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Steel Wheelchairs

Steel Wheelchairs

Our range of strong steel wheelchairs are all available for Free Next Day Delivery and come with our Price Match Promise so you can relax knowing that you won't find the same strong steel wheelchair elsewhere for less. Call today for delivery tomorrow

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  1. Drive Medical Steel Transit Wheelchair
    Drive Medical Steel Transit Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £89.99
    INCL. VAT: £107.99
  2. Drive Medical Silver Sport Self Propelled Wheelchair
    Drive Medical Silver Sport Self Propelled Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £99.99
    INCL. VAT: £119.99
  3. Drive Medical Budget Steel Transit Wheelchair
    Drive Medical Budget Steel Transit Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £99.99
    INCL. VAT: £119.99
  4. U-Go Esteem Steel Transit Wheelchair
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    U-Go Esteem Steel Transit Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £108.99
    INCL. VAT: £130.79
  5. Roma Medical 1150 Transit Wheelchair
    Roma Medical 1150 Transit Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £109.99
    INCL. VAT: £131.99
  6. U-Go Esteem Self Propelled Folding Steel Wheelchair
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    U-Go Esteem Self Propelled Folding Steel Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £109.99
    INCL. VAT: £131.99
  7. Drive Medical S1 Steel Self Propelled Wheelchair
    Drive Medical S1 Steel Self Propelled Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £109.99
    INCL. VAT: £131.99
  8. Roma Medical 1050 Self Propelled Wheelchair
    Roma Medical 1050 Self Propelled Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £112.99
    INCL. VAT: £135.59
  9. Roma Medical 1000 Standard Self Propelled Wheelchair
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    Roma Medical 1000 Standard Self Propelled Wheelchair
    EXCL. VAT: £112.99
    INCL. VAT: £135.59
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More about steel wheelchairs

For many years all wheelchairs were built with a steel frame which provided strength and rigidity. Steel wheelchairs are still available and are typically stronger than the more modern lightweight aluminum models.

Why pick a steel wheelchair ?

With steel wheelchairs being stronger overall they are generally considered a better buy for heavier users. Design itself is one factor that helps to increase strength and rigidity but the frame material is also key. Steel wheelchairs prove to be harder wearing and will survive knocks and bumps far better than aluminium which is a softer metal.

Most wheelchairs provided by the NHS and other institutions are made from steel to ensure that they withstand the everyday knocks without suffering structural damage. The downside of using a steel framed model is primarily the increased weight. When the chair becomes heavier it is less easy to maneuvre and to lift for storage or transportation.

If you would like some help in selecting a model or have any other questions please speak with our wheelchair team on 0800 6335377 / 01803 872020.