Bariatric Manual Wheelchair with swing away leg rests Foldable 180kg weight capacity with a contoured seat and backrest cushion.
Quality steel wheelchair with backrest and seat for user support and comfort.
- Sturdy, carbon steel frame
- Double embossed vinyl upholstery
- Simple folding mechanism
- Dual, reinforced steel cross braces give extra support and stability
- Colour: Black
- Generous weight capacity of 180 kg
- Reinforced steel frame provides added support
- Rear solid tyres are durable and low maintenance
- Self-Propelled Wheels
- Flip side easily removable footrests
- Padded armrests
- Double steel tube frame under the seat for extra durability
- Wider front wheel fork for extra durability
- One-year Australian Standard warranty
Features of this Bariatric Manual Wheelchair:
Safety Anti Tippers
Adjustable armrest for easy access
Calf support strap with adjustable footrest
Solid castor wheels at the front
It is manufactured with quality lightweight steel.
Diameter of back wheels: 24"
Diameter of front wheels: 8"
- Internal width between two armrests: 55 cm
- Overal width:70 cm
Weight of wheelchair: 21kg
Weight capacity: 180Kg
Wheelchair dimensions (Height x Width x Depth): 93 x 72.5 x 109 Cm
Wheelchair dimensions when folded (Height x Width x Depth): 93 x 38 x 79 Cm
Frequently Asked Questions:
(general questions and not related to the product)
1- How do I choose a wheelchair size?
Choosing the right wheelchair size is dependent upon many several factors. It depends on:
- How much room or how compact would you like your wheelchair to be
- If you want a foldable or compact wheelchair to bring on holiday
- If you require an electric or manual wheelchair
- How tall you are
- How much you weigh
- If you are an amputee
2- Is it hard to push a wheelchair?
No, it is straightforward to push a manual wheelchair. All of our manual wheelchairs are high-quality products and are lightweight and easy to use. Just move forward, and the wheelchair will quickly go!
3- What's the difference between a wheelchair and a transport chair?
The difference between a wheelchair and a transport chair is straightforward. Wheelchairs have large wheels, so the person sitting inside can easily self-propel and push themselves. They have 8" -12" rear wheels that cannot be reached while sitting in the chair. Wheelchairs, however, are built with larger 18" -24" wheels topped with an easy-to-grip, rotating handrail that allows users to propel themselves forward. A transport chair is usually used for someone else to push the attendant; however, a wheelchair is self-propelled and suitable for both the user and carer.
4- Can you get a prescription for a wheelchair?
5- How do you cook in a wheelchair?
You can cook in the wheelchair if you have had a home modification done to your home where the sink and stove have been lowered, and there is a space to fit the wheelchair.
6- What is a Bariatric manual wheelchair?
Bariatric manual wheelchairs accommodate tall and heavy users and provide a comfortable experience. If you are more than 40-50 kilograms overweight with a BMI over 30, then a bariatric wheelchair may be a good solution for your mobility needs.