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Lightweight Deluxe Transit Wheelchair

This Mobility world  lightweight deluxe transit wheelchair is a high quality, lightweight, aluminium chair that can be adjusted for comfort or performance.

This transit wheelchair is easy to manoeuvre for both the user and the attendant, it also benefits from progressive slowing brakes when faced with hills or slopes.

Additional features of this wheelchair include flip back armrests, adjustable castor angle and micro cellular and quick release rear wheels.

The seat to ground height is adjustable from 19” down to 16.5” on the self-propel model, the lowest seat to ground height allows the user to propel the wheelchair with their feet.

Features

  • Lightweight aluminium frame.
  • Flip back armrests
  • Progressive slowing brakes
  • Adjustable castor angle
  • Solid Front Castors  (puncture proof)
  • 18″ Seat Width

£395.00 Excl. VAT

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SKU: KM852.2F16WB/18/BK Category:

This Mobility world  lightweight deluxe transit wheelchair is a high quality, lightweight, aluminium chair that can be adjusted for comfort or performance.

This transit wheelchair is easy to manoeuvre for both the user and the attendant, it also benefits from progressive slowing brakes when faced with hills or slopes.

Additional features of this wheelchair include flip back armrests, adjustable castor angle and micro cellular and quick release rear wheels.

The seat to ground height is adjustable from 19” down to 16.5” on the self-propel model, the lowest seat to ground height allows the user to propel the wheelchair with their feet.

Features

  • Lightweight aluminium frame.
  • Flip back armrests
  • Progressive slowing brakes
  • Adjustable castor angle
  • Solid Front Castors  (puncture proof)
  • Micro-cellular rear wheels (puncture proof)
  • 18″ Seat Width
Seat SizeOpen Size L x W x H (mm)Collapsed Size L x W x H (mm) (wheels on)WeightMax User WeightCrash Tested
18″ x 17″1010 x 610 x 900710 x 280 x 75013.3kg (12.3kg)18 stone (115kg)No