- Best 360 degree in-home scooter
- Lightweight so no lift needed
- Increased battery range
- Larger foot platform
- Tubular design disassembles into 4 lightweight pieces
- Unique under-seat storage basket comes standard.
- Turning Radius 72.4cm
- Top Speed: 6 kph
- Drive Range: 24 kph
- Heaviest Piece: 16.8kg
- Weight capacity: 136kg
- Weight: 56kg
Overview the IGO Literider PTC electric wheelchair Mobility Scooter
Mobility scooters are excited to introduce the next generation of the popular IGO LiteRider PTC powerchairs. Re-designed for performance, the IGO LiteRider PTC electric wheelchair is rated to travel a generous 25 kph per charge. The IGO LiteRider PTC’s compact size and small footprint are convenient and easy to handle, making it a great choice for maneuvering anywhere space is tight.
What Makes This Different
The IGO LiteRider PTC is the only power chair of this quality available for such a low price! None of its competitors have the same weight capacity and a 25 KPH per charge battery range. The PTC quickly disassembles into four easy to manage pieces – the heaviest piece only weighs 16.8kg.! The fact that it disassembles means you don’t have to spend more money on a vehicle lift.
Why We Like It
A larger foot platform makes seating more comfortable, especially for taller riders. We love the handy basket under the seat for small bags and personal belongings, and the easy to remove battery pack complete with 22 AH batteries for long life and carefree driving.
What You Need to Know When Ordering
This chair will need some simple assembly upon arrival. You will need to connect the batteries, mount the joystick controller, place the seat on the seat post and install the armrests. Few basic tools are necessary for assembling the IGO LiteRider PTC electric wheelchair. Although the IGO LiteRider PTC is easy to assemble and disassemble, it will arrive in a single heavy box.
For users who require extra assistance in unpacking and setting up their PTC, a White Glove Delivery Service is available in DBN, CPT, JHB, and PTA. With this option, your PTC is brought into your home by appointment, set up, and all packaging material is removed.
Warranty Information for the IGO Literider PTC electric wheelchair
Limited Lifetime Warranty
MobiltyScooters has provided information throughout the owner’s manual in regards to proper usage and care of your scooter.
Failure to adhere to this information will void the warranty of the scooter, its parts and the batteries supplied by MobilityScooters
The following warranty is granted only to the INITIAL Consumer who has purchased our product and commences on the Date of Purchase by the Consumer from an Authorised Provider.
Lifetime Limited Warranty
For the life of the scooter, from the date of purchase, in the event of defective materials or workmanship, we will repair or replace at our option any of the following structural frame components found to be defective by an representative: Steel Frame, Frame Welds, Tiller Frame, Front Fork, Seat Post.
For the period of two years from the date of purchase, in the event of defective materials or workmanship, we will repair or replace at our option with any new or reconditioned components any of the following drive train components found to be defective by an authorised representative: Transaxle, Motor/Brake Assembly (electrical function only).
Note: An increase in operating noise of the transaxle DOES NOT constitute a defect. With normal wear and tear, operating noise is expected to increase.
For the period of two years from the date of purchase, in the event of defective materials or workmanship, we will repair or replace at our option any of the following electronic assemblies found to be defective by an authorised representative: Electronic Controller, Battery Charger, Dash Assembly, Potentiometer Assembly, Wire Harness(es).
Note: While charging batteries, it is normal for the battery charger to heat up. Heat coming from the battery charger does not constitute a defect.
Batteries/bearings and other consumable working parts are covered by a 6 month warranty. A battery is defective if it offers no power at all. Reduction in battery power during its lifetime is a normal.
Correct battery charging:
The charging system of the battery pack must be periodically checked to ensure that it doesn’t overcharge the battery, which can result in rejection of the warranty claim. Leaving the battery pack on charge for longer than 12 hours could result in over charging.
Active management of an unused battery pack:
Once purchased, the customer should be aware that the formation and build up of lead sulphate crystals will occur in a battery that is left standing over a long time period. This will result in battery failure due to resistance in electron movement. As this is natural degeneration and not due to poor battery manufacture, a warranty claim cannot be accepted in this instance. The good news is that it is possible to guard against lead sulphate build up through periodic battery charging. Probe recommends charging unused batteries once a month.
The existing warranty period applies to the replacement battery:
Many customers struggle to understand this concept, but it is important to note that the second, replacement battery that may be provided to the customer will only have a warranty period that remains from the first battery’s warranty period. For example, should the first battery be replaced at 3 months within a 6-month warranty period, the second, replacement battery will only have a warranty period for the three remaining months of the original warranty period.
For the period of one year from the date of purchase, in the event of defective materials or workmanship, we will collect and redeliver at our cost.
After the first year warranty, the respective parts are covered by warranty, however, the initial purchaser must deliver and collect from our workshops (any in South Africa)