TRANSPORT WHEELCHAIRS CANADA

Featuring a sturdy and high-quality materials, our transport wheelchair canada can be easily folded up and stored in your vehicle's trunk with total convenience.

Be it hand brakes, comfortable seating, safety, strength, maneuverability,  detachable arm or leg rests, fold-down back or in-chair storage space – each of our wheelchairs comes with all the necessary features to make your life easy going from all angles.

With these chairs, you will not require anyone's assistance, instead will be able to move around safely and freely anywhere you go.

They are a perfect pick for any kind of quick trip either to the store, visiting a doctor, or any other important work.

Ranging from travel wheelchairs to lightest transport wheelchairs, easy mobility transfer chairs, adult wheelchairs, steel wheelchairs, and aluminum wheelchairs – we have got all kinds of transport wheelchairs ready for you.

Here in Function At Home, you don't have to worry about the prices of wheelchairs.

 

As we have estimated each of the wheelchair prices in such a way that everyone can comfortably buy this product without having to worry about crossing the budget.

Just choose the wheelchair transport you want to buy and leave the rest to us. From packaging the best foldable wheelchair to ensuring timely delivery – we take care of everything!

Our transport wheelchair price range starts from as low as $149.99. In case of any issues or having trouble to understand any specifications, make sure to get in touch with us. Our expert teams are always available 24/7 to help you whenever you require.

Our Transport chairs start at $149.99. Please contact us for more details.

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STEEL TRANSPORT CHAIR - 17 OR 19 INCH

# TR39E-SV

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ALUMINUM TRANSPORT CHAIR - 17 OR 19 INCH

# ATC17-BK

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LIGHTWEIGHT EXPEDITION ALUMINUM TRANSPORT CHAIR

# EXP19LTRD

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BARIATRIC STEEL TRANSPORT CHAIR

# BTR22-R

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POLY-FLY HIGH STRENGTH, LIGHTWEIGHT WHEELCHAIR/FLYWEIGHT TRANSPORT CHAIR COMBO

# TR20

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BLUE STREAK WHEELCHAIR

BLS16FBD-ELR

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SILVER SPORT 2 WHEELCHAIR

SSP216DDA-ELR

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VIPER PLUS GT WHEELCHAIR

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have a look at the below queries that people tend to have regarding the transport wheelchair:

How do I know what size wheelchair to buy?

In case your resident is under 5'5" tall, go for the Hemic size wheelchair that comes with a 17½" seat height. While for the resident in between the range 5'5" and 6'2", the adult size wheelchair having a seat height of 19½" to 20½" is preferable. On the other hand, for the resident more than 6′2″ tall, they must pick a tall size wheelchair coming with a 21½" seat height range.

What is the difference between a transport wheelchair and a standard wheelchair?

The main difference between a transport chair and a standard wheelchair is their wheels. The transport chair comes with smaller wheels and is made for people who cannot use manual wheelchairs. While for wheelchairs, they are constructed with larger-sized wheels for users to be able to propel themselves.

How many pounds is a transport wheelchair?

Although there is no specific estimation, however, a standard transport chair tends to weigh around 20 pounds, while some ultra-lightweight can be found within 15 pounds. And in case it comes with more features, then ultimately the weight will also get higher, weighing more than 35 pounds based on your model.

Are transport wheelchairs hard to push?

Transport wheelchairs come with less maneuverability, ultimately making them tougher to push, especially in tight areas. This happens mainly due to its larger size and weight, depending on the kind of your wheelchair.

Are transport wheelchairs hard to push?

Some key features to look at while heading to buy a transport wheelchair are size and dimension, whether it has easy storage and folding facility or not, wheels are durable or not, doesn't it offer the exact back support or not, comfortable seating or not, user-operated brakes, etc.