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The Breeze Midi 3 and 4 encompass many impressive design features that provide market-leading comfort, reliability and safety. Building on the proven heritage of the popular larger Breeze models, these Midi versions incorporate eye-catching looks, a disc braking system, fully orthopaedic seat and energy absorbing front and rear bumpers. Their tillers include Delta 'Wig Wag' control levers and a gas sprung actuator which is easily adjustable for optimum ergonomic positioning for owners. For fast status recognition, the easy-to-read LCD control panels display all the relevant information users require in a simple format and a water-protected ignition switch enhances safety. If technical updates need to be uploaded or parameters change, then the onboard computer can be accessed via the charging socket. The easily manoeuvrable Breeze Midi 3 encompasses full front and rear suspension which delivers a smooth, sturdy ride across both even and rough surfaces whether travelling at slow speeds or its top limit of approximately 12.8km/h (8mph). Powered by 2 x 50A batteries, the Breeze Midi 3 has a range of 50-55km (31.1-34.2miles), can drive safety up a 9.5% incline and an impressive ground clearance of 90mm (3.54") which is ideal for driving off road in a more rural location. Tel: 01787 882244 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.tgamobility.co.uk
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