Victory 9 4-Wheel Scooter (Model Sc709)
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The Victory 9 4-Wheel Scooter, model SC709, is a scooter designed for indoor or outdoor use by individuals with lower extremity or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxW): 45.5 x 22.5 inches. The turning radius is 51.5 inches and the ground clearance is 2.25 inches. The scooter disassembles for transport. Body colors are candy apple red or viper blue. A basket and LED light mounted on the front of the tiller are standard. The top of the tiller has wraparound handles for steering. OPTIONS: Cup holder; rear view mirror; saddle bag; lap belt (50, 60 or 70 inches long); safety flag; oxygen tank holder; walker, cane or crutch holder; rear basket. RWD: Rear wheel drive with a sealed transaxle drive train with a 24-volt direct current (DC) motor. SEAT (DxW): 17 x 18 inches sliding foldable molded plastic seat with foam inserts. Alternative seat dimensions with widths or depths of 16, 18, 20 or 22 inches. The back height is 14.5 inches; higher backs are available. UPHOLSTERY: Gray, beige or black vinyl; or gray or brown fabric. BRAKES: Dual braking system with electronic, regenerative disc brakes. WHEELS: 2.5 x 9 inch front and rear solid tires. All tires feature a non-scuffing surface. POWER: Uses two deep cycle 12-volt AGM or gel cell batteries, size U1 (included). The scooter includes an on-board battery charger. SPEEDS: 5.25 miles per hour. The scooter has a range of 13 miles on a single charge. CAPACITY: 300 pounds. WEIGHT: 180 pounds with batteries and 131 pounds without batteries. When disassembled, the heaviest piece is 45 pounds. WARRANTY: Three year limited warranty on the structural frame; one year warranty on bearings, bushings, electronic assemblies and rubber and plastic components.
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