OEM/ODM Manufacturer Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) Wholesale to Senegal

OEM/ODM Manufacturer Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) Wholesale to Senegal

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OEM/ODM Manufacturer Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) Wholesale to Senegal Detail:

Motor Brushless motor  300W×2pcs electromagnetic brank
Battery 12V 12AH×2pcs
Controller  Brush controller
Driving range   15km(decided by the weight and road condition)
Max speed  6km/h
Max load 100kgs
Tires (rear) 16 inch;Tires(front):10 inch
Overall width 65cm,seat width:45cm
Seat depth 45cm: Overall height:94cm
Color  silver
Carton size 820*375*745mm

 


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