Karman S Ergo 125 Manual Wheelchair Review
The third of the S-Ergo series, and much like the other S-Ergo wheelchairs, they provide niche features for people. Although the wheelchair is focusing on specific peoples issues, that doesn’t take away the fact that the Karman S Ergo 125 manual wheelchair is still one of the best wheelchairs around.
In this Karman S Ergo 125 manual wheelchair review, we’ll be taking a peek at the features and understanding why Karman does make the best wheelchairs around. We’ll also be looking at the ordering process and experience and share our final thoughts on the product.
Much like the other S-Ergo wheelchairs, you’ll find by Karman, they all sport this particular feature compared to their other wheelchairs and their competition. This particular feature is actually from the overall design of the seat. Shaped in the form of an S, the seat is comfortable and has been a huge success all around.
But the wheelchair has a lot more to offer, after all, it fixes very specific problems with its functions compared to others in this series. Of course, they’re all capable of doing what each other can do, but what’s different is each one is designed for something in mind. For the Karman S Ergo 125 manual wheelchair, its meant for transfers, but also for people who are more active.
Although the wheelchair does come with armrests, of course, you can easily flip them back with a press of a button. This also makes transferring people out of the wheelchair far easier since the armrests aren’t in the way too. Furthermore, without the armrests in the way, it’s easier for people to reach out as necessary.
There is some level of customization involved with changing the color of the frame, but also the design of the frame too. You have a choice between a seat width of 16 or 18 inches, but that does change the open width of the chair to 23 or 25 inches respectively. Other than that the rest of the size of the wheelchair stays the same. The depth of the seat is 17 inches while the height of the armrest, seat, and back are 8, 19, and 17 inches respectively. When folded, the width and length of the wheelchair are 12 and 39 inches respectively. Lastly, the wheelchair only weighs 25 pounds and can carry upwards of 250 pounds.
Also, note that Karman is offering a special edition cushion color while supplies last for this particular design.
By conducting this Karman S Ergo 125 manual wheelchair review, it’s clear that the ordering process is simple. As Karman outlined, it takes roughly one to three business days to bring the item out of the warehouse.
Once that’s done, Karman will send you an email giving you a tracking number. They’ll also notify you too in situations where the item is being back ordered or unavailable.
You can expect the best wheelchair around to be delivered in three to ten business days. Nice, right?
Why Buy From Karman
By conducting this Karman S Ergo 125 manual wheelchair review, it’s clear to us that this wheelchair has a lot of potentials.
True this wheelchair provides specific needs to people, and you may not need this exactly. But note that Karman makes a variety of other wheelchairs. You still can’t deny the fact that they are putting their work based on their customer's needs and they are well worth checking out.
For that reason, we believe it’s worth trying it out for yourself if you or someone you know is in need of a wheelchair.
|Seat Width||16 inch., 18 inches.|
|Seat Depth||17 inch.|
|Armrest Height||8 inch.|
|Seat Height||19 inch.|
|Back Height||17 inch.|
|Overall Open Width||23 inch., 25 inches.|
|Folded Width||12 inch.|
|Overall Length||39 inch.|
|Weight Without Riggings||25 lbs.|
|Weight Capacity||250 lbs.|
|Shipping Dimensions||33 L x 31 H x 13 W|