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Wheelchair Bag

Wheelchair Bag

£47.99
£23.99 i
inc VAT

Wheelchair Bag

The Wheelchair Bag has been specially designed to fit neatly onto the rear of most standard wheelchairs with pram handles and provides a generous, zipped storage space for coats or jackets, shopping, medication, snacks, etc. It is a practical and affordable wheelchair accessory and enables wheelchair users and their carers to safely carry more, while keeping their hands free. The black Wheelchair Bag is water resistant and features a large zipped top closure for ease of use. There are sturdy carry handles on the front and back of the bag, plus fixed loops on either side, which easily slip over the pram handles on the wheelchair. Raised rubber feet on the base keep the bottom of the bag dry when it's resting on the floor.

Enables wheelchair users and carers to safely carry items whilst using their wheelchair
Fits standard wheelchairs with pram handles
Generous storage space for coats, shopping, medication, snacks, etc
Sturdy carry handles, plus fixed loops to slip over handles
Large zipped top closure for ease of use
Raised rubber feet keep the base of the bag dry

  • Product Dimensions (mm): 385x360x160
  • Net weight (kg): 0.32
  • Colour: Black
  • Main body material: 100% Polyester with PVC Coating
  • Maximum Load (kg): 12
  • Overall Depth (mm): 160


This item is available for sale to the general population with prices listed both including and excluding VAT. Persons with a valid Medical Exemption condition will be able to purchase this product exempt of VAT by filling in the Medical Exemption Questionnaire upon checkout. Persons or companies without a valid Medical Exemption condition will be required to pay VAT  

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