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    By far the lightest and most high-tech wheelchair ever made. Panthera X is completely new construction with chassis and back rest frame made of carbon fibre The carbon fibres fantastic lightness and strength makes Panthera X by far the lightest wheelchair in the world, with a transport weight of an incredible 4.6Ibs (2.1 kg). With new state of the art technology to place the fibres in the right direction we have increased the strength even more. The lightness and stiffness of the chassis makes Panthera X fantastic to drive and to lift into, e.g. a car. Panthera X has a built-in rear axle, just like Panthera U2 light, To balance the chair you choose one of the 4 positions of the attachment for the backrest. The angle of the backrest is adjustable and the backrest height can be selected between 8.6” (22cm) and 13.75” (35cm) in increments of 0.4” (1 cm). The footrest is adjustable in height. Warranty The service life of the Panthera X depends on how much wear it is subjected to and how careful you are with maintenance. Important! Carbon Fibre is a very strong material but sensitive to impact and hard shocks. As an example, a fall backwards in the wheelchair against a hard surface can cause damage to the back frame. Damages caused by external force are not covered by warranty. External accessories such as hand bike, and fixed backrest with installations performed with clamping hardware around the chassis tube or modifications to the chassis are not permitted. Guarantee: We offer a five-year factory guarantee on the chassis. For other parts there is a guarantee of 12months. Maximum user weight: 220Ibs (100Kgs) Learn More

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