Delichon's Delta is a rugged yet lightweight three-wheel buggy offering outstanding off-road capabilities, making woodland walks and country paths readily accessible. Delichon's customary attention to detail has created an exceptional all-terrain buggy boasting a wealth of safety and comfort features for carer and occupant alike: Delta offers increased freedom short wheelbase alloy frame with low centre of gravity rugged, rigid and durable adjustable multi-position handle mountain-bike style brake levers with dual rear drum brakes performance fabric seating with mesh seat back insert for visibility easily removable footplate. The Delta All-Terrian Buggy is available in four sizes: small - for children up to 112cms high medium - for occupants up to 150cm in height intermediate - for young adults up to 160cm tall large: - for occupants up to 180cm in height
1 the Clayfields
Sandlleheath Industrial Estate
Old Brickyard Road
|Capacity||40; 50; 70; 90kg|
|Height||93-104; 105-111; 117; 122cm|
|Length||108-128; 111-127; 139-143; 153-161cm|
|Weight (kg)||13; 14; 14; 16kg|
|Width||57; 64; 70; 70cm|
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