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Pride Jazzy 1450 | FDA Class II medical device*


Description
Pride Jazzy 1450
The Jazzy 1450 offers heavy-duty construction and performance components. This bariatric power chair features a 600 lb. weight capacity, front-wheel drive for superb indoor maneuverability in the tightest of spaces and large front drive wheels for extra absorption over obstacles. The Jazzy 1450 combines superb climbing capabilities with front anti-tips for transitioning over grade changes and handling various terrains easily.
  • Depth-adjustable, limited-recline, fold-flat, high-back seat
  • Flat-free drive tires
  • Universal, fixed, in-line joystick mount
  • Large 17" x 13" foot platform
  • 600 lbs. weight capacity
  • Up to 4.5 mph maximum speed

 

Specs
  • Weight Capacity600 lb
  • Overall Length38.25"
  • Overall Width29.25"
  • Range12.14 mi
  • Top Speed4 mph
  • Turning Radius26.5"
  • Ground Clearance1.5"
  • Weight, Total336 lb
  • Weight, Base195 lb
  • Weight, Seat37 lb
  • Weight, Batteries104 lb
  • Minimum Seat Height18"
  • Maximum Seat Height24"
  • Drive Wheels14" Solid
  • Caster Wheels9" Casters
  • Controller Type90A, PG VR2
  • Charger Type8A, off-coard
  • Battery Type12 volt, Group 24
*Pride® FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments
Product Reviews
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Poor Ride
Jun 30, 2019 3:44 PM
A Little About Myself
Large Disabled Viet Nam Vet of almost 70 yrs old
Pros
I get about 3 miles to a charge. I guess that's about as good as this one gets.
Cons
Where to start? It will not run in a straight line no matter what you do. I run through back wheels about every 85 days. It jerks the rider as you change directions. You can not go forward then backup in a straight line. The steering is so bad that it jerked sideways, it caused a little kitten to be crushed, and it died.
I had a Jazzy 1450 in the past and I loved it. Somehow all the new redesigns have turned this into a pile of junk. I think before the experts, who I bet never had to live in a wheelchair or are less than 200 lbs, make changes to a chair, they need to talk to someone over 450lbs that does live in one. Even the seat is hard as a board.
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GARBAGE
Aug 15, 2016 7:16 PM
A Little About Myself
angry
Pros
its shiny
Cons
just about everything design wise
This chair is such a disappointment. It has so many flaws I don't know where to begin.I guess i'll start with lack of comfort and work from there.I dont think the designers ever met anyone who uses a mobile chair before they made this thing. The herky jerky movement ,the poor turning radius, heck it won't even go in a straight line.Big thumbs down, and i had the 1650 before this one, and it was wonderful,comfortable, smooth and reliable and this is the exact oppisite, quite a slide in quality, and now i'm stuck wth this garbage till ins says time for a new one, hope this model discontinued by then. P.S. i had to rate 1 star because that was as low as it would let me but zero would be my true rating. get it together jazzy
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Jan 26, 2021