Healthline Wheelchair for Beach Features
- Stainless steel hardware
- Sliding footrest with a foot plate
- The Sand Wheelchair wheels can be removed easily
- Breaks down in 3-section for easy transportation
- Non-corrosive and puncture-proof wheels
- Balloon flotation tires allow for extra stability and easy rolling
- This Beach Wheelchair is made of durable PVC construction
- Equipped with heavy-duty, high-flotation WheelEEZ Balloon Wheels
- Comfortable cushion seat covered with tough outdoor fabric
- The Handicap beach chair is maintenance-free, durable, and has a waterproof frame
- Dimensions: 41"H x 34.5"W x 41"D
- Seat width: 21" between arms
- Seat height: 25"
- Product weight: 160 lbs
- Weight capacity: 250 lbs
Note: Wheels of this Healthline Beach Wheelchair For Sale are gray in color, not yellow
What does it include?
- 6 ft umbrella (8 panels)
- Mesh bag
- Safety belt
What to buy with All Terrain Beach Wheelchair
Healthline Beach Wheelchair Wheels
The wheels of this all terrain beach wheelchair have special features:
- Polyurethane (PU) tires that feature 100% USA-made material
- Polyurethane tires are stable in a wide temperature range: -15 to 75 C (5 to 167 F)
- Beach Wheel Chair rolls effortlessly over soft sand, mud, and turf
- Equally superior performance on asphalt, concrete, gravel, and rocks
- Include bike-style Schrader valves with caps, no problematic needle-style valves
- Stainless steel ball bearings reduce rolling resistance
- Molybdenum enhanced bushings improve gliding
FAQs About Healthline Wheelchair for Beach
1. How do you get a wheelchair through sand?
f you're someone who uses a wheelchair for mobility, it can be very difficult or impossible to cross the sand without specialized equipment such as a beach chair. These are great options for accessing the beach independently.
2. Is it easier to push a sand wheelchair with big or small wheels?
Larger rear wheels make the wheelchair easier to push by the attendant and better over lumps and bumps.
3. How do you push a beach wheelchair without straining your back?
Using your body weight by leaning forward while pushing may help to reduce the loads onto the low back slightly, but it's also important to note that leaning forward would also increase the potential for the caregiver to slip and fall.
Healthline Beach Wheelchair Specifications
||41"H x 34.5"W x 41"D
||21" between arms
Healthline Wheelchair Warranty
1 year warranty
Healthline Sand Wheelchair Reviews