Articulating elevating leg rests with a high backrest, rollercoaster headrest, flip-up armrests, individual footplates and tilt/recline feature.
Never run out of charge, so I’m not sure!
Source of Wheelchair:
NHS Wheelchair Services
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS), MCAS, Brittle Asthma & Spinal/Cervical Fusions
It’s a great chair, enables me to tilt back, recline and raise one/both legs with the joystick. Although I had the electric elevating leg rests swapped to articulating ones to ensue they lengthen as they raise.
Armrests flip up for easy transfer and leg rests easily removed. Attendant control added so PAs can drive chair if needs be.
The only drawback was the wheels spin on uneven ground, so had to get off-roading tyres which help a lot.