Is a Zinger Right for Me?

Where can I use the Zinger?

The Zinger can be used just about anywhere in or outdoors. It can handle several different terrains such as grass, carpet, dirt, and more.

Will it fit through my doorways?

In almost any case, yes. Check to be certain that the openings in your doorways are at least 27″ wide. Less than that will require you to get off and fold the Zinger to pass through the doorway. Businesses (the mall, restaurants, etc.) are required to be ADA compliant. ADA compliant doorways are a minimum of 32″ wide, which is no problem for Zinger.

What is the Zinger's weight limit?

The Zinger Chair is capable of carrying a person weighing up to 275 lb.

Does it come in a larger size?

The Zinger is only available in one size. See our SPECS page for dimensions. The maximum user weight limit is 275 pounds.

I'm not sure if I'm strong enough to operate the handles.

Very little force is needed to operate the Zinger on level ground. In fact, just the weight of your arms is usually enough on smooth surfaces. Driving in grass or rough surfaces may require slightly more force.

I only have one good hand. Is the Zinger for me?

The Zinger requires the use of both arms and hands to operate, however, we offer an alternative product for those limited to the use of one arm and hand. It’s called the Zoomer Chair and while it includes most of the same great features and benefits of the Zinger Chair, it is a one-handed, joystick-controlled chair. The joystick can even be installed on either side of the chair.

Check out the video below to learn more about how the Zoomer Chair works!

For Questions or to Get Your Own Zoomer Chair, Call 866-322-4400

Can I modify the Zinger for one handed operation?

No, the nature of the unique and sporty control system requires the use of both hands.

Is a Zinger right for me if I am handicapped or disabled?

While many people use the Zinger for many different reasons, the Zinger Chair is a personal electric vehicle. If you are fully restricted to a sitting position, the Zinger may not be for you. You must be able to get in and out of the chair.

Buying Your Zinger

What’s included with the Zinger Chair?

The Zinger will arrive fully assembled out of the box. It will include the chair, a battery and charger, 2 keys (for securing the battery in place). In addition it will include the hex key needed should you decide to remove the arm rests.

How much does the Zinger cost?

The Zinger Chair costs $2399 after the $100 instant-savings that is currently being offered.

Is free shipping available?

Yes, the Zinger includes Free Shipping. Note: most deliveries will require a signature upon arrival.

Will Medicare help pay for my Zinger?

Unfortunately, the Zinger is not covered by Medicare.

What accessories are available?

Accessories such a seat back bag, cup/bottle holder, cane holder, spare batteries, and tires are all available HERE.

Using Your Zinger

Will the Zinger Chair fit under a desk or table?

Whether you are at a restaurant having dinner, or just pulling up to your desk to get some work done, one of the greatest and unique things about Zinger is that it easily fits under most desks and tables. Since the arm rests are just 25″ off the ground, you just pull right up like you would a normal chair.

The legal folks want to make sure we don’t promise it works with all desks and tables, but a standard table or desk is 28″ – 30″ high. The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) dictates that to be compliant, your public seating must be a minimum of 27″ from the floor to the bottom of the table surface.


Can I take it on the plane?

The short, easy answer is yes. There are a few things you need to know before taking your Zinger on a plane. Providing you plan ahead and follow the basic instructions, airline travel is easy with the Zinger. It will check as free baggage with most airlines but you are required to carry the battery on with you, which is the component that most of the rules apply to.

  • Be sure to contact your specific airline to ask for their procedures for transporting a battery powered mobility device.
  • Inform your airline that the device contains a Lithium-ion battery and it is a 240 Watt Hour size. Airline Travel IATA, USDOT and FAA regulations allow one Lithium-ion battery of up to 300 Watt Hours for “passengers whose mobility is restricted by either disability, their health or age, or a temporary mobility problem (e.g. a broken leg) as a carry on for the passenger.
  • The battery must be removed from the Zinger prior to the Zinger being transported on the airplane. The battery must be carried by the passenger as a carry on item.
  • We currently offer two different spare batteries – Standard 6.6 AH battery and the Long Range 10.5 AH battery. BE AWARE – the Long Range 10.5 AH Battery is NOT legal on airlines. It provides 10.5 Amp Hours at 36 volts which equates to 378 Watt Hours. That unfortunately is above the airlines limit of 300 Watt Hours. Therefore this battery CAN NOT be carried on an airplane. Only the standard 6.6 AH battery is allowed on an airplane.
  • You must notify the airlines in advance that you will be bringing a Lithium-ion battery for your Zinger. They are then required to notify your pilot of the location of the battery in the aircraft. Thus you should notify your flight attendant of its location before takeoff.
  • You may be required to tape over the power terminal openings in the battery compartment of the Zinger prior to transportation. Individual airline procedures may vary.


Each battery includes the label shown below:

See page 27 of the Zinger USA User Manual for more info. Here is a link to the FAA regulations regarding battery powered chairs.
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Does the Zinger have reverse mode?

The Zinger does have a powered reverse, but it’s almost always easiest to back out simply by pushing your feet against the ground, or your hands against a table or wall like you would in a rolling office chair. Watch the video below to see how.

How do I know which speed to use?

Once powered on, the Zinger defaults to the low speed which is commonly used for indoor use on smooth surfaces. Here’s a guideline for suggested speed usage.

Can I manually push the Zinger?

The Zinger Chair can easily be pushed around by the user when there is no rider in the chair. It is not specifically intended for seated users to be pushed around by others as an alternative to the powered self-driving capabilities of the Zinger Chair.

Can I remove the arm rests?

Yes, should you choose to remove the arm rests (installed by default), the hex key tool needed to remove them is included in the box.

Is the foot plate adjustable?

The swinging foot plate is not adjustable, however, the Zinger is designed to fit people of most sizes.

Is the seat or back rest adjustable?

The seat and back rest is not adjustable. Some Zinger owners have chosen to add an additional cushion.

Can the Zinger be used on heavily padded or thick carpet?

Customers that are closer to the Zingers weight limit of 275 lbs may find that the Zinger is a little more difficult to use on very thick or heavily padded carpet when operating on the lowest speed setting. The solution to this problem is to simply change the speed setting to ‘2’. This will increase the ability for the Zinger to move around and should not significantly increase the speed while on these types of surfaces.

Charging & Battery

How long will the battery last on a single charge?

Depending upon usage (speed, weight, etc.) the Zinger Chair’s battery will last up to 8 miles of use.

How long does the battery last before replacing it?

The short answer is, it depends on the usage and conditions. The battery on average lasts for several years for many of our customers.

How long to charge the battery?

A charger is included and the battery can be charged in or out of the chair. Charging takes 4 hours or less depending on the level of power already used. With a range of up to 8 miles, most owners rarely run the battery all the way down in a single day.

How do I know if I need to charge the battery?

There is a battery indicator located on the control panel that tells you the battery life.

Should I buy a spare battery?

The range of 8 miles was tested on a continuous level course. With hills, stops, and turns you should get around 5 to 6 miles per charge. If you expect to travel further in a single day, a spare is recommended. It’s also great to have a spare charged battery on hand to ensure that your Zinger is always ready to go.

Is the battery included in the weight?

Yes. 47 pounds includes the 4 pound battery which locks into the Zinger with a key.

Will the charger work in foreign countries?

Yes. It will operate on 110V or 220V, but you will need an inexpensive plug converter to fit the outlets of your foreign destination.

Customer Support

What is the warranty?

The Zinger includes a limited one year warranty. We warrant the frame, mechanical, and electrical components, including motor and originally supplied batteries to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase.

The Warranty does not include normal wear and tear such as tires. For more information about the Zinger warranty, give us a call today at 877-709-8456.


What is the return policy?

The Zinger may be returned within 14 days of receipt. There is no restocking fee, however, unless your Zinger is damaged or defective you will be required to pay for return shipping. Prior to returning your Zinger, you will need to obtain a return authorization from our customer service department by calling 866-322-4400.

How do I get the Zinger serviced if needed?

Just call our Customer Service Department at 866-322-4400 Mon – Fri between 9 am and 5:30 pm EST and we’ll be able to assist you.

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