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Power Wheelchair General Specifications

Pride Mobility Quantum Blast 850

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Model description Pride Mobility Quantum Blast 850
The Pride Quantum Blast 850 features a unique rear-wheel drive base, which delivers superb outdoor maneuverability with great indoor handling as well. The fastest of the Pride Mobility chairs, the Quantum Blast 850 has a top speed of 8.5 mph. The Quantum Blast 850 features 14" drive wheels with 9" front casters and 6" rear anti-tip wheels.
Turning radius 33.0"
Maximum speed 8.5 mph
Weight capacity 300.0 lbs
Length 33.0"
Width 25.5"
Ground clearance 3.75"
Drive wheels 14.0" pneumatic tires
Front casters 9.0" solid tires
Rear casters 6.0" anti-tip solid tires
Drive train Two motor rear-wheel drive
Suspension type Sport-Trac
Contoured seating available Yes
Contoured seat width 0.0"
Contoured seat depth 0.0"
Contoured seating seat-to-floor height range 0.0" - 0.0"
Synergy seating available Yes
Synergy seat width range 20.0" - 20.0"
Synergy seat depth range 20.0" - 20.0"
Synergy seating seat-to-floor height range 0.0" - 0.0"
TRU-Balance No
Power elevating seat No
Accepts specialty controls No
Standard electronics 100 amp PG Remote Plus Controller
Battery type Group 24
Number of batteries 2
Battery range 25 miles
Standard battery charger On-board
Battery weight (per battery) 52 lbs
Base unit weight 148 lbs
Seat weight 37 lbs
Total assembled weight 289 lbs
Usage rating indoor & outdoor heavy duty
Fits in trunk of large car No
Hotrod-like styling/performance Yes
Rehab-capable Yes
Power tilt rehab seat No
Stock / Price None in stock
To order, call 800-899-0322, 540-650-3735, or use our contact form.

"Here is [a photo of] Carole zipping along in her new Jazzy electric wheelchair. The chair arrived by truck Friday afternoon and was all charged up and ran right out of the box. Now she can go anywhere here at the University since everything is wheelchair accessible."
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