The all-new go chair is re-engineered from the ground up, offering a sleek, bold new style with the proven quality of Pride Mobility products.
Enhanced performance and comfort, along with 5 piece disassembly, allows you to enjoy light-weight travel and independence on the go. With an increased weight capacity of 136 kg (21 stone 6 lbs) and a sleek, bold look, the new Go-Chair makes travel easy.
The new release, Go Chair NG (new generation) is a very compact, lightweight, highly portable powerchair that easily pulls apart to fit into any boot. Easily disassembles into 5 parts - total weight without battery pack is 43.6kgs with the heaviest section just 16.3kg.
They feature a larger detachable battery pack with independent charging, mid-back seat with flip-up arms, 40amp PG GC controller, rear wheel drive with solid 8” tyres and a tight turning radius of 645mm (25.4”). Suitable for users up to 136kg primarily on flat indoor surfaces. Top speed 6km/h and range of up to 14km.
Note: All specifications subject to change without notice.
|Speed reduction when turning?||Y programmed|
|Hi/lo speed switch?||N|
|Variable speed control||Y|
|Battery Size||2 x 18Ah SLA or Gel|
|Drive tyre||200mm (8") solid|
|Castor - front||150mm (6") solid|
|Castor - rear||75mm (3") solid|
|Total weight (incl batteries)||57.66kg|
|Heaviest piece when disassembled||16.3kg|
|Colours||Ruby Red or Pearl White|
|Seat type||Mid-back, fabric & vinyl, folding, removable with swivel|
|Braking System||Regenerative & electromechanical|
|Battery charger||2 Amp Off board|
|Controller||40Ah PG GC 3|
The information contained herein is correct at the time of publication; due to the manufacturer's commitment to constant improvement and development, they reserve the right to alter specifications without prior notice.
Applicable to scooters and powerchairs: theoretical range is calculated under test conditions in accordance with European standards. Actual range in normal use will depend on many factors, including the condition of the vehicle and its batteries, the weight of the driver, correct tyre pressures, ambient temperature and the gradient and surface of the road or pavement.