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Picture of POWER PUMPER Power Pumper is a ride-on toy designed for use by children with physical or neurological disabilities. It is propelled by a push-pull rowing motion powered by using arms and legs, legs only, or arms only. It offers full body aerobic workouts and motor skill development. CAPACITY: 300 pounds. COLORS: Black and Red or Lime and Purple. WARRANTY: One year limited warranty against defective parts and manufacturing.

Notes: Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.

Price: 399.00.

This product record was updated on November 10, 2010.

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Columbia-Inland Corporation

606 15th Street
Oregon City, Oregon 97045
United States
Telephone: 888-215-7867 or 503-657-6676.
Fax: 503-722-2962.

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eSpecial Needs, LLC

11704 Lackland Industrial Drive
St. Louis, Missouri 63146
United States
Telephone: 877-664-4565 or 314-692-2424.
Fax: 800-664-4534 or 314-692-2428.

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