The MX-PRO offers more comfort and seating flexibility over our popular MX-2, thanks to its unique recliner design. Further improvements have been made with a state of the art HD display Joystick unit which boasts a torch function to light the path ahead, USB socket for charging phones/devices with the chairs power, and a discreet mute function to turn off reverse beep sound. All while retaining the impressive 150KG user weight capacity.
The MX-PRO has a wide array of features that makes life so much easier for our users. One touch manual easy fold design. Reclining seat function for greater comfort (cinema, theater, longer commutes, beaches, parks etc).
Mute function for reverse beeping (turn on / off reverse beep for discreet use). Impressive user weight capacity of 23 stone (150 kg). 2 Lithium Batteries- 24V 12Ah included (maximum size allowable on flights).
Indoor and outdoor use compatible (shopping, coffee shops, dog walking, school runs etc). Maximum range of 40km, 20km per battery. Upgraded Powerful Twin DC24V 250W motors.Easy use HD display Joystick with 5 speeds, 1 reverse, battery indicator, torch, USB port, horn, reverse beep mute (can be moved from right to left on request). Flip-up arm-rests for easy access. Bluetooth control to remotely control the chair, idea for carers etc. Puncture proof high grip tyres. 2 storage compartments, under seat zipped bag and back seat velcro pocket.
2 Battery storage cage allowing you to store a second battery in the chair. Electric and manual modes (Manual mode makes it easy for use with carers). Fully built Wheelchair, no user assembly required. 2 Batteries- 24V 12Ah Lithium (maximum size allowable on flights).
Wheelchair Unfolded- 80cm Length, 62cm Width, 98cm Height. 36cm Length, 62cm Width, 75cm Height.
Seat - Width (arm to arm) 45cm, Depth 45cm, Height 50cm. Battery weight - 1.8kg each.
Full stock of all spare parts in our UK warehouse. Family run UK Limited company. All of our products offer VAT relief. You will be eligible for VAT relief if you are disabled or have a long-term illness.
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