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12 Volt Battery for Electric Mobility Scooter – A14401

No Comments 26 October 2010

12 Volt Battery for Electric Mobility Scooter – A14401

Price: $ 63.88

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Electric Wheelchairs

No Comments 25 October 2010

Electric Wheelchairs

Electric Wheelchair Parts

Electric wheelchair safety is an important concern for hundreds of thousands people in America that rely on electric wheelchairs for mobility, according to the electric wheelchair statistics. Individuals who choose (power) electric wheelchairs should take special precautions to avoid personal injury or harm to others. It is important to stay on the bike paths and sidewalks when allowed. Although your electric wheelchair may be mobile, it can cause serious injury when improperly used. Electric wheelchair parts do not come cheap.

When referring to electric wheelchair power supply, follow the manufacturer’s instructions when charging the battery for your electric electric wheelchair. Remember do not allow your electric electric wheelchair battery to run down completely. This may cause your electric wheelchair some future problems, you can’t exactly jump start a wheelchair!

Some safety tips to remember for electric wheelchairs are checking  for important features such as mechanical brakes, emergency shut-off features, easily accessible breaking controls and proper front-wheel configurations. These can prevent you from making some big mistakes and unnecessary risks. So take the time to read your electric wheelchair safety manual.

Maintencne is required for electric wheelchairs and motorized scooters. Inspect  yourelectric wheelchairs daily for minor damage and weekly for major damage. Electric wheelchairs should be inspected by a professional at least once every three months, according to NIRE. Make this a habit and you will save yourself from disaster.

Electric wheelchair users should avoid tall grass, gravel, sand and other uneven surfaces. Such surfaces can get your electric wheelchair stuck or even cause damage to the motor. Electric wheelchairs should never be operated in wet grass, rain, snow or traffic. This can cause electrical problems inside the wheelchair that you cannot access. When operating an electric wheelchair be wary of bumps, holes, and cracks in the floor, road or sidewalk. Always use care when approaching an incline or decline ramp or other imbalanced surfaces.

Kathy Marshall is a Wheelchair Parts Specialist  at wheelchair-parts.org

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On electric power chairs are there any with an overall width of 23 inches or less ?

No Comments 22 October 2010

Question by Bernard T: On electric power chairs are there any with an overall width of 23 inches or less ?
Due too bathroom doors of 24 inches in width I need a Power Chair less than 23 inches in total width, the chair is for indoor use only. I am looking for examples of chairs that can be used.

Best answer:

Answer by Liz L
The problem here is that chairs, whether power or manual, should be chosen to fit the user, not the door. If the user is extremely slim, then you should have no difficulty in finding a power chair to fit.

If the user is permanently in a chair, it should be chosen in conjunction with either a Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist, not just because it feels comfortable or fits through a particular door.

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Lastest Electric Power Chairs News

No Comments 18 October 2010

Supertyphoon Juan devastates Northern Luzon
HAVING developed into a supertyphoon just before smacking into Isabela, Typhoon Juan (international name Megi) forced provincial officials on Monday to declare a state of calamity within three hours of landfall when it toppled power lines and trees, flooded large areas including farms, destroyed mobile phone repeaters, and blocked roads with landslides cutting off towns and cities from each other.
Read more on Business Mirror

2010 Town Council Candidates at Large: Baute – looks to cure energy ills
10/16/10 – Retired surgeon Peter Baute, former medical director of the Block Island Health Center and head of Oncology at Kent Hospital, is running as an independent for his third term on the Tow…
Read more on The Block Island Times

Energy policy impasse looms in Congress
WASHINGTON For many guardians of the planet, the record 113-degree heat that cooked the Los Angeles area recently could be yet another consequence of global warming.
Read more on The Appleton Post-Crescent

U.S. energy policy may hinge on 2010 elections
Efforts to adopt an energy policy that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and U.S. dependence on foreign oil have hit a wall in Congress. A continued stalemate is likely if Republicans win control of either chamber in the Nov. 2 elections.
Read more on Green Bay Press-Gazette

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Pride Jet 2 Power Electric Wheelchair Reviews

No Comments 08 October 2010

Pride Jet 2 Power Electric Wheelchair

  • Weight capacity of 300 lbs or 350 lbs
  • Great stability, smooth handling, high-back or medium back seat choices
  • Multiple accessory options to customize the perfect electric wheelchair
  • Includes a 20″ wide x 18″ deep seat standard

The Pride Jet 2 and Jet 2 Heavy Duty Power Wheelchairs are full-size power wheelchairs designed to meet the needs of most users, with a weight capacity of 300 lbs or 350 lbs. These electric wheel chairs have multiple footrests options, great stability, smooth handling, high-back or medium back seat choices, gel batteries, and multiple accessory options so that you can customize the perfect electric wheelchair to meet your needs. The Jet 2 Heavy Duty power chair includes a 20″ wide x 18″ deep sea

Price: $ 900.00

Electric Wheelchair Lap Tray

Price: $ 153.77

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