Puma 10

Robust Mid-wheel Drive Powerchair

The SHOPRIDER™ Puma 10 electric powerchair has been ergonomically engineered to provide the robust combination of style and comfort that you deserve. The Puma 10 has the flexibility of a multi adjustable 460mm Captains Seat i.e. Seat Cushion Height, Seat Cushion Angle, Backrest Angle & Forward or Aft Adjustment on Seat Base. When combined with the powerful smooth motors and mid wheel manoeuvrability this electric powerchair will not disappoint. The wheelchair's smooth operation is further enhanced by the easy steer & operate joystick controller, 260mm (10inch) puncture proof tyres and front and rear elastometers.

The Puma 10 is suited to operation on a variety of terrains and hard surfaces, both inside and outside. The 36amp batteries fitted also ensure it can travel long distances between charges.

Model: Puma 10

Dimensions  
Length 960mm
Width 600mm
Motor  
Motor Size 2 x 0.8hp (600 Watts ea)
Range  
Max Speed 8kph
Weights  
Safe Working Load 136kg on flat ground

Accessories include: Rear Basket, Backrest Carry Bag, Cane Holder, O2 Bottle Holder.

Shoprider Australia located in Perth, Western Australia is the importer and wholesaler for the SHOPRIDER BRAND of scooters, electric bikes and electric wheelchairs.

SHOPRIDER has many firsts in the world including,

• The first manufacturer in the world to produce a four-wheel mobility scooter.

• The first scooter manufacturer with a direct drive transaxle, for safer, quieter mobility power chairs.

SHOPRIDER products are certified and produced in accordance with ISO9001 and are also approved by the F.D.A in the United States, CE in Europe and the TGA in Australia.

 

Xtra Care Equipment have been a dealer for Shoprider Scooters for many years and have found this brand to be most reliable. Shoprider scooters are a joy to ride and there is one to suit your exact needs.

 

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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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