The all new Medicare-reimbursable Jazzy® EVO 613 series is here! The Jazzy® EVO 613 series provides the freedom to navigate small spaces and tight corners indoors with a narrow base width of only 22”. The Jazzy® EVO 613Li uses a lithium-ion battery that provides longer life and more convenient charging.
FDA Class II Medical Device*
The Jazzy® EVO 613 and Jazzy® EVO 613Li measure in at an impressive 22 inches wide at the base and offer a 22-inch turning radius. Not only is it one of the most powerful power wheelchairs on the market, but it’s also one of the narrowest and most maneuverable.
The Jazzy EVO 613 series gives you all the best that Pride has to offer with patented Active-Trac® Suspension and exclusive Mid-Wheel 6® Technology that provide you with a smoother, stable ride.
And it does all that while pushing the limits of mileage and speed capabilities. A single charge can carry you up to 21 miles with the lithium battery, and top speeds up to 5.1 mph.
The Jazzy EVO 613 series of power wheelchairs with lithium batteries represent a philosophy we share here at Pride Mobility®. If you’re not constantly improving, ever innovating, and pushing boundaries, you might as well fall behind.
The Jazzy EVO 613 stands on the shoulders of the industry-defining designs of its forebearers. Powerful lithium batteries last longer, charge faster and weigh less. The Jazzy EVO 613 has a futuristic design, with edgy lines and sharp colorways, giving you extra confidence.
It’s not just a mobility device – the Jazzy EVO 613 power wheelchair becomes a personal statement. Like us at Pride, you also believe that the pursuit of progress is a way of life.
Adjust your seat depth, swivel, recline and set the armrests to the ideal position. Choose from three available seat sizes in 16-inch, 18-inch, and 20-inch widths with memory foam.
Medicare may pay for your Jazzy EVO 613 or Jazzy EVO 613Li. Find out if you qualify by getting started with our reimbursement guide.
*Pride® FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments