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Karman Ergo Flight Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair

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With today's advanced technology, lugging around heavy wheelchairs meant to promote mobility in no longer a necessity. In fact, mobility and ease of transportation have made great strides in the important arena of wheelchair manufacturing. With this in mind, the mobility masters at Karman have proudly released their latest product with the hopes of redefining the ultralight wheelchair, while maintaining the most competitive prices. They accomplished this by utilizing Aircraft Grade T6 Alu, a competitive metal with the most efficient geometry possible while designing the wheelchair.The result is a fully functional, lightweight wheelchair that is far more economical than its Titanium competitors, bringing the savings straight into the homes of those who've been waiting for the ultimate in wheelchair mobility.

The Ergo Flight Ultra Light Weight Wheelchair is available in two seat widths - 16" and 18" and two axle types - "fixed" (large back wheels cannot be removed for storage/transport) and "quick release" (large back wheels can be removed easily for storage/transport.) This wheelchair is crafted from Aircraft grade aluminum, which supports up to 220 lbs. With a wheelchair frame weight of only 14.5 pounds, this chair has a strength to weight ratio of over 13 times its own weight. The built-in seat cushion is anti-bacterial and easy to clean and the footrests are detachable. These wheelchairs all have fixed armrests with concave arm pads, 20" rear polyurethane tires, 6" x 1" front casters and built-in carrying pouches. Each wheelchair folds down for transportation and/or storage and comes in a pearl silver color. The total weight without riggings is 19.8 lbs.




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By margate
Family caregiver
Orange County, Ca.

Feb. 14, 2017

Good, Bad and sure is UGLY

Neads improvement, Karman does not have a good customer service. They just want to sell, not go the extra mile, Their to big to care for the individual.

By Rheutillius
Family caregiver

Jan. 23, 2017

The finest wheelchair I have ever seen!

I have a wheelchair I received in 1993. It is heavy and I can no longer get parts for it. It is now relegated to sit on while I work on my recumbent trike. I have been using it to care for my wife which is my full time, blessed job. This one is 10 lbs. lighter and folds MUCH smaller. At 82, it is hard to lift in and out of the car trunk. This one is more than twice as easy. It is very comfortable for my wife and it's operation is much easier. It is not necessary to remove the chair legs to put it in the trunk and there is a lot more room remaining for other things.


Return policy for this item
  • This supplier accepts return requests for unused items in their original packaging, in re-saleable condition within 14 calendar days of purchase. Goods must be returned within 30 calendar days of purchase. Exceptions are noted in the product description.
  • Restock fee of 15% on all returns.
  • No returns accepted on items more than 14 days after purchase.
  • Contact Customer Service at 888-746-2107 Monday — Thursday 9 AM ET — 7 PM ET, Friday 9 AM ET — 5 PM ET for a Return Merchandise Authorization number and return address .
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Q & A

  • I no longer have a left knee. That means I have to keep my left leg extended. Most chairs have foot supports that assume both knees are ok. So, the left footrest ends 4 inches above my ankle and is useless. Do you have a solution in one of your chairs?

    Take a look at this model with elevated leg rests: