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Phone: 800-414-2358

Fax: 718-946-6727

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Fax: 718-946-6727

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Heavy Duty Bariatric Wheelchair W/Full ARM PADDED & ELR K7

$265.00$315.00

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty by original purchaser
  • Comes standard with carry pocket on back rest.
  • Easy push to lock wheel locks for your convenience
    Overall Width Closed13″
    Overall Height36″
    Weight Limit400lbs
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Healthline Trading is a company that differs from most mobility equipment suppliers thanks to its outstanding durable quality and long term product service. The heavy duty bariatric wheelchair is constructed with strong steel alloy, sturdy vinyl upholstery and double criss-cross frame. Armrests and legrests of this wheelchair are fully padded. It comes complete with a carry pocket on the back of the backrest. Push to lock wheel locks help a patient stay stable and stop whenewher necessary. Overall width of this padded wheelchair in closed position is 13 inches. Overall height is 36 inches. Thanks to its wide and well made contruction this heavy duty bariatric wheelchair can handle up to 450 pounds of body weight. The two composite wheels hold the base of the wheelchair. Two 8 inch casters in the front help the maneuverability considerably. Standard dual axle provides easy transition of seat to hemi-level. Padded aluminum legrests comes complete with this chair. Reinforced vinyl covered upholstery helps to easily maintain the chair and clean it if necessary. Push to lock wheel locks help the patient stay stable and stop whenever necessary.

Size

20", 22", 24"

Product Weight

55lbs, 59lbs, 55lbs

Seat Width

20", 22", 24"

Seat Depth

18"

Back Height

18"

Seat to Floor

19.5"

Overall Width Open

29", 31", 32.5"

Overall Width Closed

13"

Overall Height

36"

Weight Limit

400lbs

  1. My mom loves this one. Whenever I offer her a cushion, she says a wide seat of this wheelchair is comfortable enough. The legrests are practical, however, it took us a while to understand how to swing them away. The only issue is that sometimes it doesn’t move well when using on carpeting, which is a common problem for wheelchairs.

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