What is the best bariatric electric wheelchair in 2022?
Need a little more room and a standard wheelchair feels a little too restricted?
The bariatric electric wheelchair range at Gilani Engineering is perfect to suit your needs if you prefer a larger and stronger wheelchair.
Gilani Engineering have over 10+ years experience with mobility equipment and are your trusted NDIS Registered disability equipment providers. Our team of allied health professionals, builders, engineers and care staff are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals living with mobility limitations and assisting them in finding the right bariatric electric wheelchair which enables them to regain their well-deserved freedom and independence!
For Stability, comfort and Freedom choose Gilani Engineering Bariatric Electric Wheelchair
What is a Bariatric Electric Wheelchair?
A Bariatric Electric wheelchair is a comfortable and safe mobility device suitable for a larger person. It is a heavy duty wheelchair that provides double the strength as that of a standard wheelchair. A bariatric electric wheelchair can accommodate a person up to 250kg and comes with a wider seat than a standard wheelchair providing you with extra comfort and support. Gilani Engineering provides support and enhances mobility options so that you are comfortable as well as safe. Gilani Engineering offers a diverse range of bariatric electric wheelchairs to suit your mobility needs. These include manual wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, and even rental wheelchairs.
Is a Bariatric electric wheelchair right for me?
A Bariatric electric wheelchair is suitable for people who are over the weight of 100-125kg and for taller people with a height of over 175cm. Typically, people who use bariatric wheelchairs may have conditions such as:
- Cardiopulmonary disease
- Cardiovascular disease
- Muscular dystrophy
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Spinal cord injuries
A bariatric wheelchair is designed to allow users to move around with comfort and safety.
Here are some bariatric sized electric wheelchairs Gilani Engineering has to offer:
As exclusive Australian Distributors of the Air Hawk, Gilani Engineering is dedicated to continuously updating this excellent wheelchair with the latest technology at the lowest prices. The bariatric Air Hawk wheelchair for sale in Sydney is an electric wheelchair that allows for an easy way to travel. The Bariatric Electric Folding Wheelchair is one of the best new wheelchairs in the Australian Market.
The bariatric folding electric wheelchair is one of a kind with outstanding durability features, extreme reliability and can be custom made with armrests from 540mm to 610mm in width, offering the user more comfort and support.
The bariatric motorised wheelchair comes with flip-up armrests and footrests for easy access to and from the mobility device. This lightweight wheelchair is equipped with the press of a button, 2 quick release slick batteries that are skilfully placed into the subframes on either side of the foldable power chair and are removed from the front either side of the seat.
The Bariatric Folding Electric Wheelchair easily folds in about two seconds and can be placed into the boot of most vehicles. It unfolds by simply lifting the handle upwards. The wheelchair cushion is covered in an anti-bacterial breathable material that consists of high-quality Canvas fabric and is completely machine washable.
The seat is positioned to optimise the centre of gravity so that it doesn’t put you at risk when going up a large hill due to its safety mechanism it will automatically stop. The automatic braking system and re-programmable joystick are one of the highlights separating it from its competitors.
By using the programmer, you can program 21 different features including acceleration, deceleration, turning radius, joystick sensitivity and much more to make the bariatric wheelchair truly unique and custom made to you!
The Falcon Bariatric Electric Wheelchair for sale at Gilani Engineering has been designed for the larger person to ensure their mobility experience is as comfortable as possible with suitable features. The Falcon electric wheelchair in the bariatric form offers additional features including a reclining backrest for increased comfort!
Like the Air Hawk, the Falcon is a heavy duty wheelchair and provides a generous weight capacity of 180kg, enabling use for heavier or tall people. It is made with a lightweight aluminium frame and nylon reinforced upholstery with an under seat carry pouch for storage, making it highly convenient.
The bariatric electric wheelchair sold in Australia comes with a seat size of 54-61cm, providing that extra comfort for the user. The armrests are padded and can be folded up and away for easy access to and from the wheelchair. The wider front wheel fork allows for the extra durability to provide stability and that extra power support. We also allow the hire of bariatric wheelchairs, so you pick exactly what makes you feel most comfortable before purchasing a wheelchair.
The IGET1 Electric wheelchair scooter with omnidirectional wheels is an excellent bariatric electric wheelchair for users wanting a stylish and sophisticated looking electric wheelchair. Despite being a heavy-duty wheelchair made of aeronautical aluminium, the same material as aeroplanes, its unique Omni-directional wheels enable it to have the best and smallest turning radius in the market without compromising on comfort and room!
Its durable exterior and aeronautical aluminium frame provides a maximum weight capacity of 180Kg. Both heavy duty and durable, this electric wheelchair has large front and rear wheels making it easy to manoeuvre and get around the community.
Come and visit our huge 500 sqm in Sydney’s west located in Smithfield and our lovely staff would love to assist you on your journey of finding the best electric wheelchair for you! If you have any questions, would like a free quote feel free to contact us on 02 8740 8963 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
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