Reich Move Control Economy Single

Price:  £695.00

UK Mainland Delivery:
Free
Delivery Time:
2 - 4 Working Days

Made in Germany the Reich Move Control Economy caravan mover is designed with the budget conscious caravan owner. However, economy does not mean that you have to forgo quality. This mover is built to Reich's exacting standards. The move Control Economy will fit most single axle caravans. Large rollers give better traction under wet conditions. Remote control, directs the caravan into any position. Rotate the caravan through 360 degrees and Soft start-stop feature means precision manoeuvring.

Motor and gearbox are positioned inside the chassis, not in spray area of the wheels.

Long rollers - the grooved area covers the complete tread on any tyre for better traction in wet conditions.

Steel parts are powder coated for longer life.

Will fit most single axle caravans (with or without shock absorbers).

Fitting brackets available for non standard chassis and to accommodate spare wheel carrier and jacking points.

The Move Control Ecomony can be fitted in front or behind the wheels.

Easily transfered to a new caravan.

Designed to ISO 9001:2000 CE/TUV approved.

2 Year guarantee.


Professional Fitting

Caravan Plus recommends the UK's leading Caravan Motor Mover fitting company Autowfix to fit your caravan mover. Autowfix provide a full fitting service for only 125.00 plus VAT nationwide. Please ring 01159 300007 or see www.autowfix.com for details.


Shipping

Shipping costs are 17.00 for Mainland UK. Shipping to Northern Ireland, Ireland, the Shetland Islands requires a 30.00 supplement.

Specifications

Designation Move Control Economy Single
Operational Voltage 12 Volt DC
Average Current Consumption 15 Ampere
Maximum Current Consumption 60 Ampere
Speed 27cm per sec.
Weight 36Kg
Permissible Overall Weight 2000Kg
Permissible Overall weight on 25% Gradient 1200Kg
Power Source (caravan leisure battery) 12V 85Ah recommended

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