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Freedom Transport Chair

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Freedom Transport Chair

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$280.00
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The Excel Freedom Transport Chair weighs only 14.8 lbs- almost 25% lighter than standard transport chairs. The Excel Freedom Chair also features breathable nylon upholstery, an attractive colored frame and comfortable, “restaurant-style” arms (so you can pull up to tables and eat comfortably).


The Excel Freedom Transport Chair that weights only 14.8 lbs- almost 25% lighter than standard transport chairs. The Freedom Chair features breathable nylon upholstery, an attractive burgundy aluminum frame, and Comfortable, "restaurant-style" arms (so you can pull up to tables and eat comfortably). The transport chair not only has a fold-down back but is foldable for easy transport. The backside of the chair contains a key ring and multiple pockets for your billfold or iPod, cell phone, drinking bottle, and identification tag while there is a cup holder on the front for the passenger.

Weighs only 14.8 pounds (25% lighter than competitors)
Breathable nylon upholstery
Cup holder on front of chair (for patient)
Backside of chair contains: key ring and multiple pockets for your billfold or iPod, cell phone, drinking bottle, and identification tag
Fold-down back for easy transport
Comfortable, "restaurant-style" arms (so you can pull up to tables and eat comfortably)
Seat belt for added safety

Lightweight - only 14.8 lbs (17 lbs. with footrests).
6" front casters, 8" rear wheels.
Seat Width: 19"
Seat Depth: 16"
Seat Distance from Floor: 18"
Arm Height from Seat: 8.5"
Arm Height from Floor: 26.5"
Overall Height: 34"
Overall Width - Opened: 22.75"
Overall Width - Closed: 8"
Overall Height - Closed/Folded: 28"
Weight: 14.8 lbs
Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
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