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Pride Mobility Quantum 1420 Full Tilt

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Model description Pride Mobility Quantum 1420 Full Tilt
The Pride Quantum 1420 Full Tilt features a high-torque motor; this allows for an increased 300 pound weight capacity with full power tilt seat. The Quantum 1420 uses Pride Mobility's patented mid-wheel drive system as well as Active-Trac and rear caster suspension to provide you with superb outdoor and indoor maneuverability. The Quantum 1420 Full Tilt has a maximum speed of 4.5 mph.
Turning radius 22.5"
Maximum speed 4.5 mph
Weight capacity 300.0 lbs
Length 45.5"
Width 26.75"
Ground clearance 4.5"
Drive wheels 16.0" pneumatic tires
Front casters 8.0" anti-tip wheels
Rear casters 9.0" pneumatic tires
Drive train Two motor mid-wheel drive
Suspension type Active-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 10.0" - 24.0"
Synergy seat depth range 10.0" - 24.0"
Synergy seating seat-to-floor height range 0.0" - 0.0"
TRU-Balance Yes
Power elevating seat Optional extra
Accepts specialty controls Yes
Standard electronics 70 amp, PG Remote Plus Controller
Battery type Group 24
Number of batteries 2
Battery range 25 miles
Standard battery charger Off-board, 8 amp
Battery weight (per battery) 52 lbs
Base unit weight 143 lbs
Seat weight 41 lbs
Total assembled weight 288 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 Standard equipment
Stock / Price None in stock
To order, call 800-899-0322, 540-721-3327, or use our contact form.

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