Drive Medical Economy Steel Transport Chair is solidly well built with steel construction yet weighs only 23 pounds. This Steel Transport Chair is available in the following two size options: 17" and 19" seat widths and in the following two color options: Blue and Silver Vein. The transport chair comes standard standard swing-away footrests. The back on the transport wheelchair folds down for easy storage. The padded armrests provide patient comfort and the nylon upholstery is durable and easy to clean.
The safety features of the Drive Medical Economy Steel Transport Chair include a user operated brake and a seat belt. This transport chair comes with a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
Drive Medical Economy Steel Transport Chair Features & Benefits
- Comes with seat belt for added safety.
- Padded armrests provide additional comfort.
- 8" casters in front and rear.
- Comes with attractive nylon upholstery that is durable and easy to clean.
- Standard rear wheel locks.
- Comes with upholstery handles to fold chair.
Drive Medical Economy Steel Transport Chair Specifications (product ID # TR37E)
- Width: 18" (closed 8")
- Height: 39"
- Length: 51" (with riggings 33")
- Seat Width: 17"
- Seat Depth: 16"
- Back Height: 18"
- Seat Height: 19"
- Weight (gross): 26 lbs.
- Maximum Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
- Drive Medical Economy Steel Transport Chair Warranty: Limited Lifetime
Drive Medical Economy Steel Transport Chair ComparisonSeat WidthSeat DepthOpen WidthClosed WidthHeightSeat To Floor HeightBack HeightOverall LengthWeightWeight Limit
TR37E17"16"18"8"39"19"18"33"26 lbs.300 lbs. TR39E19"16"20"8"39"19"18"33"26 lbs.250 lbs.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Drive Medical
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsAre the footrest removable, do they lock in place and are they adjustable?
Are the tires plastic or rubber?Question by: Nancy M on Jun 30, 2016 3:38:00 PMThe footrest are removable but it takes some effort. They can swing outward to offer standing room but isn't height adjustable. The wheels are plastic.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Nov 15, 2016 9:35:00 AM