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  1. Mex
    Mex at |

    Very impressed I have just bought a Foldawheel electric wheelchair for my husband to use. It was an optimistic purchase, he will not use a conventional wheelchair feeling he would look foolish, and because they can be clumsy. He didn’t lose the use of his legs, but walking has become difficult and painful since a quadruple heart bypass and partial lung failure took their toll on his health.Easily assembled, smart looking, this chair will be a real asset in getting him moving around once more. It collapses easily to put in a car, although it is quite heavy it is not unmanageable.It copes well with quite steep inclines, cobbles and driveway pebbles.So far so good. I am impressed and pleased with this item.

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  2. Mr C Bough
    Mr C Bough at |

    Can you help Mrs Coombs who requires an extension to the Wheelchair 88 footrest Regards

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  3. How Important Are Mobility Aids Are For The Elderly | qualitymobilityaids

    […] will still have the chance to move around. There is the possibility to choose whether to get a foldawheel pw-999ul wheelchair that is operated in a manual or on an automatic basis. The person will certainly enjoy the upward […]

  4. Dean Whitmill
    Dean Whitmill at |

    Hi I’m after battery to controller cable

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    1. Aaron
      Aaron at |

      Hi Dean

      It’s best to contact the manufacturers directly at wheelchair88.com as they carry all spares and it will come with a guarantee.

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  5. Sim Marwaha
    Sim Marwaha at |

    My daughter’s wheelchair 88 needs a service, where can I find an engineer, we live in Lincolnshire.

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    1. Aaron
      Aaron at |

      Hi Sim

      The wheelchairs are very simple to maintain and service. Any repair centre which deals with mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs should be able to help you.

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  6. Maria Sgourou
    Maria Sgourou at |

    Hallo! I would like to ask about the overall length and the width of the foldaweheel pw- 999ul. I would also like to ask if the joystick is movable back and forth on the arm of the wheelchair in case I cannot open my arm properly to reach it. In addition, I would like to ask how the wheelchair works on wet road, while it’s raining or after the rain. Can I use it in such circumstances?
    Thank you! !!

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    1. Aaron
      Aaron at |

      Hi Maria
      The dimensions of the chair are:
      Folded Size L X H X W 30cm x 71cm x 60cm (11.8” X 28” X 23.6”)
      Opened Size L X H X W 91cm x 88.5cm x 59cm (35.8” X 34.8” X 23.3”)
      The controller is in a fixed position but can be changed to right or left hand use.
      It is not recommended to use the chair when it is raining, but it handles wet ground well. I have had a report that it does not like wet cobblestones though.
      Thanks
      Aaron

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