You may have a difficult time walking and need to frequently lean on someone or hold onto their arm as they walk next to you. Feeling unbalanced when you walk is a common reason many seniors live a sedentary lifestyle. You may have fear to walk within your home while you are alone or have a fear of falling. This type of fear can cause you to become isolated from friends and family. A wheelchair is a great source of help; it will give you back your independence and free spirit to move around your home and the outdoors as you wish. You can begin enjoying your hobbies and many activities that you have given up. Vissco is the manufacturer of the largest range of wheelchairs made in India, suited and adaptable to all the needs of the patients. Rugged and strong metal frame to suit Indian road conditions. Specially sealed bearings used for smooth movement. The chair is epoxy powder coated in two color shades. Back and seat made from double-bonded Vinyl fabric with upholstery for comfort and durability. This is the best wheelchair for you, if you frequently prefer to move about or go out of your house. Gives you great support, endurance and independence.
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1. Does it have wheel locks?
Two toggle locks are provided on both sides of the big wheel.
2. How to ensure maximum safety while sitting on the wheelchair?
Engage the locks against the tires on both large wheels before entering the wheelchairs to ensure maximum safety.
3. Is the footrest and handle detachable?
Yes, you can remove footrest and handle when not required.
4. What are the general care instructions for the wheelchair?
Wipe the metal area frequently at least once a week, using a clean, soft cloth. Dry the wheelchair immediately if exposed to rain or moisture. Polish the metal once a month with auto wax.
5. Can I use the wheelchair as a staircase wheelchair?
No, it can only be used on an inclined ramp or sloped platform.
6. Do I need assistance when going up or on the stairs?
Yes, you need assistance while going up or on stairs. It comes with two telescopic lifter rods in the front of the chair. The rear top frame of the wheelchair has been bent in L shaped position and fitted with two handgrips. This would serve as the rear lift holder.