Medline Excel Extra-Wide Wheelchair, 24" Wide Seat, Desk-Length Removable Arms, Elevating Legrests, Chrome Frame
- Easy-to-clean navy vinyl upholstery
- Chart pocket on back
- Desk length removable arm style and elevating leg rest that features a notched, stainless steel ratchet bar to lock them in place
- Hemi height-adjustable axles raise and lower seat 2" (5.08 cm)
- Weight capacity: 500 pounds; Seat size 24" x 18" (61 cm x 46 cm)
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Top Customer Reviews
The only thing I don't like about wheelchairs is they are heavy. They weigh about 50 pounds. Kind of hard to get in and out of a car. The other thing I don't like about wheelchairs is they are so wide. I bought this Medline extra large wheelchair 24" and its so wide. The seat area is 24" wide. But when you measure from the outside of the wheels the chair is 33" total width. This make it almost impossible to use in a home. Your doors in the house are not that wide.
This wheelchair will last you a lifetime. The only thing that can wear out is the seats start to tear after allot of usage. They are easy to replace. It was made in China ?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I needed a wheelchair fast due to an injury and I needed a heavy duty one wide enough to be comfortable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laura Bieniek
Bought this chair for my mother, she loves it. Be aware of doorway measurements, this is a wide chair.Published 9 months ago by Kris
Wonderful chair, especially for the reasonable price. It is well made and very, very sturdy. My only concern is how the large wheels will hold up over time. Read morePublished 17 months ago by JulieV
Very sturdy. Folds up nicely for transport. I recommend this chair.Published 19 months ago by William R. Haliburton