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Wheelchair - 16-inch Lightweight by Nova
Wheelchair - 16-inch Lightweight by Nova
Nova 7160LE with Added Elevating LegRests
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Nova Lightweight Wheelchair, 16-Inch Lightweight with Flip-Back Arms


The Nova Lightweight Wheelchair (7160L) is 16 inches wide, comes equipped with flip-back desk arms, swing away foot-rests. Optional Model 7160LE adds Elevating Leg-Rests.

It also features Hammertone Finish, dual axle positions for adjusting seat-height and flame retardant upholstery. 24" rear wheels allow the user to self-propel. Wheelchair accessories are available.

Key Wheelchair Features:
  • Hammertone finish
  • Flip back desk arms
  • Dual axle positions for seat height conversion
  • Swing-away Foot-Rests
  • Optional Elevating Leg-Rests
  • Back pocket
  • Black nylon flarme-retardant upholstery
  • Includes anti-tippers
TO ORDER: Select Options and Click "Add-to-Cart"
Specifications
Seat Height: Height: 20 inches | W x D: 16 x 16 inches
Back Height: 16.5 inches (from seat)
Foot-Rests Standard: Swing-Away Type
Leg-Rests Optional
Arm Type: Detachable/Desk (full-desk-detachable)
Arm Dimensions: Between Arms:16¼ in. | Above Seat:10½ in.
Back Pocket Dimensions: W x H: 10 x 8½ inches
Overall Dimensions - Extended H x W x D: 36¼ x 23 x 31½ inches
Overall Dimensions - Folded: H x W: 36¼ x 11¾ x 30½ inches
Wheel Size: Rear: 24 inches | Front: 8 inches
Front Forks Adjustable
Seat Belt: Optional
Unit Weight: 32 lbs.
Weight Carry Capacity: 300 lbs.
Finish "Hammertone"
Wheel Materials Rear: Poly Urathane | Front: PVC
Other Materials: Frame:Steel | Upholstery:Nylon | Latex-Free
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