Lithium Battery Advantage

Note: Please see 49 CFR 175.10(a)(17) for any additional requirements and conditions that might apply.

Power Chairs Battery Size Total Watt Warranty
Jazzy® Passport*
(Travel Battery)
25.2 V 10.4 Ah 262Wh 13-month limited
Jazzy® Passport** 25.2 V 18.2 Ah 458Wh 13-month limited
Jazzy® EVO 613 Li** 25.6 V 32.4 Ah 829Wh 3-year limited
Jazzy® Carbon* 24 V 12Ah 288Wh 1-year limited
Scooter/Travel Battery Size Total Watt Warranty
i-Go™ 25.2 V 9.6 Ah 242 Wh 1-year
iRide® 2* 37 V 5.2 Ah 192Wh 1-year limited
Go Go® Endurance Li 8Ah* 25.6 V 8 Ah 204Wh 2-year limited
Go Go® Endurance Li 16Ah Maxx** 25.6 V 16 Ah 409Wh 2-year limited
BAJA® Bandit** 38.4 V 20Ah or 38.4 V 40Ah 768Wh or 1536Wh 3-year limited
Pursuit 2** 25.6 V 50Ah 1280Wh 3-year limited

*Note: Transport of this item on commercial aircraft is subject to federal regulations and airline policy. Please consult your airline prior to your flight to ensure your mobility device and its lithium-ion batteries are permitted.

**Batteries are not airline-compliant

Lithium batteries, ready to travel.

Thinking about traveling in the future but worry that you can’t bring your power chair or mobility scooter battery on the flight? We have the perfect solution for you! Get a lithium battery for your GoGo® Endurance Li, Jazzy® Passport, Go Go® Folding Scooter 4-wheel or iRide® 2 3-wheel scooter.

The FAA allows you to bring lithium batteries up to 300Wh or less on the plane. The batteries can be checked or brought as a carry on. A maximum of one spare battery not exceeding 300 Wh or two spares not exceeding 160 Wh each may be carried on.

If the battery stays on the unit, it must be protected against other baggage, or other cargo. Suppose the mobility device does not provide adequate protection. In that case, the battery must be removed, battery terminals covered, and the battery must be taken on as carry-on baggage.

Before traveling with your power chair or mobility scooter, we recommend you contact your airline on how to transport your battery as a passenger. You might be required to plan prior to your trip, and additional time might be needed for check-in.

Before your trip, you should also check with your airline if your folded-up wheelchair/device will be allowed in the passenger cabin or if the mobility device, with batteries removed, will have to travel as checked baggage.


Worried about Power Outages and being Stuck in Your Power Recliner?

Don’t worry. You’ve got the power! When the power goes out, be prepared with the new optional rechargeable lithium backup battery. It’s available on Pride Power Lift Recliners, including the Oasis, Infinity and Heritage collections. Move from full recline to the standing position easily, even during a power outage, with a lithium backup battery.

The rechargeable lithium backup battery comes standard with every model in the VivaLift!® Power Recliner lineup. Even when the power goes out, you can enjoy peace of mind and fully relax in your VivaLift! Power Recliner.

A few things to know about your lithium battery:

  • Lithium batteries do not need to be replaced after each use.
  • When plugged in, the lithium battery will begin recharging when the power comes back on.
  • The amber LED indicator light tells you when the lithium battery is charging. The light turns green when it is fully charged.

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