Electric Wheelchairs for Sale
What makes our lightweight and folding power wheelchair the future of personal mobility?
|Weighs only 50 pounds and supports passengers weight of up to 265 pounds|
|Folds in seconds for easy storage in your car, SUV or closet|
|Lithium Ion battery can travel up to 15 miles|
|FDA cleared medical device|
|More compact in size than traditional wheelchairs and fits virtually anywhere|
|Removable seat and seat cover|
|Dual wheel brushless motors that are more efficient than brushed motors|
|Joystick can be mounted on left or right side arm rest|
|Our powered wheelchair costs less than any of its competitors|
|Replacement parts are very affordable on any budget|
|Requires almost no maintenance and can be easily serviced|
|More stable and durable than the wobbly 3 wheel scooters|
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Making Your Home Wheelchair Accessible
KDSmartChair.com recently released an infographic that visualizes the important factors for making your home wheelchair accessible. By following these guidelines, wheelchair users can make everyday activities at home much more simpler and more convenient.
The infographic provides a blueprint for people with mobility issues and visualizes each room in the house to make their home wheelchair accessible.
Whether you may be moving to a new home, caring for an elderly person, or simply having a wheelchair-bound guest over your house, this infographic will outline exactly what to do around your home to make it wheelchair accessible.
- Phone/alert system near bed
- Overhang lift/manual trapeze to get in/out of bed
- Phone/alert system near toilet & shower
- Bath tub lift (13”-30” bottom)
- Commode lift
- Grab bars next to toilet
- Grab bars in tub & shower with 36” clearance
- Vertical platform lift for higher outdoor staircases
- All-weather, outdoor stair lift
- Portable ramp (front entrance)
- Wheelchair-accessible countertop & cabinet height.
- Table: 27” floor-to-table height & 30” x 48” seat spacing
- Door (minimum 32” width)
- Garage entry/interior door ramp for safe, quick car access
- Wheelchair accessible floor area for easy car loading/unloading
- Entry door (minimum 32” width)
- A stair lift for easy basement access to washer, dryer, pantries, etc.
1. Clear Pathways
Interior/exterior pathways should have accommodating widths for:
- Mobility scooters
- Power wheelchairs
- Standard wheelchairs
36” for hallways
32” for doorways
Minimum clearance for 180 degree turns: 36” in all directions
All rooms should be well-lit during evening, nighttime, and early morning.
Lighting controls should be easy to access and use.
Phones & alert systems should be installed throughout the home for quick, easy access
A reliable security or alarm system should be installed to protect you & your home
Posted by ROLAND REZNIK on February 11, 2015.
The KD Smart Chair Lives Up to its Name
What if I told you there is a power wheelchair that weighs only 50 pounds, folds for easy transport and
offers many of the seating conveniences most power chair users expect at a fraction of the cost? That’s the pitch for the KD Smart Chair, a new, exciting offering from KD Healthcare Company, and if I may say it’s a damn good pitch.
I haven’t tried one of these, but Jessika Kattah Delatorre has had one for two years now and loves it. “I am not fully independent yet so I do need someone with me to fold it and place it in the trunk,” says Delatorre, who lives in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Delatorre’s experience plus reading the info on the website and watching the video left me thinking this has the potential to be one of the coolest and most useful new mobility products out there. I know tons of power chair users who shy away from traveling, or sacrifice mobility and travel in manual chairs, because their regular power chairs are too cumbersome. The KD Smart Chair isn’t going to be a replacement for most power chair users, but as an alternative for travel it could be a game changer. Adding to its appeal is its price tag of $2,995 (it was recently on sale for $1,995) — not cheap, but much more reasonable than many mobility aids currently on the market.
Posted by ROLAND REZNIK on January 29, 2015.
KD Smart Chair.com recently released an infographic that visualizes the facts, numbers and figures about the wheelchair industry. The infographic provides current information and future statistics about historical facts, top wheelchair accessible countries, best cities to live in or visit for wheelchair users, current wheelchair industry market outlook and much more.
- 1869 was the year when the first wheelchair patent was issued in the United States.
- In 1933 mechanical engineers Herbert Everest and Harry Jennings invented the first steel, lightweight, collapsible wheelchair.
- 1933-1945 United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt used a wheelchair in everyday life.
Top 5 Wheelchair Accessible Countries to Travel to:
- United States
- United Kingdom
- New Zealand
Top 5 Cities in the United States for Wheelchair Living:
- Seattle, Washington
- Portland, Oregon
- Reno, Nevada
- Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Denver, Colorado