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EXTREME MOTUS LLC

All-Terrain Wheelchair with Tracks – Action Trackchair

At A Glance

Charging time: 12amp charger 12-14 hours.
20 amp charger ($133.00 upgrade) 8-10 hours.

Power source: 2 – 12V Batteries

Manufactured: USA

Weight: 400+ lb.

Speed: 3 MPH

Cost: $12,000 – $17,000

Contact information: (507) 532-5940

1105 LAKE RD. MARSHALL, MN 56258

www.actiontrackchair.com
INFO@ACTIONTRACKCHAIR.COM
Action Trackchair

The Action Trackchair is a battery-powered, tracked “wheelchair.” Its rugged, off-road,tank-like appearance allows people to easily visualize it when they hear the phrase “tracked wheelchair.” However, Action Trackchair isn’t the only manufacturer of all-terrain wheelchairs with tracks. Companies like TracFab and Track Master compete with their own tracked chairs.

Action Trackchair was launched in 2008 when Tim Swenson decided to build an off-road wheelchair for his paraplegic son. Over 10 years later, the company has five different models on the market, and each one can be customized with a slew of different accessories.

In the world of tracked mobility devices Action Trackchair looks to be the most mature company with a good dealer network and sales representatives nationwide.

There are many different accessories for the Action Trackchair, they come at a price, but some will be hard to live without. There are practical items such as upgraded battery chargers $133, utility racks $167, and 4 point harnesses $167.And creature comforts like the cup holder $67,contoured seating upgrade $130, even an umbrella holder $67. These are just a few of what seem like an endless amount of options to improve and customize the Action Trackchair.

Certain all-terrain wheelchairs with tracks give the buyer an option of track style. Type II tracks are less aggressive and provide a better ride on hard surfaces. If you plan to use your Action Trackchair around the city or for pushing snow off your driveway type II tracks are a good choice.

Type I tracks are designed to perform better off-road in terrain like snow and mud. They have the look of an off-road knobby tire. The trade-off is that these more aggressive tracks give a bouncy ride on hard surfaces.

Pros and Cons of the Action Trackchair

Action Trackchair

Pros:

Independence – Gives a wheelchair user independence to drive off-road.

Customize – Many options allow the user to customize their ride to fit the activities they want to do.

Standing – Some models allow the user to be in a standing position. I was at an activity recently where a man used a standing model and said, “This is the first time I’ve been able to stand in 5 years.” It was a very special moment.

Cons:

Heavy – Depending on the model the Action Trackchair can weigh between 400 – 490 pounds.

Expensive – Depending on the model price varies from $11,785 – $18,335

Ground Clearance – Choose your trail carefully because you only have 3” of ground clearance.

Who it’s for:

  • People with a disability that allows them to use their hands to operate the controls.
  • People who have a truck or trailer to transport it to the location they want to explore.
  • People who love outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, and hiking will be able to get the most out of an investment such as the Action Trackchair.

The Competition

  • TracFab
  • TrackFab also manufactures tracked wheelchairs. They have a gas-powered version to help with range anxiety.
  • Overland 4ZS
  • TerrianHopper manufactures an electric wheelchair that looks similar to an ATV.

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