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Aidapt Deluxe Transport Aluminium Pink Wheelchair - £136.50 Click & Collect @ Argos

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£136.50 WAS £220.00

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With height adjustable leg rests and heel loops you can make yourself as comfortable as possible in this deluxe pink wheelchair. The anatomical push handles with airflow make it easy and more comfortable for the person pushing it too. The outside has a highly durable paint finish a half folding backrest with a seat belt for easy folding and deluxe padded easy clean upholstery. Fixed PU armrests add to the comfort and the puncture-proof rear wheels and castors and the easy to use dual brake system add to the safety. 5 year frame warranty.

Features an extremely compact and lightweight aluminium frame. Folds in seconds to go in the boot of your car, coach or aeroplane, making it ideal for shopping, day trips or holidays.

At just over 22Lb in weight (without leg rests) and with a carrying weight of up to 18 stones, this a must for users who want to be independent. With the leg rests removed this wheelchair is only 10kg in weight.

  • Folds for transportation and storage.
  • Puncture-proof tyres.
  • Adjustable footrest.
  • Padded seat.
  • Padded backrest.
  • Folding backrest, removable leg rest.
  • 12.2in wheels.
  • Overall width when open 56cm.
  • Width when folded 24cm.
  • Height to seat 50cm.
  • Height of backrest 41cm.
  • Seat width 45cm.
  • Depth of seat 41cm.
  • Max user weight 115kg (18.1st).
  • Parking brakes.
  • Weight of chair 10kg.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year frame guarantee.
  • EAN: 5021196725824.
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    That’s a bit on the expensive side for that type of wheelchair, guess it’s because it’s pink, but the reason for commenting is, I cant see anywhere on the page that mentions VAT, but most disabled equipment should be VAT exempt, you may need to fill in a form to get a refund, hope that helps.
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    Nice one Stan,
    Just got one and used the £5 off voucher.

    Wolfout, The VAT thing is a big con anyway. e.g. some stores will have a disability aid at a certain price and will give you the option of saving the VAT. Other stores will have the disability aid at the reduced price anyway. I don't think it's a bad price for the wheelchair considering it's light and foldable. My Daughter had a wheelchair from 'Wheelchair services' (basically an NHS one). It was made out of scaffold poles and weighted a ton. It did not even fold up enough to fit into a small car. We just donated it to her special needs school. Saying that, I'm sure your comment will help somebody with higher priced disability equipment purchases as the saving could run into hundreds of pounds. So nice one to you too.