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Atec Ingenieurburo Ag Swiss Trac
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Power add on for manual wheelchairs.
• Attaches to the chair by means of a tow bar.
• Distance of up to over 30 km on level surface.
• Velocity max. 6 km/h.
• Maintenance free batteries, 40 Ah/24 volt.
• Max. incline performance 20%.
• Max. load 130 Kg (Driver with wheelchair and luggage).
• Weight of machine 65 kg.
 End UserCaregiverClinician
# Reviews100
Durability?9.0000
Ease of use?10.0000
Meet expectations?10.0000
Overall Rating:5.000.000.00
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C÷lestin from Switzerland submitted this review on December 2nd 2002 at 02:54 AM. C÷lestin is an end user who has over a year of experience with the product.
Strengths:To my knowledge and experience, the Swiss -Trac is the best,
> strongest and most reliable type of wheelchair traction equipment on the market. The Trac is an ever faithful "companion" when travelling by car,
train or plane. The paraplegics, and also the more physically able tetraplegics, find this machine particularly easy to use.
Weaknesses:What limits the Trac's efficiency are the batteries. My weight
(90kg!) coupled with one single charge of the batteries achieve a maximum climb of 8oo metres. When going along in snow or muddy conditions , I would much appreciate having had a differential lock on the Trac.
Comments:I am a tetraplegic and Trac-driver. With the Swiss-Trac model I
have covered a distance of 2o,oookm. The Swiss-Trac offers me as much freedom of mobility as is at all possible, which enormously improves the quality of my second life since the Swiss-Trac was "born".
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Durability?This reviewer rated this product a 4 in durabilityEase of use?This reviewer rated this product a 5 in ease of use
Meet expectations?This reviewer rated this product a 5 in Meet expectationsOverall Rating:This reviewer rated this product a 5 Overall
 
John from Nottwil, Switzerland submitted this review on December 1st 2002 at 12:57 PM. John is an end user who has over a year of experience with the product.
Strengths:Independent ease of use, reliability, up to 30km between charges, ease of transport, fits both rigid frame and folding wheelchairs, almost all models.
Weaknesses:I wish the maximum speed could be increased.
Comments:Certainly worth trying out a Swiss Trac. It gives me great independence and freedom, it can pull me over very rough terrain, through several inches of snow, or over some very high kerbs, needs little maintenance.
Durability?This reviewer rated this product a 5 in durabilityEase of use?This reviewer rated this product a 5 in ease of use
Meet expectations?This reviewer rated this product a 5 in Meet expectationsOverall Rating:This reviewer rated this product a 5 Overall
 
   
 

 



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