Transport Wheelchairs


Mobility Lifter

LIFTKAR PT

LIFTKAR PT

  • This attendant-operated stair climber works on angled, straight and curved stairs of many types (wood, metal, concrete or carpeted).
  • Attaches to a manual wheelchair and is compatible with most standard, transport, sport or pediatric models.
  • Disassemble into three parts that can be easily stored in a car; the heaviest piece is 41 lbs.
  • These stair climbers are battery operated, feature three climbing speeds, and have brake wheels that automatically lock upon reaching the step edge.
  • (615) 530-1374

Alex Orthopedic

Lightweight Wheelchair

Lightweight Wheelchair

  • This sturdy, lightweight manual wheelchair features dual rear-wheel axle positions and dual-position front caster forks.
  • It has padded, flip-back, detachable desk arms and swing-away footrests.
  • Available in 16", 18" and 20" seat widths, and is compatible with leading manufacturers’ manual wheelchair parts and accessories.
  • Weighs 32.5 lbs. without the footrests, and has a weight capacity of 300 lbs. and a limited lifetime warranty on the frame.

https://www.alexorthopedic.com/Wheelchairs_c_74.html

  • (972) 641-9680

Aqua Creek Products

Mobi-Chair

Mobi-Chair

The Mobi-Chair is a floating beach wheelchair that provides a seamless transition from boardwalk-to-beach-to water. Wheelchair users, children and adults with special needs can benefit from the convenience, portability and comfort of the Mobi-Chair for leisure time and entertainment during your vacations at the beach, at lakes or even in swimming pools.
  • (888) 687-3552

Columbia Medical

Sprout

Sprout

The Sprout pediatric wheelchair folds for easy transport and storage, and the frame grows in width through four sizes to keep up with kids (seat depth grows from 9" to 18"). Widths and depths can be configured independently. In four sizes (12", 14", 16", 18") in user weight capacities of 100 to 165 lbs.

  • (800) 454-6612

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