battery|
|Seating||Saddle Back Seat|
|Tyres||Pneumatic rear tyres and solid front castors|
|Note||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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