AIR HAWK VIDEO MANUAL

Airhawk Quick Reference Video Manual:

Please read the description and click the link to see a Video Demonstration of each corresponding Part:

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Receiving Your Airhawk – The Packages Your Will Get:https://youtu.be/85UhTqM2iLQ
Unpacking Your Airhawk – Opening, and Unpacking:https://youtu.be/e37Igz8otuU
The Airhawk Folding Wheelchair Unpacked:https://youtu.be/zahww0X1MW8
Four Easy Steps To Opening Your Airhawk:https://youtu.be/NUR9afd_mdc
Attaching The Joystick To Your Airhawk:https://youtu.be/OLeV_-pNsvc
MAKING SURE NOT TO BREAK THE JOYSTICK:https://youtu.be/7hcUFWAjStk
Turning The Airhawk Joystick Off:https://youtu.be/UyQH8gEgrVY
Assembling The Charger and Charging The Battery:https://youtu.be/KfcdwEHIBk4
Folding your Airhawk –https://youtu.be/kMRDxJo0eRc
The Airhawk Seat Belt Demonstration:https://youtu.be/6iooI86RC1E
Attaching the Cup Holder to your Airhawk:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYQkMozUS0U
Attaching the Cain Holder To The Airhawk:https://youtu.be/so7D3KZX160
Attaching The Oxygen Tank Holder to The Airhawk:https://youtu.be/vT74VKT5gHs
Airhawk Wheelchair Touch Up Paint:https://youtu.be/7zj5a8zUKyA
Dual Pitch Horn / Light for The Airhawk:https://youtu.be/NWJWj5hCGEw
Free Additional Battery Pack with Airhawk:https://youtu.be/Jt6OJrazYuU
How to Swap Airhawk Battery Packs On-The-Go:https://youtu.be/_154q8eIhF4
How to use The Airhawk Car Charger:https://youtu.be/Tyio2v5VKS4
Attaching The Orange Safety Flag to your Airhawk:https://youtu.be/HFdBOTZ4feE
Attaching the Automatically Opening Umbrella to the Airhawk:https://youtu.be/0t4w7VjsI0U
Taking your Airhawk through a narrow doorway:https://youtu.be/3i2iyyPZ0WU 
Moving the Joystick From the Right to the Left side of chair:https://youtu.be/eyFvRG4tymo
Maintaining The Latching Mechanism for The Airhawk Wheelchair – https://youtu.be/hTgAcIICVSw
Folding Power Wheelchair Joystick Tutorial and Review –https://youtu.be/vC3QYsoKrNQ
Attendant Controller Bracket To Folding Power Wheelchair Part Onehttps://youtu.be/KJ8aeF02tBE
Joystick to Attendant Controller Bracket Part TWOhttps://youtu.be/m7DKPJiAE3k
Air Hawk Power to Manual Push Chair in One Simple Step –https://youtu.be/LpUyZc0TDJg
Attaching a Headrest to your Folding Power Wheelchair – Part 1 –https://youtu.be/Mxq8Vfp0pus
Attaching the Headrest to your Folding Power Wheelchair Part 2 –https://youtu.be/zCsFYb7rkaE

Just Received Your Air Hawk – Look Here –>Your Airhawk Lightweight Folding Power Wheelchair is Shipped In TWO Separate Parts Containing:

  1. The AirHawk Power Wheelchair
  2. The Accessories

You will most likely receive the AirHawk Wheelchair a day before you receive your accessories. This is perfectly normal and just how the orders are shipped.

Your Air Hawk Wheelchair is sent already assembled. Starting the process of familiarizing yourself with the Air Hawk and how it functions now can help you understand how to more quickly and easily begin using your Air Hawk once you receive it!

Let’s Start With a Quick Guide To Battery Life Longevity:

The batteries that come with that chair are designed to last before they need replacement. The best way to get the longest battery life is as follows:

 

  1. The first time you charge the batteries, please charge them as indicated in the manual that comes with your power chair so they will be 100% full. Basically, charge them until you see THREE Green Bars on the Joystick Indicator, while the joystick is on. Note: Batteries for the Air Hawk are usually fully charged when the unit arrives at your home.   
  2. For optimal longevity, Do NOT charge the batteries until they are in the red level, as indicated on the joystick.
  3. After you have fully charged and completely drained the battery the first time, charging the batteries will only take between 4-6 hours.

 

You will also likely wish to start SLOW with your new Air Hawk. Please turn the speed to the lowest setting and drive carefully in your home or a flat surface so you can practice. The Air Hawk has very tight handling which can be surprising until you get used to the handling.