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Electric Wheelchair Attachment


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Introducing the lightweight electric wheelchair attachment. This unique model attaches to any average wheelchair, allowing you to easily remove it and stow it away. Don’t be fooled, because it can go up to 20mph! (although we don’t recommend it). GutesRad (the good wheel) is motorizing the nation, regain your freedom and enjoy the world!

For detailed information, please visit: Gutesrad.org

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GutesRad (the Good Wheel)

Motorize your average wheelchair with this uniquely designed electric handcycle. Simply attach this powerful electric attachment to your wheelchair and go go go up to 20mph! No more tired arms! The lightweight aluminum frame allows you to stow it away and bring back your freedom to go anywhere you want to go!


  • In-Wheel Motor running on 36v 350w
  • Powerful 36v Thundery Type Battery
  • Intelligent controller with a LCD display
  • Speeds up to 20mph
  • Speed levels include Reverse
  • Dual disc brakes and hand brake
  • Half-twist throttle
  • Horn and bright LED light
  • LED battery indicator and key lock
  • Safety switch to disable the handcycle
  • Aluminum frame and helpful kickstand
  • Charger – AC100v-240v, 2amps smart charger
  • Adjustable for your comfort
  • EASY detailed instructions and technical support

**** SHIPS: 5-10 business days. As of right now, there is no express shipping.

*** GutenMarkt, Inc will not be held responsible for any damages or harm caused for use of product. Please practice safety at all times, as we do not recommend going the max speed. Must be 18 years or older to purchase.

** Any damages that may occur during the shipping process must be reported within 24 hours or receiving the product.

* No returns or exchanges. If granted, all returns are subject to an 18% restocking fee and shipping is non-refundable, as it is also paid by the purchaser.

(wheelchair not included)

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