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Ultralight Folding Portable Shock Absorption Transport Wheelchai

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Product description

Size:Frame upgrade

Lightweight aluminum structure, very durable and very suitable for adult to use.The front wheel is double-spring damping, making it more stable on the road. Double shock-absorbing springs make it more comfortable to implement without taking the road. The thickened shock absorber spring has sufficient elasticity, strong shock absorption and strong load-bearing capacity, and can smoothly pass through bumps on the road and ride comfortably. Non-inflatable tires calmly face any road surface. The backrest is tilted back by 5 degrees, and the seat cushion is lifted up by 3 degrees, sharing the pressure of the waist and lumbar spine, providing a comfortable riding experience. The design of an enlarged storage bag on the back makes it convenient to carry small items when going out. The new brake lock system is stylish, light, comfortable and labor-saving. The humanized design of the armrests can be turned up to facilitate getting on and off the wheelchair. Intimate safety belts provide an extra layer of safety protection for your family and travel with peace of mind. The user can fold the footrest according to his own situation to facilitate getting on and off the wheelchair.
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Sizing amp; Weight Information
Total weight: 7.5kg, 8kg, 8.2kg, 8.5kg
Bearing weight: 100kg
Unfolded (length x width x height): 88x74x52cm, 87x76x48cm, 81x80x50cm, 98x83x48cm
Folding (L x W x H): 75x50x30cm, 71x65x28cm, 75x50x30cm, 30x48x75cm
Wheels: 5 inch front wheel and 8 inch rear wheel(basic, upgrade and shock absorption), 6 inch front wheel and 8 inch rear wheel(frame upgrade and tire upgrade)
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Ultralight Folding Portable Shock Absorption Transport Wheelchai

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