Merits Health P181 Travel-Ease Electric Folding Power Wheelchair
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The Merits Health P181 is a heavy duty folding power chair that can hold up to 450 lbs and offers a large 22” wide seat. This heavy duty chair has been designed to make it easier to get around both indoors or outdoors while traveling.
This power chair is a stabilized wheelchair that is lightweight, yet can also provide much more support than others in its class. It can reach speeds of up to 4 mph and lasts as long as 25 miles before needing to recharge. The Travel-Ease has a turning at a radius of 25” on 12.5” rear and 8” foam filled tires in front.
- Weight capacity: 450lbs
- Folding battery tray allows improved portability
- Programmable controller with a wide range of selections to suit the needs and demands of different users
- Auxiliary brakes offer extra safety
- Adjustable height flip-up armrests and swingaway footrests
- Limited lifetime warranty on frame
- Colors Available: Silvertone
- Swingaway controller bracket
- Options: Elivating legrests, oxygen tank holder, gel cushion, back cushion
|Weight Capacity||450 lbs.|
|Product Weight||182 lbs|
|Battery Weight||39 lbs (each)|
|Battery Type||12V X 50 AH|
|Maximum Speed||4 mph|
|Drive Range||25 Miles|
|Seat Type||Stadium Style Seat|
|Drive Type||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Front Wheel Size||8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||12.5"|
|Max Climbing Angle||8 Degrees|
Adjustable Left or Right
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Note**No battery included - Required to order a battery please refer to the link below.
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.