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Pollywog Wheelchair and Transport Chair by Drive

Pollywog Wheelchair and Transport Chair by Drive

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The Drive Medical Pollywog Wheelchair and Transport Chair is one of the most innovative mobility aids ever due to its wheel replacement ability. A revolutionary mobility
Item# Description Size Price
TR16

Pollywog Wheelchair/Transport Chair 16 Inch Seat Width

Each

$435.74

$306.00
TR18

Pollywog Wheelchair/Transport Chair 18 Inch Seat Width

Each

$435.74

$306.00
TR20

Pollywog Wheelchair/Transport Chair 20 Inch Seat Width

Each

$453.90

$318.75
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The Drive Medical Pollywog Wheelchair and Transport Chair is one of the most innovative mobility aids ever due to its wheel replacement ability. A revolutionary mobility aid combines a full-size wheelchair and a transport chair into one multi-purpose chair.

This lightweight wheelchair weighs only 29 lbs. making it about 20 pounds lighter than most wheelchairs. It is one of the lightest full-size wheelchairs on the market today. The Drive Drive Medical Pollywog Wheelchair and Transport Chair features both 24" and 8" rear wheels. The larger rear wheels remove with a simple push of a button turning it into a transport chair.

This wheelchair also features removable armrest for easy transfers. The back rest folds back enabling you to lean back to wash your hair, grooming, etc. It comes standard with swing away foot rests with composite footplates and heel loops. The Drive Pollywog Transport Wheelchair is equipped with dual brakes for use as wheelchair or transport chair.

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Manufacturer Drive Medical
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The Cadillac of Transport Wheelchairs
Very versatile with the interchangeable rear wheels. While not as light as other transport wheelchairs, it more than makes up for this deficit by its stability on uneven terrain and curbs with its big rear wheels. Does not feel at all flimsy as some ultra light transport wheelchairs feel. Smaller wheels come in handy for tighter spaces to be navigated. Big rear wheels give the option for the user to self-propel. It's the best.
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Review by igotrocks / (Posted on 2/22/2014)
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