Enigma Energi+ Powered Wheelchair
Enigma Energi+ Powered Wheelchair
  • Alloy wheels
  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • 8 balloon castors - available in Blue, Black and Red
  • 12 pneumatic rear tyres
  • Back seat storage pocket
  • Half-fold back with steel back posts for additional strength
  • Welded front castors with pre-installed Kerb Climber bracketry
  • A top speed of 4mph on a full battery charge
  • A tension and height adjustable, removable, deep comfort backrest
  • Built-in storage bag for the battery charge
  • Height and width adjustable, removable deep comfort arm pads
  • A maximum range of 15 miles on a full battery charge
  • Tried and tested industry standard electronics
  • Available in Metallic Blue finish
  • Anti-tip wheels
  • Double Cross Brace for responsive maneuverability
  • Detachable batteries for easy storage with easy carry straps
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Overall Length
Length without Footrest
Width
Height
Seat Height
Seat Width
Weight
Heaviest Component
Weight Carrying Capacity
Range
Width when Folded
Underside Bars
118cm / 46.5"
76cm / 30"
61cm / 24"
94cm / 37"
48cm / 19"
45cm / 18" or 40cm / 16"
56kg / 8st 11lbs
25kg / 55lbs
136kg / 21st
24km / 15 miles
38cm / 15"
20" across x 18" deep
             
 
Optional Extras
Attendant controlled only - Purchase the attendant controlled bracket to make this chair carer-controlled only i.e. Hand control placed at back of powerchair
Rear Dual Controls - This option allows a 2nd control set to be placed at the rear of the wheelchair whilst keeping the original handset in place on the armrest. One handset can be shut off while the other joystick is in control.
Kerb Climber - Optional aid used to help mount kerbs of standard height. This does not have to be bought with the chair, it can be purchased at a later date.
Elevating Legrests - Left and right legrests are available, mainly used for people with broken legs or amputees to keep the leg at a horizontal angle.

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