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    Icon A1 crash test for WC-19

    We passed the WC-19 test with a dummy that rates us up to 125lbs.

    We'll redo the test with a heavier dummy in a month or so, but we wanted to get our pediatric model qualified first. Here are a couple links to videos.

    http://youtu.be/WBvdKsuo8Xc

    http://youtu.be/9ovlnY3e9hU

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    I thought it was like a car test, the wheelchair knock the wall directly.
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    Neat!!! I want to see more chairs doing this!
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    Thanks for posting Jeff. I have been curious to see how they test.
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