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Jazzy 610 Power Wheelchair

Jazzy 610 Power Wheelchair
Jazzy 610 Power Wheelchair shown Viper Blue w/Beige Vinyl Medium-Back Seat


 
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Jazzy 610 Power Wheelchair
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Product Code: JAZZY_610

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Joystick Mount


Arms


Battery Charger


Front Rigging


Drive Wheels


Batteries


Accessories

Rear Basket [Add $77.00]

Cane/Crutch Holder [Add $73.00]

Oxygen Holder [Add $77.00]

Walker Holder [Add $69.00]

Flag Holder [Add $15.00]

Dust Cover (Gray) [Add $144.00]
Seat Belt


Cup Holder


Power Elevating Seat



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Jazzy 610

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The Jazzy 610 Wheelchair is the ultimate choice for users who demand maximum stability, tight maneuverability and true all-around performance.

Pride's Mid-Wheel 6 incorporates ATX Suspension for extra wheelchair stability with independent active front OMNI-Casters (nylon spherical shaped caseters) that raise and lower as needed to compensate instantly for changes in the terrain. They prevent hang-ups and allow for stable transitions from one surface to the next regardless of the angle of approach.

Mid-Wheel 6 provides superb all-aroung performance with the added benefit of 6-wheel stability. Whether transitioning curbs, climbing rough terrain or reverse handling, the Jazzy 610's Mid-Wheel 6 consistently excels.

Product Features


  • Compact design allows for tight turning radius (21.25")
  • OMNI-Casters on front and rear to prevent wheel hang-ups
  • Side-mounted, easily accessible freewheel levers
  • Active-Trac ATX Suspension incorporates front OMNI-Casters for enhanced performance over more varied terrains
  • 50 amp, PG VSI Controller



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