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Drive Viper Deluxe High Strength, Lightweight Wheelchair

Drive Viper Deluxe High Strength, Lightweight Wheelchair with Flip Back Desk Arm. Choose either Swing-Away Footrest or Elevated Legrest.

Our Price:
$437.70

List Price:
$707.20

Viper Deluxe High Strength, Lightweight Wheelchair

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Drive Viper - Deluxe High Strength, Lightweight, Dual Axle Wheelchair

  • Now Comes with riggings in carton.
  • VIPER weighs 32 lbs. (Excluding front rigging).
  • Easier to propel and transport.
  • New frame style eliminates seat guides and allows for custom backs and accessories.
  • Back height adjustable from 18" - 20".
  • Carbon steel black powder coated frame double coated for an attractive, chip-proof, maintainable finish.
  • Comes standard with "flip up" anti-tippers.
  • Composite steel lined front receiver is angled so the arm will lock into place every time.
  • The front mounted release lever can be flipped up or down depending on the patients needs.
  • Durable, heavy gauge flame retardant nylon upholstery resists mildew and bacteria.
  • Nylon, padded armrests provide added patient comfort.
  • Flip-back arms allow for easy transfer.
  • Composite Mag-style wheels with aluminum hand rims are lightweight and maintenance free.
  • Precision sealed wheel bearings in front and rear ensure long lasting performance and reliability.
  • Standard dual axle provides easy transition of seat height to hemi-level.
  • Composite footplates with heel loops are durable and lightweight.
  • Front caster forks are adjustable in 3 positions.
  • Urethane rear tires and casters offer superior performance, smoother ride and are lightweight.
  • Comes with push to lock wheel locks.
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
  • Mfg. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

How to Measure

Use this tool to make sure you get the right measurements before ordering. Have a question, or want to double check a measurement? Call us directly at 1-800-898-9014 and one of our mobility experts will assist.

Wheelchair Measuring Guide

Popular Customization Options Explained

width  

Seat Width

This is the size of the seat on the wheelchair from side to side and not the size of the user's width. Please see our measuring guide to determine how to measure the appropriate seat width.

depth  

Seat Depth

This is the size of the seat on the wheelchair from front to back. Please see our measuring guide to determine how to measure the appropriate seat depth.

floor  

Seat-to-Floor Height

This measurement is important if the wheelchair user will be propelling the wheelchair with their feet. Please see our measuring guide to determine how to measure the appropriate seat-to-floor height.

rear  

Rear Wheel Options

The rear wheels may come in many sizes with different tire choices. While pneumatic tires offer lighter weights and a more comfortable ride, they need continual maintenance and aren't as reliable. Urethane or semi-pneumatic tires are generally less expensive and last longer. Wheel size usually determines seat-to-floor heights but a good rule of thumb to remember is that larger wheels and castors roll easier over thresholds and rough terrain than do smaller ones. 

caster  

Casters

Casters are the small wheels on the front of the wheelchair. Like the rear wheels, they may come in many sizes with different tire choices. While pneumatic tires offer lighter weights and a more comfortable ride, they need continual maintenance and aren't as reliable. Urethane or semi-pneumatic tires are generally less expensive and last longer.  Wheel size usually determines seat-to-floor heights but a good rule of thumb to remember is that larger wheels and castors roll easier over thresholds and rough terrain than do smaller ones.

rim  

Hand Rim Options

The hand rims are used to propel the wheelchair. They may come in several types. Aluminum hand rims are the lightest and most durable. Composite or plastic hand rims tend to get nicked by sharp corners or bumps. For users with limited strength or arthritis in their hands, plastic coated hand rims offer the easiest rims to grasp.

arms  

Arm Options

The arms on a wheelchair come in two basic types and lengths:

  • Desk Length:  these are shorter arm pads that allow the user to get closer to tables.
  • Full Length:  these are longer and assist the user in standing up from the wheelchair.
  • Fixed Height:  The armrest height cannot be adjusted.
  • Adjustable Height:  The armrest height can be adjusted.
footrest  

Front Riggings, or Footrests

There are many styles and features available with footrests. Almost all of them easily remove from the chair by swinging away from the front.  Some wheelchair offer elevating leg rests for those individuals that need to have one or both legs extended. Many will offer heel loops to keep the foot from sliding backwards off the footrest.  Footrests may be offered in plastic or aluminum. While plastic is lighter, it is also easier to break. 

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Our Price:
$437.70

List Price:
$707.20



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