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Drive Medical Rebel Lightweight Wheelchair
The Drive Medical Rebel Lightweight Wheelchair has a foldable back and frame to fit almost any trunk.
ITEM#: 14755729The Rebel Lightweight Wheelchair by Drive Medical is the perfect solution for those looking for a very portable and high strength wheelchair in one convenient box. The unit comes standard with quick release rear wheels which allows you to easily remove the large wheels on the back to fit tighter storing places. The Rebel Lightweight Wheelchair's back and frame are also foldable to fit almost any trunk and the swing away footrests are easily removed for convenient storage. The arm rests flip up to make transferring easy, fast and safer. The Rebel Wheelchair is lightweight and very maneuverable making it extremely easy to turn in even the tightest areas. All of this and more makes the Rebel one of the best solutions for people who are always on the go and need a wheelchair.
- Quick-release rear wheels allow for easy storage or transport
- Fold-down back and folding frame allows transport in almost any trunk
- Easily removable swing-away footrests are also convenient for storage
- Tool-free removable front casters
- Desk-style armrests make transfers easy and accessibility better
- Lightweight and extremely maneuverable, easy to navigate tight areas
- Large accommodating seating surface
- Package includes: Wheelchair, Front Riggings, Owner's Manual
- Intended use: Mobility Aid
- Brand: Drive Medical
- Size: Universal
- Materials: Steel
- Weight capacity: 300 lbs
- Dimensions: 43 inches long x 25.5 inches wide x 35 inches high
|Chair Back Height||Standard|
|Wheelchair Weight||Heavy - 35+ lbs.|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
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The wheelchair was easy to assemble and is easy to load and unload in the trunk of the car. Especially helpful is the quick disconnect on the large wheels. The wheelchair is light enough to load with the wheels on, but if you have to lift it higher it's much easier to quick disconnect at least on wheel. Great product. Thanks Overstock.com.Read More
Love, love love this wheelchair! Just took it on vacation and it is well built and easy to transport. Cool look with the black and red.Read More
The only problem: no assembly directions. Common Sense should do the job.Read More
It's a nice basic wheelchair. beautiful colors. the arm rest are sturdy enough. one cracked the first time i lifted myself out of the chair.Read More
The Drive Rebel wheelchair is comfortable and moves very easily, nice turn radius and super easy to assemble, with its red and black frame it's also stylish. It compacts easily for transporting. The seat is wider and much more comfortable than my last wheelchair and I appreciate that.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hi 1yndy, this chair does not have brakes, but does have wheel locks. Thanks for shopping with us! Sherri R.
What is the weight limit for this wheelchair?
The weight limit is 250 pounds.
be aware, the arm rests are plastic and easy to crack when supporting weight.
Can you remove the foot rest?
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