Karman Healthcare MVP502 | 16 Inch Seat Lightweight Ergonomic Reclining Transport Wheelchair
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The MVP-502-TP uses 14″ rear wheels for superior handling, a comfortable ride for the patient, and space-saving ergonomics for folding the chair and taking it with you. The MVP-502 reclines to a full 160 degrees. RATED 4.7 STARS ON WHEELCHAIR INSTITUTE
The Karman MVP502 is expensive for a manual chair, but the quality is incredible, and the comfort and vast array of customization options make it hard to say no to. Due to its high price, this one is designed specifically for people with long-term mobility issues.
Do you suffer from long-term mobility issues? Do you have to spend several hours every day in your wheelchair? If you answered yes to one or both of those questions, then you have probably run afoul of the biggest problem with most wheelchairs today. They’re just not very comfortable, especially if you have to sit in them for long periods of time.
While it’s true that you can make just about any wheelchair more comfortable with the addition of enough pillows or aftermarket cushions, wouldn’t it be great if a company would offer a wheelchair that was fairly comfortable right out the gate, with no modification required?
It turns out, a company has done just that, and the results are spectacular. If comfort and versatility are key concerns of yours, then the Karman MVP502 is the chair you want. It’s one of the most expensive manual wheelchairs you can buy, but as you’ll see in the sections that follow, that’s because it can do just about anything and is surprisingly comfortable.
The main reason you’ll probably gravitate to this chair over some other model is the fact that it reclines. In fact, the maximum recline angle is an impressive 125 degrees so you can get quite comfortable if you have to sit in it for extended periods. It’s even possible to take reasonably comfortable naps in it, which is a big win for people who have long-term mobility issues and may have difficulty getting from the chair to the bed without assistance.
As great as the recline function is, however, it’s just the tip of the iceberg where this chair’s adjustment options are concerned. You’ll find tension straps in both the seat itself and its back, meaning that both of them can be adjusted to maximize your comfort.
The armrests are also height-adjustable, as are the leg rests, which also pivot out of the way, allowing the person using the chair to pull up quite close to the dinner table, and they can be quickly removed when you need to collapse the chair for transport.
- Tension Strap Adjustable Seat & Backrest
- Height Adjustable Armrest
- High Strength Aircraft Grade Aluminum, weighs only 33 lbs. (w/o footrests)
- Patented “V” Shape Seating (anti-thrust, slippage)
- “Tube-in Center” footplate
- Seat Width: 16″, 18″, OR 20″
- Folding / Ultra Compact
- AEIGIS® Anti-Bacterial Upholstery
- Available in Transport 14″ wheels or 22″ Rear wheels
- Flat-free polyurethane tires
- Frame Color: Diamond Black
- Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
- Extending handbrakes equipped
|HCPCS Code||K0003, E1226, E0971, K0108, E0973, E0990, E0955*|
|Seat Width||16 inch., 18 inch., 20 inch.|
|Seat Depth||18 inch.|
|Armrest Height||9-11 inch.|
|Seat Height||20 inch.|
|Back Height||19 inch.|
|Overall Height||52 inch.|
|Overall Open Width||23 inch., 25 inch., 27 inch.|
|Folded Width||14 inch., 15 inch., 16 inch.|
|Overall Length||47 inch.|
|Weight Without Riggings||34 lbs.|
|Weight Capacity||250 lbs.|
|Shipping Dimensions||39″ L x 37″ H x 16″ W|
Manual and Guides
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.