2 Years’ Warranty for Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) for Puerto Rico Importers
2 Years’ Warranty for Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) for Puerto Rico Importers Detail:
|Motor||Brushless motor 300W×2pcs electromagnetic brank|
|Driving range||15km(decided by the weight and road condition)|
|Tires (rear)||16 inch;Tires(front):10 inch|
|Overall width||65cm,seat width:45cm|
|Seat depth||45cm: Overall height:94cm|
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