Why do wheelchairs not have cup holders?

Why do wheelchairs not have cup holders?

The cup holder needs to be able to be removed easily from the fitting to make it of any use, especially when you want to fold the wheelchair up. The cup holder itself is cumbersome and heavy and would not recommend it to be fixed to any crutch or stick as they suggest!

Do wheelchairs have cup holders?

Wheelchair Cup Holders are available in different styles and mounting systems for you to find the best model that fits your individual needs and preferences. Universal Cup Holders are offered in standard sizes for bottles, cups and mugs and usually mount on wheelchair tubing with a clamp.

Where are Quickie Wheelchairs manufactured?

Phoenix, Arizona
Quickie Wheelchair Company – Phoenix, Arizona, USA : NCHPAD – Building Healthy Inclusive Communities.

Who owns Quickie wheelchair?

Sunrise Medical acquires QUICKIE Wheelchairs.

Can you buy a cup holder for a walker?

Walker accessories cup holders are strong, secure attachments for easily carrying cups, mugs, water bottles while using a walker. The ultimate, universal flexible arm beverage holder for mobility aid users. Easily attaches to a variety of mobility devices with round tubing.

How much does a quickie wheelchair weigh?


Product Weight: 27.75 lbs. (For a std 16 x 16 frame size, 24″ spoke wheels, arms, hangers)
Product Length/Depth: 14″ – 20″ seat depth
Product Height: 14.5″ – 21″ front seat-to-floor height
Weight Capacity: 265 lbs.
Caster Options: 3″, 4″, 4 x 1.25″, 4″ x 1.5″, 5″, 5″ x 1.5″, 6″, 6″ x 1.5″, 7″

What is the lightest wheelchair available?

the Feather Chair
At only 13 lbs., the Feather Chair is the world’s lightest wheelchair! It’s so cleverly designed that the rear wheels pop off and the backrest of the chair folds down smoothly to allow for super tight storage.