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Titan

Transportable Powerchair

Product Summary

  • Height-adjustable swivel seat features fold-down backrest (Figure A)
  • Includes interchangeable color panels in red and blue
  • Seat back reclines and features adjustable headrest
  • Adjustable-length controller mount (Figure B)
  • Armrests are padded, adjustable and removable
  • Available with 16”, 18”, 20” and 22” wide Captain’s Seat
  • Optional swing-away controller arm (Item #AA4100) sold separately
  • Solid, flip-up footplate with adjustable height, depth and angle
  • Positioning belt included
  • Optional elevating leg rests (requires Item #AE2500 & Item #LK3JELR) sold separately
  • Programmable controller
  • Flat-free, non-marking tires (Figure C)
  • Easy free wheel operation (Figure D)
  • Anti-tip wheels

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HCPCS K0821
Weight Capacity 300 lbs.
Top Speed 4 mph
Maximum Range 15 miles
Turning Radius 25"
Climbing Angle
Ground Clearance 2.5"
Dimensions 40" (L) x 24" (W)
Floor -to-Seat Height 20.5" - 23"
Controller Dynamic Shark 40A
Motors (2) 24V x 200W x 3900 rpm
Batteries (pair) 12V x 35AH (U1)
Charger 3A Offboard
Brakes Electromagnetic
Caster Wheels 6" x 2" Solid
Drive Wheels 10" x 3" Flat-free
Base Weight 68 lbs.
Battery Weight (pair) 44 lbs.
Seat Weight 43 lbs.
Heaviest Piece Disassembled 55 lbs.
Total Weight 158 lbs.
Warranty on Frame Limited Lifetime
Warranty on Electronic Controller/Drive Train Components 14 months
Warranty on Batteries 12 Months
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Customer Questions and Answers

What is the total width of titan18CS?

Asked by: Docloli
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry, The total width of the unit is 24 inches wide.
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-09-06

Where can I purchase parts?

Asked by: Donjuan
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you in ordering parts.
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-08-29

My wife owns the Titan and so far it has been an awsome chair for her since she is disabled. However until just a few days ago, her seat became loose and after inspecting it, I noticed the pole below the seat that goes into the post, it is coming apart.

Asked by: JDMAN
Hi, Thank you for your inquiry, please contact our technical support, toll-free at: (866) 621-4933. Thank you again,
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-08-26

How do I get the seat off to replace the batteries in my Titan electric wheelchair?

Asked by: Jack Armstrong
Hello, thank you for your inquiry. to replace the battery, simply unscrew the 6 screws on the under side of the battery box.
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-08-26

I recently received a previously owned Titan. Researching the chair, a 'programmable controller' is mentioned as an included accessory. One was not included with the one I got. Where can I find information about obtaining one?

Asked by: Roggie
Buying Parts Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you Tech Support Should you have any additional questions, please contact our technical support, toll-free at: (866) 621-4933.
Answered by: Greg E
Date published: 2017-08-21

I need to know how to change batteries on my titan scooter

Asked by: jackie 1948
Hi, Thank you for your inquiry, please contact our customer support, toll-free (866) 694-5085 - 8:30 am - 8:00 pm (EST).
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-08-17

Hi....I'm trying to find out how long my dad has had his scooter...we live in ohio..is there a store near here I can contact?

Asked by: lorraine49
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry, To locate a provider, please use our provider network found here: http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/providers/index/ or you can use the ‘locate a provider’ button at the top of the page. Hope this helps, Thank you again, Luis @ Drive
Answered by: Luis M
Date published: 2017-07-11

How do I lock the seat in place.   It keeps turning

Asked by: Lorettahayes12
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Please follow the instructions and diagram on page 20 of the Owner's manual: http://cdn.drivemedical.com/media/files/2946/Titan_Manual_2_3.pdf Thank you again, Mayra @ Drive http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/titan-2946.html Item #: TITANLB18CS; Titan
Answered by: Mayra
Date published: 2017-06-27
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Customer Reviews

Titan is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst power chair I received my power chair on the 13th of April this year. The worst chair. Seat is extremely uncomfortable, seat is to short. Caster wheels wobble. Chair will not drive at full speed in a straight line. When you back up, whether slow or fast, you are being tossed around due to the caster wheel wobble. I have old bones and now due to all this tossing around, my back is out. I have had about three service calls on this chair to adjust speed and braking and the braking is still strange, as when you brake it travels a few inches before coming to a complete stop. But I can adjust to that, it is the caster wheel wobble that is the hardest part for controlling the chair. The chair turns in the direction you selected it to and the caster wheels are obstinate and they go in another direction.or can't make up their mind as to which direction to travel. If you are confined to a wheel chair as I am, do not purchase this power chair as you will regret it. If this was my first power chair I would not know any different but I have been in a chair since 2009. So I had a chair that did what I needed versus one that I must continually fight to drive in a straight line or not fight when I go in reverse. Note. a pillow on the seat helps tremendously. ....Another thing is the static electricity build up,, if you need your heart jump started 200 times a day, then this chair is for you,. But I would think twice.
Date published: 2017-05-04
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