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Transport Chair - Drive Fly-Lite
Transport Chair - Drive Fly-Lite
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Fly-Lite Aluminum Transport Chair

The Drive Fly-Lite “Transport Chair is a lightweight yet sturdy aluminum transport chair with 300 lbs. carrying capacity.

This Transport Chair folds compactly and weighs less than 17 lbs. (without foot rests), so it's easy to store and transport.


  • Height-adjustable swing-away footrests
  • Comes with handy carry pocket on back
  • Seat Belt for Added Safety
  • 8" casters in rear. 6" casters in front
  • Attractive plaid style nylon upholstery
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Limited Life-Time Warranty
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Seat 19 x 15.5 in. (WxD) | Height: 18 in. | Nylon
Back Height 18 in.
Wheels Rear: 8-inch | Front: 6 -inch | Wheel Locks
Dimensions Folded: 36x9" (HxW) | Open: 33x22"
Weight-Bearing Capacity 300 lbs.
Weight Without Footrests: 16.2 lbs. | With Footrests: 18.9 lbs.
Features Benefits
Folds Easily and Compactly Convenient For Transport And Storage
Adjustable Height, Fold-Up Footrest Comfortable Customized Fit
Large Wheels (Rear) Ideal for Indoor or Outdoor Use | Steers Easily
Wheel Locks Safey - Control
Light Weight (19.5 lbs without footrests) Easy to Maneuver
Durable Frame 300 lbs. Weight-Bearing Capacity
Minimal Assembly Required Easy-to-Follow Instructions Included
Warranty: Frame: Life-Time Non-Durable Components: 6-Month Warranty
Attractive Colors Blue Frame/Blue Plaid Upholstery|Black Frame/ Black/White/Red Plaid Upholstery |Burgundy Frame| Black Upholstery |
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