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Karman Healthcare KN-880 | 20 Inch Seat Reclining Wheelchair with Removable Armrest and Elevating Legrest

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Product Overview

The Karman KN-880-WE reclining back wheelchair is the most economical, high-quality reclining wheelchair on the market today. Elevating leg rests and anti-tippers are included as standard options at an already very low price.

Also included in this low-priced, premium wheelchair are great options such as a full 180 degree reclining range and padded, detachable armrests with side panels. For value, the Karman reclining back wheelchair can’t be beaten.


  • Folding chrome-plated steel frame
  • 180° full reclining back with anti-tippers
  • Padded detachable full armrests
  • Detachable elevating footrests
  • 24” x 1” flat-free mag wheels
  • 8” x 1” flat-free casters
  • Adjustable length leg supports & footplate
  • High-grade flame retardant vinyl upholstery


                  HCPCS Code K0003, K0195, E1226, E0971*
                  Seat Width 16 inch., 18 inch., 20 inch.
                  Seat Depth 16 inch.
                  Seat Height  20 inch.
                  Back Height 29 inch.
                  Overall Height 49 inch.
                  Overall Open Width 23 inch., 25 inch., 27 inch.
                  Weight Without Riggings 50 lbs., 52 lbs.
                  Weight Capacity 250 lb., 300 lb.
                  Shipping Dimensions 37″ L x 37″ H x 14″ W

                  We do not accept medicare or insurance as payment.

                  However, we do offer PayPal and Shop Pay as a payment option.

                  You can finance and pay low monthly payments. There are options for weekly or bi-monthly payments depending on your credit profile.

                  Medicare and other insurance companies make it difficult for you to obtain a mobility scooter or power wheelchair. The process can take up to six months before approval.

                  To obtain a power wheelchair or mobility scooter through Medicare, you must prove to a doctor that you are not able to ambulate (walk or move around), even with assistance devices such as a walker, rollator, cane, etc.

                  This process can keep you from being able to travel, or move around freely for months; therefore, it's best to pay for the product via a payment option if you do not have the ability to pay it all at once.