The FT2 Freedom Trax is an FT1 based motorized platform integrating a fixed manual wheelchair frame.

Freedom Trax FT2

Folded without difficulty, it can be easily stored in the boot of a car.

The transfer can be done with relative ease to ensure safe storage of the wheelchair. Users will instantly appreciate the newly found freedom to autonomously explore previously inaccessible terrain including snow, sand, gravel or mud.

This model is particularly adapted to rental professionals and the PRM who don’t wish to transform their personal, urban usage wheelchairs.

The FT2 Freedom Trax model is supplied with one lithium power cell, two motors, a controler with joystick, one battery charger, one safety belt and a convenient storage pocket on the back of the seat.

Test or buy the Freedom TraxProduct description
Dimensions 120L x 60l x 23h cm
Weight 34,5 kg (including battery)
Maximum speed 5 km/h

Freedom trax

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Freedom Trax FT2 user feedback

Customer reviews

It was an amazing experience for all of us. We acquired the Freedom Trax platform in March and were able to use it on different slopes in the mountains and on different types of beachfront terrain. It was easy to master and very satisfying.

We lent it to a few fellow PRM friends who were most pleased with the simplicity of use and efficiency of the Freedom Trax platform.

Séverine G.
Saint Malo, France

It is awesome!!! I’ve used it now for about 2 months, with NO problems and it will take you and your wheelchair anyplace dry. I’ve tried several beaches, many different kinds of sand, hard, loose, small, big, dry, and wet with NO issues. It will even climb most sand dunes. You only need to be careful not to tip it by going to steep or going off a step.

Great product and thank you!!!!!

Don K.
Florida, USA

Great product. Much more affordable then any other electric off-road product that I know of. It does great in the sand. If you live near the beach or a lake, this is a must-have. Especially if you don’t have the room for a full size off-road chair.

The best part is its size. It can easily be transported without the need of a trailer, wheelchair accessible van, or vehicle rack setup. And storing it is a cinch. I do a lot of camping, and even if I’m not sure I’ll use it, I bring it along anyways because it is so easy to pack up without taking up a bunch of room.

I look forward to many more years of cruising up and down the sandy beaches of California in my Freedom Trax.

Mike D.
California, USA

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