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Removable Arm

Transport Wheelchairs Removable Arms

Transport Chairs with detachable/removable or flip-back arms. Both detachable and flip-back arms are designed for easier lateral transfers. Most chairs in this category have Desk-Length arms, a shorter arm that allows rolling up to a desk or table. All are folding-frame chairs and are available in 17" and 19" seat widths.

Transport Chairs ship free and do not require assembly.



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    Aluminum Transport Wheelchair
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    Lightweight chair includes flip-up arms and adjustable length footrests.
    • weighs 14.5-lbs
    • 19" Seat width
    • 250-lb weight capacity
    ( 1 )
    Nova Comet 352 Transport Wheelchair
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    Removable arms, larger 12" rear wheels with locking hand-brakes.
    • 19"W x 17"D seat
    • fold-down back
    • weighs 28-lbs.
    • 300-lb weight capacity
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    Nova Comet 349 Transport Wheelchair
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    Desk-length removable arms. Folding chair is lightweight, fits in any car trunk.
    • 18.5"W x 16"D seat
    • fold-down back
    • weighs 22-lbs.
    • 300 lbs. weight capacity
    ( 1 )
    Heavy-Duty Transport Wheelchair
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    Wider seat and more weight capacity. Includes removable armrests. Large 12" rear wheels ensure smooth ride and are easier to push. Locking Handbrakes offer additional safety.
    • weighs 27-lbs
    • 21.5" Seat width
    • 12" rear wheels
    • 400-lb weight capacity
    Bariatric Transport Wheelchair
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    Heavy-Duty Transport, 12" rear wheels work well on any terrain. Fold-down back and swingaway footrests. Removable arms can be reversed.
    • 20" & 22" seat widths
    • 12" rear wheels
    • 450-lb weight capacity
    ( 2 )
Removable/Drop Arm Transport Chairs

Removable-Arm Transport Wheelchairs are preferred by users that must perform a lateral transfer into or out of the chair. Some use a transfer board into the seat while others may simply slide into the seat. In either case, anyone transferring into the chair by themselves may require this type of arm arrangement for the lateral transfer.

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