Whether you’re in the process of recovering from an injury to your leg or foot, or you’re after a longer-term mobility solution, we’ve got you covered with our wide range of wheelchairs. With a wheelchair you can get around comfortably and with ease, be it an attendant-propelled transit wheelchair you’re looking for, or a self-propelled wheelchair instead.
Manual Wheelchairs are a convenient mobility solution that can be ideal in a number of scenarios. They typically come in aluminum or steel varieties and can either be self-propelled or pushed by a companion. From transport chairs to heavy duty wheelchairs, you will find the highest quality models from leading wheelchair brands like Drive Medical. Best Price Mobility offers a great selection of wheelchairs for sale in Orlando, Kissimmee and across North America.
Whether you are replacing an existing wheelchair or shopping for your first wheelchair, Best Price Mobility has the selection and expertise to make sure you get the wheelchair that is right for you. We understand the choices available in wheelchairs can be overwhelming. By understanding the features and specifications that the different models offer, you can know which wheelchair will best meet your needs. If you need help to narrow the results use the equipment finder or filters.
Here is a brief overview of the different types of wheelchairs that are available. For recommendations please use our online chat service or call our team on 1-833-866-3434.
There are three main types of wheelchairs: standard, heavy duty and transport chairs.
Standard wheelchairs, also known as light-weight wheelchairs, have lightweight folding aluminum frames and are available in multiple sizes. The standard wheelchair is intended for frequent use by a single user.
Heavy duty wheelchairs, also known as bariatric wheelchairs, have a capacity of 300 pounds to 850 pounds. They are constructed on a sturdier frame with a wider seat.
Transport wheelchairs have four small wheels and lightweight frames. Transport chairs are the perfect choice for moving someone to and from the house or around the mall. Transport wheelchairs are narrow, making them a good choice for tight hallways and narrow doorways around the house. These chairs are meant to be pushed by someone else, so the person in the wheelchair will not be able to self-propel.