Mabis DMI Shower Transport Chair
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Width Between Arms: 18″; Overall Width 21″, Seat Height: 21″ Fixed
Helps provide safe and effective transfers in and around the bathroom or shower. Padded vinyl toilet seat, waterproof PVC seat back cover and plastic armrests offer added comfort.
- Made from durable 1″ rust- and corrosion-resistant aluminum tubing.
- 4″ ball bearing casters and rear wheel locks are rust-resistant.
- Padded vinyl toilet seat.
- Waterproof PVC seat back cover.
- Plastic armrests.
- Rear wheel locks.
- Shower Transport Chair
- w/Rear Wheels And Brakes
Packaging1 Each / Each
Shipping Dimensions25 X 22 X 7.7 Inches
TRANSPORT WHEELCHAIR / PORTABLE WHEELCHAIR
A transport chair is an economical and lightweight wheelchair designed for short distance use with the help of a caregiver. A transport wheelchair, also known as a companion chair, is constructed from materials that are more lightweight, and yet is still less expensive than standard lightweight wheelchairs.
What Is a Transport Wheelchair?
The average attendant chair weighs between 15 to 20 pounds and folds in seconds, making transport and storage very easy. The more manageable weight of these chairs also makes them easy to maneuver, and their compact frames fit into smaller spaces for additional convenience. Whereas a manual wheelchair is heavier and more bulky.
Most transport chairs have a weight capacity of 250 to 300 pounds. For heavier weight needs, look for a bariatric or heavy-duty transport chair, which can support up to 450 pounds. Best used for light or short-term purposes such as doctor’s visits, shopping trips, and occasional travel, transport wheelchairs are great to have, even if you already have a heavier, permanent wheelchair.
How to Choose the Right Transport Wheelchair
One’s choice of a transit wheelchair can depend greatly on a number of factors. Needs like the required weight capacity can influence the decision, but often it is not the only factor. A person needs to consider many other points when choosing the proper portable wheelchair for their transport. Some of these are: