Puncture Proof Self Propel Folding Portable Propelled Wheelchair £58.49 Inc fast delivery at Lloyd's pharmacy eBay. - HotUKDeals
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Puncture Proof Self Propel Folding Portable Propelled Wheelchair £58.49 Inc fast delivery at Lloyd's pharmacy eBay.

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Our new Self Propel Wheelchair has been designed as a cost effective, entry item for wheelchair users with an excellent value price, Although the item is great value, the quality of the chair is not c… Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Our new Self Propel Wheelchair has been designed as a cost effective, entry item for wheelchair users with an excellent value price, Although the item is great value, the quality of the chair is not compromised. As it features some outstanding qualities that are normally found on our more ‘up-market’ models such as puncture proof, solid tyres for maximum durability outdoors and 24” rear mag wheels for a more modern & stylish finish to the wheelchair.
The wheelchair also features some other great qualities such as an easy-clean upholstery, comfortable padded armrests, swing away footrests, parking brakes & a backrest storage pocket.
Features
Stylish design with 24” sports mag wheels
Comfortable plastic hand rim on self propel wheels
Solid, puncture proof wheels
Swing away footrests
Parking brakes
Padded armrests
Easy, wipe clean upholstery
Backrest storage pocket
17” Seat width
Folded width of only 11”

Specifications
Overall Length: 45"" (115cm)
Overall Width: 25” (63cm)
Overall Height: 35” (89cm)
Seat Width: 17” (43cm)
Seat Depth: 16” (40cm)
Folded Width: 11” (27cm)
Rear Wheel Size: 24” (60cm)
Total Weight: 39lbs (17.5kg)
Maximum User Weight: 16 stone (100kgs)
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1 Like #1
These IOC approved?
#2
can you get vat relief on this item?
5 Likes #3
I better stop throwing a stinger in front of wheelchairs then.....
18 Likes #4
I don't like it http://i65.tinypic.com/ip4awx.jpg
10 Likes #5
http://i.imgur.com/EwM3z55.gif
1 Like #6
937666
http://i.imgur.com/EwM3z55.gif


Love the way he swings his arms in the way lol
1 Like #7
gazdoubleu
I don't like it http://i65.tinypic.com/ip4awx.jpg

Epic! :)
1 Like #8
Self propelled, only if on a hill...
#9
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.
2 Likes #10
Just what I need for my trip to Syria!
4 Likes #11
ludwig352
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.


two years and they have yet to see me. its disgraceful. they keep saying they will get back to me and never do
#12
barron201253
Just what I need for my trip to Syria!


Lol
4 Likes #13
This is a wheely good deal
1 Like #14
Solid tyres indoors maybe, outdoors no!
2 Likes #15
Perfect for queue jumping and getting home from the pub in ;)
2 Likes #17
ludwig352
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.

In a dream world, maybe. We had to go to the British Red Cross to get a wheelchair after weeks waiting for one for a disabled relative.
1 Like #18
peeej1978
Self propelled, only if on a hill...
you or gravity propel it, hence, self propelled.
#19
bouncy99
peeej1978
Self propelled, only if on a hill...
you or gravity propel it, hence, self propelled.


In that case, I have a self-driving car. Didn't have to splash out tesla money for it either :P
#20
frakker
ludwig352
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.
In a dream world, maybe. We had to go to the British Red Cross to get a wheelchair after weeks waiting for one for a disabled relative.
You must be unfortunate enough to live in a region where the local provider is struggling. In my region the wait is no more than a fortnight. Guess it's a postcode lottery.
1 Like #21
Great - that's my 1970's TV Detective Fancy Dress Party costume sorted...
#22
s24adm

In that case, I have a self-driving car. Didn't have to splash out tesla money for it either :P

You have one of those Flintstones cars? oO
1 Like #23
Sold out in Liverpool
#24
ludwig352
frakker
ludwig352
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.
In a dream world, maybe. We had to go to the British Red Cross to get a wheelchair after weeks waiting for one for a disabled relative.
You must be unfortunate enough to live in a region where the local provider is struggling. In my region the wait is no more than a fortnight. Guess it's a postcode lottery.

This is where thing's like the National Lottery's 'Postcode Lottery' Scheme can come into it's own too I guess?. :-)

The Disabled in our Community are a good cause too/as any I think?.
#25
I got one of these for my dad and found it to be a false saving. If you want my advice don't ever buy a wheelchair with solid tyres, the slightest bump and your screwed. Also when being pushed if they got a bump or the smallest step it is so difficult to get it over and often causes my dad to nearly fall out. Be aware, buy 1 with inflated tyres.
#26
"...entry item..."

To what exactly? The wonderful world of wheelchairs?
#27
zombiejack
"...entry item..."
To what exactly? The wonderful world of wheelchairs?
No, just means you can get into it.
#28
I had this wheelchair for a while as a spare. It is useless unless you are on flat solid level ground. Any kind of bumps or grass then this will get stuck. They also quite often slip on carpet. Your wheels will spin but you will not go anywhere. They are quite comfortable though so ideal for airports etc... Also the one I had like this, the handles do not fold down which makes it hard to get it in 90% of cars.
For a little more you can get rubber tires wheelchair. Or get a short term loan. Or get a referral to a NHS service. You can get half decent wheelchairs for under £100. Plastic solid wheels are just a nightmare unless it is a flat, smooth surface.
#29
amour3k
ludwig352
frakker
ludwig352
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.
In a dream world, maybe. We had to go to the British Red Cross to get a wheelchair after weeks waiting for one for a disabled relative.
You must be unfortunate enough to live in a region where the local provider is struggling. In my region the wait is no more than a fortnight. Guess it's a postcode lottery.
This is where thing's like the National Lottery's 'Postcode Lottery' Scheme can come into it's own too I guess?. :-)

The Disabled in our Community are a good cause too/as any I think?.


I had to wait seven months. This is how I ended buying one of these. I think the NHS are hoping your'll die before they see you and you won't want one anymore.

Edited By: Guest991145 on Jan 13, 2017 21:30
#30
would this be too big for an 11 year old?
1 Like #31
haritori
would this be too big for an 11 year old?
No should be fine, also at that age they would grow into it fast anyway.
1 Like #32
POWYSWALES
haritori
would this be too big for an 11 year old?
No should be fine, also at that age they would grow into it fast anyway.

Its not a permanent thing..

My son is having an OP on the 23rd he is having both shin bones, cut and turned 20 degrees inwards, he has a massive tibial torsion, and then 18 months later the same op to his thigh bones.. so he has 3 years of being in a wheel chair to look forward too.

so while we are being provided a wheel chair, I was thinking of getting this as a spare incase, for the price I'm thinking it would make sense to have one in the boot at all times.

Edited By: haritori on Jan 14, 2017 00:57: 28 - 18
#33
Guest991145
amour3k
ludwig352
frakker
ludwig352
Or you could just go to your GP and request an assessment by an OT. Guarantee the chair they'd provide will be far better quality than this and they'll take care of maintenance.
In a dream world, maybe. We had to go to the British Red Cross to get a wheelchair after weeks waiting for one for a disabled relative.
You must be unfortunate enough to live in a region where the local provider is struggling. In my region the wait is no more than a fortnight. Guess it's a postcode lottery.
This is where thing's like the National Lottery's 'Postcode Lottery' Scheme can come into it's own too I guess?. :-)
The Disabled in our Community are a good cause too/as any I think?.
I had to wait seven months. This is how I ended buying one of these. I think the NHS are hoping your'll die before they see you and you won't want one anymore.

Sad story, but I hear you ...
#34
zombiejack
"...entry item..."
To what exactly? The wonderful world of wheelchairs?
no cup holder
#35
TesseractOrion
s24adm

In that case, I have a self-driving car. Didn't have to splash out tesla money for it either :P

You have one of those Flintstones cars? oO


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