Drive Aluminium Travel Chair

 

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  • User weight capacity: 115kg
  • Overall weight: 9kg
  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • Parking brakes for added safety
  • Durable nylon seat canvas
  • One touch lap belt

 

 

The Aluminium Travel Chair is lightweight and folds to a compact size making it ideal for days out. This budget travel chair features a generous 19″ seat width, and comes with taller push handles and a half folding back to reduce storage space. The quick release swing out footrests assist with transfers on and off the chair. The fixed 8″ puncture proof wheels all round are durable and low maintenance. The nylon seat canvas is durable and easy to clean. It has a one touch lap belt for added safety. The stepper tube allows attendant to safely mount curbs. 

Here at Mobility North London we believe it is important to choose your wheelchair to best suit your personal needs. Certain features of our wheelchairs may be more useful to you than others. For instance, it may be imperative that your wheelchair is able to be easily transported in the boot of a car. Alternatively, a comfortable ride may be more of a priority for you. 

Nothing compares to being able to get a feel for the different types of wheelchairs first hand. We keep a diverse range of wheelchairs at our showroom and welcome you to visit us so that we can help you decide what’s right for you. If you would like a more in depth chat with us about the options available to you, give us a call to check that Tony – our co-founder and wheelchair specialist – will be available. 

We place a high importance on customer care and so will always ensure that you leave our showroom feeling looked after. We believe it is very important for you to be fully confident when using your new wheelchair, so please do ask us any questions you may have. Please note that we also offer our customers a 12 month warranty with their wheelchair purchase. 

Specification

Drive Aluminium Travel Chair Specification

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