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Transport Wheelchair - ProBasics
Transport Wheelchair - ProBasics
Roscoe Transport chair shown in BurgundyPadded Backrest with Padded Push HandleSafe and Easy Loop-Lock BrakesFootrests Fold Up when not in UseWheel LocksConvenient and Safe Zippered Pouch for Personal Belongings
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ProBasics Aluminum Transport Wheelchair


Get the functionality of a rollator plus the convenience of a transport chair with the ProBasics Aluminum Transport Rollator.

• Removable Footrests
• Handy Back-Release Hinge Allows The Back To Fold Down
• Padded Full-Length Permanent Armrests
Ergonomic Loop-Style Hand Brakes 
• Large Durable Wheels – Rolls Easily on Grass
• Lightweight Aluminum Frame - Only 27 lbs.
• 5 Year Warranty on Welds & Cross Brace
• One Year Warranty on Upholstery & Wheel Locks

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Manufacturer Roscoe Medical
Seat WxD: 19 x 16 in. - Heigth: 19 in. - Padded
Brakes Loop Style – Squeeze to Stop; Push to Lock.
Wheels 12 in. Non-marking
Weight-Bearing Capacity 300 lbs.
Weight 27 lbs.
HCPCS Code E1038
Features Benefits
Padded Seamless Seat - Padded Backrest Comfort & Support While Seated - Convenience
Ergonomic Hand-Brakes Safey - Control
Light-weight (27 lbs.) Convenient For Transport And Storage
Large Wheels Ideal for Outdoor Terrain - Steers Easily
Extra Strong, Durable Frame 300 lbs. Weight-Bearing Capacity
Attractive Colors Burgundy and Blue
Warranty: 5 Years on Welds & Cross Brace One Year Warranty on Upholstery and Wheel Locks
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