If you are searching for the best and most affordable wheel chairs in the Phoenix, Arizona area, then Mobility Center has you covered!
Types Of Wheelchairs
Here is a full look at the types of wheel chairs for sale at Mobility Center, including:
- Drive Cruiser III
- Drive Silver Sport
- Pride Jazzy Select 6
- Pride Go Chair
- Pride Jazzy Passport
- Drive Lightweight Expedition
Drive Cruiser III
The Drive Cruiser III is the closest model one can find to the classic wheel chair on the market today. This carbon steel frame with silver vein finish comes complete with push-to-lock wheel locks. The wheels are lightweight and maintenance free. Custom back inserts are possible due to the newer frame style this model features. All front riggings are adjustable as well; this includes footrests and leg positions.
- Carbon steel frame
- Wheels are lightweight and maintenance free
- Allows for custom back inserts
- Removable flip back arms
Drive Silver Sport – Full Recliner
For those looking for more back support, the Drive Silver Sport – Full Recliner is the right wheel chair for you. This fully adjustable chair comes with swing-away elevating leg rests. Just like the Cruiser III, this model also features push-to-lock wheel locks. The new state-of-the-art hydraulic reclining mechanism allows for 180 degrees, perfect for anyone with back or neck pain. Wheels are set far back on this model to prevent any potential trips or falls.
- Swing-away elevating leg rests
- Push-to-lock wheel locks
- State-of-the-art hydraulic reclining system
- Padded armrests
Pride Jazzy Select 6
The Pride Jazzy Select 6 is as cool as its clever name. This sporty design provides a truly unique ride experience. Pride Jazzy has six wheels, giving the occupant the maximum quality in indoor and outdoor performance. This added stability helps balance on any rocky terrain or steep ramps that may be encountered. Controller guards will help protect against any wear and tear over time.
- Removable, replaceable back and seat covers
- Six wheels on the ground
- Controller guards
- Red or blue color-through shroud
Pride Go Chair
This new and improved wheel chair has been re-engineered to offer complete comfort and enhanced performance. The Go-Chair has always been one of the most popular models on the market, so its recent upgrades and new features will make it a customer favorite all over again. Two storage compartments have been added, as well as 10 different color options. A new (higher) weight capacity has been set at 300 lbs.
- Speeds up to 3.7 mph
- Wide height and width adjustable armrests
- Two storage components
- Available in 10 colors
Pride Jazzy Passport
The Jazzy Passport offers one of the smoothest rides one can find today. Designed for excellence in lightweight travel, this chair can fold in a few simple steps, giving riders an effortless transportation experience. A back seat pocket is provided for extra storage. Need more storage space? Well, you’ve got it with the Pride Jazzy Passport! Extra mesh bags are located under the seat. A larger foot platform is also featured on this model, ideal for maximum comfort while riding.
- Compact and lightweight design
- Easy to fold
- Foam seat designed for comfort
- Includes a safe travel battery
Drive Lightweight Expedition
The lightweight label is no joke when it comes to the Drive Lightweight Expedition. This model weighs only 19 lbs, while also presenting the ability to fold flat for easy transportation. The Drive Lightweight Expedition comes with a seat belt and activated wheel locks.
- Available in blue and red frames
- Comes with seat belt
- Companion activated wheel locks
- Weighs only 19 lbs
How Much Does A Wheelchair Cost?
Transport wheelchairs are as close as one can get to the traditional style of wheelchairs. This model is generally made for someone other than the rider to push the actual chair from behind. These chairs are usually foldable and very light, ideal for transporting the chair from place to place.
- Price range: $90-$2,000
- Average cost: $955
A manual wheelchair will require the user to operate the wheels. Most of the time these models will make the user experience very friendly. Brakes and locks are easy to reach, and typically there are also handles on the back in case a friend or family member wishes to push the wheelchair.
- Price range: $200-$3,000
- Average cost: $1,400
Electric or “power” wheelchairs are becoming more and more popular because of the ease of use. Others could refer to these models as scooters or mobility scooters, as well. These battery-powered wheelchairs are operated simply by the touch of a button. Electric wheelchairs are ideal for those with little strength left needed to operate a manual wheelchair.
- Price range: $1,500-$9,000
- Average cost: $3,750
Mobility Center In Mesa, Arizona
Mobility Center has been proudly serving the entire Phoenix, Arizona area since 1975 with the finest in mobility aids, scooters, wheel chairs, lifts and support equipment. Visit our convenient location to see the products and receive the individual attention that you deserve. Our service area includes Mesa, Apache Junction, Tempe, Chandler, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, Surprise, and Sun City.
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