Tilt n' Space

  1. Spring Tilt-in-Space High Back Wheelchair
    Spring Tilt-in-Space High Back Wheelchair
    • Axles 80.000000
    • Width 80.000000
    • Seat to Ground 80.000000
    • Weight 80 lbs
    • Weight Capacity 300 lbs
    The Spring Tilt-in-Space High Back Wheelchair from Heartway USA is a manually operated wheelchair, constructed with a durable aluminum frame and capable of carrying a maximum patient weight of 300 lb.
    As low as $1,499.00

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  2. Karman VIP515 Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair
    VIP515 Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair
    • Axles 33.000000
    • Width 33.000000
    • Seat to Ground 33.000000
    • Weight 33 lbs
    • Weight Capacity 250 lbs
    The VIP515 Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair features a 0-35 degree weight shifting center of gravity adjustment so the chair can safely tilt back for a change in position.
    As low as $1,619.00

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  3. Roll-in Buddy with Tilt Chair
    Roll-in Buddy with Tilt Chair
    • Axles 49.000000
    • Width 22.5"
    • Seat to Ground 49.000000
    • Weight 49 lbs
    • Weight Capacity 350 lbs
    The Roll-in Buddy with Tilt Chair features a revolutionary tilt option which makes bathing more thorough and easier, increasing overall bath safety.
    $1,866.00

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  4. Med-Mizer FlexTilt Tilt-In-Space Chair
    FlexTilt Tilt-In-Space Chair
    • Axles 75.000000
    • Width 22.5"
    • Seat to Ground 75.000000
    • Weight 75 lbs
    • Weight Capacity 350 lbs
    We are proud to introduce you to Med-Mizer’s first tilt-in-space recline chair, the FlexTilt. We have incorporated our customers and clinicians feedback to create a Tilt-In-Space solution for you residents
    $2,539.00

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  5. HumanCare H-250 Barton Convertible Chair
    H-250 Barton Convertible Chair
    • Axles 65.000000
    • Width 65.000000
    • Seat to Ground 65.000000
    • Weight 65 lbs
    • Weight Capacity 250 lbs
    The H-250 Convertible Chair is a unique device that easily converts from a stretcher to an upright mobile chair in seconds.
    $4,995.00

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If you or a loved one spend large amounts of time in a wheelchair, then you may find a tilt in space wheelchair highly beneficial. Tilt in space wheelchairs are designed to improve user comfort by reclining, shifting your weight and providing you with many health benefits.


When you’re confined to a wheelchair long-term, you face a risk of developing pressure sores because your weight is concentrated on your rear end. Painful muscle cramps may also set in, and your circulation may also be reduced. Additionally, if you have a lower limb injury, you may need to elevate that limb to speed recovery, which isn’t always simple in a traditional wheelchair.


Tilt in space wheelchairs allow the patient to tilt backwards; the seat itself tilts backwards while the lower frame and the wheels remain in place. This simple motion shifts your weight from your buttocks to your back, which can improve your circulation and reduce your chance of developing pressure sores. This tilted position can accommodate many rehabilitation positions, and can help to make you more comfortable while you’re in your wheelchair.


Tilt in space wheelchairs can function in much the same way that a traditional wheelchair does. The wheelchair user can self-propel the chair, and a caregiver can also push the wheelchair. Most tilt in space wheelchairs include a harness to keep the user properly positioned when the seat is tilted back. You’ll also find that these wheelchairs are designed to be sturdy and safe when reclined.


Most tilt in space wheelchairs feature generously padded seats, backrests, and neck supports to maximize comfort during long-term use. Some wheelchairs feature ergonomic design to further increase user comfort and overall wellbeing.


You will find that tilt in space wheelchairs cost quite a bit more than traditional wheelchairs, due to their complex construction. When spending lots of time in a wheelchair, investing in a tilt in space wheelchair can pay off by preserving your health and comfort.