Karman KN-880 Series Manual Wheelchair Review
Karman is certainly capable of making some of the lightest and best wheelchairs on the market. Or so they claim. In order to prove this claim, we want to look at the Karman KN-880 Series Manual Wheelchair and what it entails. In this Karman KN-880 Series Manual Wheelchair review, we’ll be looking at the features and ordering experience, along with the big question: should you buy a Karman wheelchair?
The first important feature to the Karman KN-880 Series Manual Wheelchair is that it’s a reclining back wheelchair. As a result, they will be heavier than most other Karman wheelchairs, however not as heavy as it’s competitors. You see despite weighing in at 50-52 lbs (size depending), it’s still one of the lightest, and high-quality reclining wheelchairs that are in on the market today.
To really sink in the value that this wheelchair gives you only need to look at some extra things that are offered. Namely, the elevating leg rests as well as the anti-tippers. In many other wheelchair companies, these are extra conveniences that those companies would charge extra for. For Karman? This is a standard option that’s built into every wheelchair from this series.
What is also included in this very low priced wheelchair is the reclining. Mentioned above it does offer that, however, the reclining range is actually a full 180 degrees. Furthermore, there are padded and detachable armrests. To round out the wheelchair there are even side panels on the wheelchair.
All of these features are all crammed into this $500 wheelchair making it a steal. What’s even better about this wheelchair is that there is some level of customization too. Upon ordering you can choose whether you want the seat width to be 16, 18, or 20 inches. This, of course, will affect the overall width of the wheelchair (23, 25, and 27 inches respectively) however Karman wants what is most convenient for you. Lastly, you can even choose how tolerant the weight capacity is choosing between either 250 pounds or 300 pounds.
Although there are those customizations, you’re left with a seat depth, seat height, and back height of 16, 20, and 29 inches respectively.
By conducting this Karman KN-880 Series Manual Wheelchair review, we noticed that the ordering process is simple. It takes roughly one to three business days to bring the item out of the warehouse with three to ten business days for overall delivery. This is good as we can expect the order to get through quickly. Furthermore, Karman goes out of their way to notify of wheelchair shortages or backorders and they’ll send you an email with a tracking number once the wheelchair has left the warehouse. Not bad for a company that makes the best wheelchairs?
Why Buy From Karman
So our verdict here is simple. Karman has clearly demonstrated that they have some of the best wheelchairs around. This Karman KN-880 Series Manual Wheelchair review shows that. However, it also makes sense when you look at the company goals and values. The company isn’t here to bash out the competition. They are in this for the customer, designing wheelchairs that make sense for people.
If you don’t believe us, purchase one and try it for yourself, you can get a refund for your purchase within the first 30 days of purchase.
|Seat Width||16 inches., 18 inches., 20 inches.|
|Seat Depth||16 inch.|
|Seat Height||20 inch.|
|Back Height||29 inch.|
|Overall Height||49 inch.|
|Overall Open Width||23 inch., 25 inches., 27 inches.|
|Weight Without Riggings||50 lbs., 52 lbs.|
|Weight Capacity||250 lb., 300 lb.|
|Shipping Dimensions||37″ L x 37″ H x 14″ W|