New lower price Puncture Proof Self Propel Folding Portable Propelled Wheelchair with Mag Wheels £57.99 delivered @ ebay - betterlife-from-lloydspharmacy
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New lower price Puncture Proof Self Propel Folding Portable Propelled Wheelchair with Mag Wheels £57.99 delivered @ ebay - betterlife-from-lloydspharmacy

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Found 17th Jun 2016
Our new Self Propel Wheelchair has been designed as a cost effective, entry item for wheelchair users with an excellent value price of only £57.99 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 wheelsComfortable plastic hand rim on self propel wheelsSolid, puncture proof wheelsSwing away footrestsParking brakesPadded armrestsEasy, wipe clean upholsteryBackrest storage pocket17” Seat widthFolded 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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Put a sound system with a sub on it and you're good to go.
I get the feeling every bump will be felt
I might get one so the other half can wheel me home from the pub. After all, she's always pushing me around and talking behind my back.
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I want that one
I don't like it.
yeah I know
think I might get one now at this price and put it on the loft for my dotage.
can't be too long now
This is handy for getting discount to top attractions and priority on public transport
Edited by: "jb66" 17th Jun 2016
he's dead Jim...........did I get this right?
Same as Joe Swansons
What sort of MPG can you get from this baby?
Can you get a bell fitted aka Hector Salamanca?
Jokes aside I have a mother with mobility issues,are these ok?
wilson1973

Jokes aside I have a mother with mobility issues,are these ok?


Got one of these for my mum last time the dealwas on, and she said its quite uncomfortable on bumps. Its her first one so it might just be that she isnt used to a wheel chair.
POWYSWALES

My other deal yesterday is so close to going hot, can you give it a … My other deal yesterday is so close to going hot, can you give it a little boost for me please http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/binoculars-10x50-need-collimating-3-94-delivered-ebay-officialpresence-2465421?p=28233792



I actually ordered a pair yesterday after seeing your deal. I don't think they'll be selling out quickly so I was going to wait to see how they were before voting hot or cold. If they're terrible and I'm not able to adjust them to a point they're usable then it'll be a waste of £4 and time and effort. If they turn out to be usable then heat it will be.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 17th Jun 2016
What size of motor does it have?
I could spend my benefits on this and increase my benefits.

Isn't a "Self Propel Portable Propelled Wheelchair" also more commonly known as a "Wheelchair"?
Banned
You need some ballsack dangly lights from bangood. Only a fiver and you look even more like a creepy old man
wilson1973

Jokes aside I have a mother with mobility issues,are these ok?

for those with genuine need, British Red Cross hire wheelchairs out, apparently for no charge.
handy to push someone I know, once and forever, the way I wish by the traffic light and on a busy fast road
Bought two of these for the parents, to go alongside the coffins I bought a couple of years ago: hotukdeals.com/dea…576

This way I can plan cheaply for all eventualities! Heat!
davemhaynes

for those with genuine need, British Red Cross hire wheelchairs out, … for those with genuine need, British Red Cross hire wheelchairs out, apparently for no charge.



Some centres charge. Normally its a suggested donation.
Beetplek

Got one of these for my mum last time the dealwas on, and she said its … Got one of these for my mum last time the dealwas on, and she said its quite uncomfortable on bumps. Its her first one so it might just be that she isnt used to a wheel chair.



Wheelchairs are terribly uncomfortable. First priority with any is a proper cushion, spoiled for choice on ebay.
I'll get this and a sink plunger, I'm going to pretend I'm Davros, I've got the face for the job.
fishmaster

I'll get this and a sink plunger, I'm going to pretend I'm Davros, I've … I'll get this and a sink plunger, I'm going to pretend I'm Davros, I've got the face for the job.



Bobby Davros?
nihcaj

Wheelchairs are terribly uncomfortable. First priority with any is a … Wheelchairs are terribly uncomfortable. First priority with any is a proper cushion, spoiled for choice on ebay.


Definitely needs a padded wheelchair cushion. For those with a genuine daily need, I would not suggest buying this, the design is terrible and outdated, and it appears to be heavy and clunky. It doesn't even have footstraps either, you'll have to remove that strap behind the ankle position just to fold away the footrest, imagine doing that with someone sitting down.
VAT has to be added to this price if you are not eligible for vat relief, so price is a bit misleading on the ebay advert
jb66

This is handy for getting discount to top attractions and priority on … This is handy for getting discount to top attractions and priority on public transport


Really? I've never found anything "handy" about being in a wheelchair.
Bunglistik

Definitely needs a padded wheelchair cushion. For those with a genuine … Definitely needs a padded wheelchair cushion. For those with a genuine daily need, I would not suggest buying this, the design is terrible and outdated, and it appears to be heavy and clunky. It doesn't even have footstraps either, you'll have to remove that strap behind the ankle position just to fold away the footrest, imagine doing that with someone sitting down.



It is fine for occasional use, (with a cushion!) rather like how I use one - very short distances: I walk with crutches, longer distances: I usually use a demountable mobility scooter carried in my car boot, (but still heavy to reassemble) on other occasions (as I can't self-propel due to wrist and shoulder problems), for occasional use where a scooter isn't very convenient and when I need a seat that is mobile I use a transit type wheelchair (IF I have someone who can push me) simply as it is fold-able and relatively easy to put out of the way, and a lot lighter than the scooter.
Either way something like this is cheap enough for a temporary incapacity such as someone with say, a broken ankle, I think I paid as much for a second hand one, so you would probably get most of it back on ebay when you were finished!

Maybe good to leave at a relatives house if you are slightly ambulant and visited often but didn't want to lug a chair about each time?

If you are "living" in one all day, this isn't going to do the job at all.
fiestasteve44

VAT has to be added to this price if you are not eligible for vat relief, … VAT has to be added to this price if you are not eligible for vat relief, so price is a bit misleading on the ebay advert



Other than a broken leg which is usually going to get better, give me a sensible reason why you would be buying one if you are NOT disabled and therefore eligible?

I can assure you they make lousy lounge furniture.
nihcaj

It is fine for occasional use, (with a cushion!) rather like how I use … It is fine for occasional use, (with a cushion!) rather like how I use one - very short distances: I walk with crutches, longer distances: I usually use a demountable mobility scooter carried in my car boot, (but still heavy to reassemble) on other occasions (as I can't self-propel due to wrist and shoulder problems), for occasional use where a scooter isn't very convenient and when I need a seat that is mobile I use a transit type wheelchair (IF I have someone who can push me) simply as it is fold-able and relatively easy to put out of the way, and a lot lighter than the scooter. Either way something like this is cheap enough for a temporary incapacity such as someone with say, a broken ankle, I think I paid as much for a second hand one, so you would probably get most of it back on ebay when you were finished!Maybe good to leave at a relatives house if you are slightly ambulant and visited often but didn't want to lug a chair about each time?If you are "living" in one all day, this isn't going to do the job at all.


Absolutely right, and the point I was making; it's ok for occasional use for someone who does not rely upon mobility aids to get around with on a daily basis, an occupational therapist would probably be a better idea for those that do, and they would measure and fit the wheelchair according to your needs.

jayeyedee

Really? I've never found anything "handy" about being in a wheelchair.



I dread the day when I won't be able to drive, as most public transport is already impossible for me now, and I can still walk short distances!

I seem to be missing out on all these marvellous attractions too. Can someone post a list? I can just about manage a near empty supermarket when the disabled bays are not full of the able-bodied in BMWs, 4 wheel drive cars and builders vans, and even then only with electric power, but I was hoping for something a bit more entertaining, mind you it has to be short as I can't sit for long spells.
nihcaj

I dread the day when I won't be able to drive, as most public transport … I dread the day when I won't be able to drive, as most public transport is already impossible for me now, and I can still walk short distances! I seem to be missing out on all these marvellous attractions too. Can someone post a list? I can just about manage a near empty supermarket when the disabled bays are not full of the able-bodied in BMWs, 4 wheel drive cars and builders vans, and even then only with electric power, but I was hoping for something a bit more entertaining, mind you it has to be short as I can't sit for long spells.


I suggest those that say or think wheelchair life is a breeze, buy this and spend a week relying upon it to get around with on public transport, go to the cinema, shopping, school, work - everything you'd normally do and let us all know how much fun you really had...
How did I know there would be silly laddish jokes on this thread? People show their maturity by going giddy and cracking jokes about wheelchairs.
wilson1973

Jokes aside I have a mother with mobility issues,are these ok?



This is just for short term use really, it won't be comfortable for long spells. Also these wheelchairs are for people to self propel. If you will only be pushing your Mum and she won't self propel then get one with 4 small wheels. My son gets his from the NHS, we don't have large wheels as he would wheel himself away when we are out or he would risk putting his hands down and catching his fingers.

This is very cheap for something that you would rely on, personally I'd buy it for a little use here and there but decent chairs cost a lot more than this. As with most things you get what you pay for I guess.
These are actually very good as ad hoc dollies for filmmaking.
OK for a few weeks, but its a bone rattler , solid tyres provide no comfort at all
Is there a wheelchair that caters for more than 100kg
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