Breezy EC 3000 Wheelchair (3XXRADP) - Breezy / Sunrise Medical
|Manufacturer:||Breezy / Sunrise Medical|
|Unit of Measure:||Ea|
The Quickie Breezy EC 3000 has been discontinued. We recommend the Quickie Breezy 600 Wheelchair as a suitable replacement.
Durable, Chrome-Plated Steel FramesBreezy EC series wheelchairs are constructed of durable chrome-plated carbon steel.
Easy to clean and maintain.
Dual Axle Positions
Breezy EC wheelchairs come standard with a dual axle
Use the lower setting for foot propelling and accessing
Accessories and OptionsBreezy EC family wheelchairs feature a variety of standard legrest styles and armrests lengths, plus numerous add-on options including height-adjustable armrests, elevating legrests, IV poles, oxygen tank holders, and more.
|Built to meet the requirements of HCPCS code:||K0003|
|Product Weight:||35.5 lbs. (without riggings)|
|Product Width:||23 in. (16 in. seat)|
|Product Length/Depth:||30.5 in. (w/o riggings)|
|Weight Capacity:||250 lbs.|
|Seat Width:||16 in. or 18 in.|
|Seat Depth:||16 in.|
|Seat to Floor Height:||19.75 in.|
|Back Height:||16 in.|
|Front Riggings:||Swing-away Footrests|
|Rear Axle:||Dual Position|
- Weighs 35 pounds (16 kg) without riggings
- Composite handrim is scratch-resistant.
- Composite mag wheels are molded with contours to enhance strength and durability.
- Chrome-plated, carbon steel frame is durable and easy to maintain.
- Comfortable Padded nylon upholstery
- Removable desk arms are padded
- Swingaway footrests or elevating legrests are interchangeable with the industry standard.
|Overall Rating: ||1 Reviews|
Review by, Billy the big wheeler
1/28/2015 2:36:17 AM
|Comments:||this was my first ever wheelchair since i had lost the movement in my lower legs and |
lower body, it made me feel like a fast car going down a hill at lightning speeds it was so sick m8 it made me cry every time i was on it, sick mate i love all the docs and baldies, all the ladies were riding my chair when i had this wheelchair price, i could have picked up a wheelchair from sainsburys, the wheelchair i ordered was a chair not a handcycle