Wheelchairs

  1. Freedom Chair 3.0 All-Terrain Wheelchair
    Freedom Chair 3.0 All-Terrain Wheelchair
    • Disassembles to fit into any vehicle
    • Serviceable by any local bike shop
    • Easy-swap, standard mountain bike parts for compatibility with any lifestyle
  2. So Lite Wheelchair
    So Lite Wheelchair
    • Lightweight Magnesium Frame, Just 16.5 lbs!
    • Dual Braking System with Manual Locks & Handbrakes
    • Quick-release Rear Wheels, Footrests and Anti-tippers
    As low as $699.00
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  3. Viper Plus GT with Universal Armrests
    Viper Plus GT with Universal Armrests
    • Durable hammertone frame and easy-to-clean nylon upholstery
    • Swing-back arms are also removable for easy transfers and storage
    • Hemi-height adjustable
    As low as $625.00
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  4. K3 Guardian Wheelchair
    K3 Guardian Wheelchair
    • Durable hammertone frame and easy-to-clean nylon upholstery
    • Swing-back arms are also removable for easy transfers and storage
    • Hemi-height adjustable
    As low as $199.95
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  5. Silver Sport 1 Wheelchair
    Silver Sport 1 Wheelchair
    • Nylon upholstery is durable, lightweight, attractive, and easy to clean
    • Urethane tires mounted on composite wheel provides durability and low maintenance
    • Comes with push to lock wheel locks
  6. Karman VIP515 Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair
    VIP515 Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair
    • Ergonomic Handrims S-Shape Ergonomic Seating System
    • Swing In Away Footrests
    • Folding backrest / folding seat for easy traveling
    As low as $1,835.00
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  7. S-305 Ergonomic Wheelchair
    S-305 Ergonomic Wheelchair
    • Flip Back Armrest with Height Adjustable Armpads
    • Swing In/Away Removable Footrest
    • Folding Backrest and Folding Seat for compact transporting
    As low as $760.00
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  8. Karman S-125 Ergonomic Wheelchair
    S-ERGO 125 Lightweight
    • Swing-away detachable footrests with heel loop
    • High-grade/Padded nylon flame retardent upholstery
    • Push to lock wheel breaks
    As low as $860.00
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  9. Karman  Ergo S-115 Lightweight
    S-ERGO-115 Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair
    • Ergonomic Handrims & S-Shape Ergonomic Seating System
    • Fixed armrest w/ wider concave armpads
    • Swing In & Away Footrests
    As low as $695.00
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  10. Karman S-105 Ergo Lightweight
    S-105 Ergo Lightweight
    • Pouch for carrying small items attached to upholstery behind backrest
    • Folding backrest/ folding seat for transporting vehicle or travel
    • Fixed armrest with wider concaved armpads
    As low as $625.00
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You or a loved one may find yourself in need of a wheelchair at some point in your life. Whether you need assistance due to a temporary injury or you need to rely on the chair due to old age or a progressive condition, wheelchairs are one of the most common mobility aids available today.


The idea behind the wheelchair is simple – the chair is usually constructed with two larger wheels and two smaller wheels so that the user can self-propel the chair with their hands. Wheelchairs often feature handles so that another person can push the chair, and some wheelchairs are battery powered so that the user can control them by means of a joystick.


As you delve into the world of wheelchairs, you'll quickly find that there are many varieties of chairs, each built for a different purpose. Transport wheelchairs are built so as to only be pushed by an assistant, while sport wheelchairs are created to be easy to quickly maneuver so that the user can participate in sports activities. Reclining wheelchairs increase user comfort and help to avoid pressure sores, while standing wheelchairs provide an entirely different positioning.


You may find that you have very specific preferences for what you want in your wheelchair, and that's okay – many wheelchairs have options which allow you to semi-customize the chair. Different styles of foot pads and leg supports are available, and many of them swing away for easy access to the chair. Some supports are removable so that you can decide what support you want and need, and many chairs offer various wheel positions for improved handling and ease of use.


Wheelchairs are designed to be easy to handle and maneuver, and with a little practice you're sure to settle into your new wheelchair.