Pride Go-Chair Portable Power Chair Light Weight

  • $1,699.00
  • Save $600

Pride FDA Class II Medical Devices
are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments.


“FDA Class II Medical Device"


  • Compact design with 25.4" turning radius
  • Disassembles for easy transport
  • Height and width-adjustable armrests
  • Easily removable battery
  • Two storage compartments beneath seat
  • Comes in 6 stylish colors

Key Specs

    • Top Speed: 3.70 Mph
    • Turning Radius: 25.40"
    • Heaviest Piece: 36 Lbs.
    • Battery Charge Distance: 8.74 Miles
  • Weight Capacity: 300 Lbs.

Overview of the Go-Chair



The Go-Chair has been a long-time customer favorite of the Pride Mobility lineup, so with a revamped design and even better features, the newly updated Go-Chair is sure to keep its crowd-pleasing reputation. 

What Makes This Different

The Go-Chair now features two 18AH batteries for an extended drive range of up to 8.74 miles on a single charge. With a turning radius of just 25.4" (25.4" with footplate down, 22.25" with footplate up), the new Go-Chair has even better maneuverability than before. You can confidently take your Go-Chair anywhere knowing it will navigate through tight spaces or crowded places. The Go-Chair easily disassembles into 6 small, lightweight pieces for convenient transport.

Why We Like It

With the Go-Chair you'll travel in comfort. The roomy stadium-style seat is comfortable and features flip-back armrests that are both height and width adjustable so you can get on and off of the Go-Chair without hassle. The new Go-Chair design offers two seperate storage compartments beneath the seat, so you can securely stow personal belongings while you're on-the-go.

What You Need To Know When Ordering

For users who require assistance in unpacking their Go-Chair, we recommend our White Glove Delivery Service. With this service, your powerchair is brought into your house and set up, and all packaging materials are removed. Though our White Glove Delivery option includes the set up of your powerchair, comfort adjustments, like footrest height, will need to be done by the caregiver or user.