The Jazzy® 1450 offers heavy-duty construction and performance components including upgraded motors, a reinforced frame, 90-amp PG VR2 controller and speeds up to 4.5 mph.
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.
- 600 lbs. weight capacity
- Maximum speed up to 4.5 mph
- Maximum performance, extremely efficient motor package
- Seat dimensions up to 32" by 28"
|Weight Capacity||600 lbs.|
|Maximum Speed3||Up to 4.5 mph|
|Front Wheels||4" solid anti-tips|
|Drive Wheels||14" solid|
|Rear Wheels||9" casters|
|Drivetrain||Two-motor, front-wheel drive|
|Braking System||Regenerative and electro-mechanical|
|Suspension Type||Swing Arm|
|High-Back Seat (max. size)||32"W x 28"D|
|High-Back Seat-to-Floor Range||20.5" - 22.5"|
|Synergy® Seating||32"W x 28"D|
|Synergy® Seat-to-Floor Range||17.25" - 19.25"|
|Standard Electronics||90A, PG VR2|
|Battery Size (2 required)||12 volt, Group 24|
|Standard Battery Charger||8A, off-board|
|Per-Charge Range3,6||Up to 15.7 miles|
|Battery Weight5||52 lbs. each|
|Weight of Heaviest Piece4||195 lbs.|
|Standard Seat Weight||52 lbs. (high-back)|
|Standard Seat Size||24" x 24"|
1 Due to manufacturing tolerances and continual product improvement, this specification can be subject to a variance of + or - 3 %. Dimensions listed are for power base only. Overall measurements will vary based on seating and accessory selections.
2 Without front riggings.
3 Varies with user weight, terrain, battery type, battery condition and tire pressure.
4 Does not include seat or battery weights.
5 Battery weight may vary based on manufacturer.
6 Tested in accordance with ANSI/RESNA, WC Vol. 2, Section 4 and ISO 7176-4 standards. Results derived from theoretical calculations based on battery specifications and drive system performance. Testing conducted at maximum weight capacities. This specification can be subject to a variance of +10%, -5%.