Jazzy 600 ES
Outstanding performance, excellent control
The Jazzy® 600 ES provides excellent performance and outstanding stability. Its compact design and standard Active-Trac® ATX Suspension allow it to excel indoors and out, making it a superb, all-around power chair choice.
|Battery Weight (each)||50 AH: 16.9 kg (37.2 lbs)|
|Weight Capacity||21 Stone 6lbs (136 kg)|
|Maximum Speed||4 mph (6km/h)|
|Ground Clearance||7 cm (2.75″)|
|Overall Length||90.2 cm (35.5″)|
|Overall Width||62.2 cm (24.5″)|
|Turning Radius||52.1 cm (20.5″)|
|Standard Controls||PG VR2 Control|
|Heaviest Piece (when disassembled)|
|Total Weight (without batteries)||56.1 kg (123.6 lbs)|
|Battery Requirements||Two 12-volt, deep cycle (standard) Size: 2x 50 AH|
|Seating||Comfort High Back Seat 16” W — Adjustable depth from 16” – 18” 18” W — Adjustable depth from 18” – 20” 20” W — Adjustable depth from 18” – 20”|
|Tyres||Castors: 15.24 cm (6”) solid rear and front Drive: 35.56 cm (14”)|
|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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