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Description



The Expedition Transport Chair by Drive Medical weighs only 19 lbs. and features large 12" rear wheels for easy pushing. A weight capacity of 300 lbs. makes this chair stand out from the others in it's class.


A handy lever on the chair back makes it easy and convenient to fold back down for easy transport. The powder coated aluminum frame is lightweight and durable with a seat made of lightweight nylon upholstery. A seatbelt and hand brake are included for additional safety. The 12” rear “flat-free” wheels provide a more stable ride over various terrains, plus ease of going over thresholds and curbs. Also the black composite wheels require virtually no maintenance and incorporate non-marring surface.

Specifications

Weight Capacity 300 lbs.
Product Weight 19 lbs.
Seat Width 19"
Seat Depth 17"
Seat-to-Floor Height 19"
Overall Width 22"
Overall Length 27"
Overall Height 30"
Folded Width 10"
Frame Color Blue, Red
Front Wheel Size 8"
Rear Wheel Size 12"
Axle Type Fixed
Armrests Full-Length
Back Height 18"
Upholstery Type Nylon
Upholstery Color Black
Legrests Swingaway
Warranty on Frame Lifetime Limited
Shipping Weight 26 lbs.
Box Length 25"
Box Width 10"
Box Height 31"

Features

  • Weighs only 19 lbs.
  • Weight capacity of 300 lbs
  • Back folds down for storage and transport
  • Comes with seat belt
  • Companion activated wheel locks
  • 12” rear “flat free” wheels
  • Free Shipping

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