Karman Healthcare KN-926 | 28 Inch Seat Heavy Duty Wheelchair with Removable Armrest and Adjustable Seat Height
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A wheelchair needs to be built with durability, portability, and comfort in mind. All these attributes are synonymous with our wheelchairs. The KN-926W Bariatric wheelchair (“W” meaning it has an extra-wide seat) fills the gap between the low- and high-end markets, providing an affordable alternative to other wheelchairs.
Constructed out of high-quality steel to ensure durability standards, as well as being able to ride over any obstacles. A mid-to-high weight capacity of 450 lbs., allows for a variety of different sized users that can fit in this chair, making the KN-926W adaptive to consumer needs.
Comes standard with detachable, padded desk armrests, and swing-away footrests. Front casters enhance mobility, aiding users when climbing up elevated surfaces.
- High quality steel construction
- Detachable padded armrests
- Adjustable Seat Height
- 24” x 1” mag wheels w/ solid tires
- 8″x1.5″ Solid Front Casters
- Double padded vinyl upholstery
- Swing-away footrests composite footplates w/ heel-loop
|Seat Width||24 inch., 26 inch., 28 inch.|
|Seat Depth||18 inch. (KN-924W), 20 inch. (KN-926W & KN-928W)|
|Seat Height||21 inch. & 19 inch. (KN-924W) 19 inch.(KN-926 & KN-928W)|
|Back Height||15 inch. (KN-924W), 18 inch.|
|Overall Height||36 inch.|
|Overall Open Width||32 inch., 37 inch.|
|Weight Without Riggings||56 lb., 87 lb., 89 lb.|
|Weight Capacity||450 lb., 500 lb., 600 lb.|
|Shipping Dimensions||33″ L x 36″ H x 13″ 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.