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Merits Power Wheelchairs Comparison Chart

View and compare Merits power wheelchair models to decide which is best for you. Compare prices, total weight, user weight capacity, top speed, and turning radius. View our comparison chart below. 


Merits Power Wheelchairs

Things to consider when purchasing a Merits power wheelchair

When considering purchasing a power wheelchair from Merits, consumers should consider several factors to ensure they get the right power chair that fits their needs and goals. Here's a list of considerations:

  1. Indoor vs. Outdoor Use: Some power wheelchairs are designed primarily for indoor use, while others are robust enough for indoor and outdoor terrains. Ensure that the chair you select fits where you intend to use it most.

  2. Travel: If you are a frequent traveler, consider a power chair with airline-approved lithium-ion batteries. You may want a portable or foldable model like the Travel-Ease.

  3. Maneuverability: Check the turning radius of the chair, especially if you need to navigate tight spaces.

  4. Elevating Seat: This feature raises and lowers the seat electronically.  It enhances the user experience with reach and accessibility like accessing higher shelves and having an eye-level conversation. Dualer P312, Vision Sport, and Atlantis offer elevating seat power wheelchairs. 
  5. Range and Battery Life: Understand how far or how long the wheelchair can travel on a single battery charge. Also, consider how easy it is to charge and the availability of replacement batteries.

  6. Weight Capacity: Ensure the chair can comfortably and safely support the user's weight. Atlantis Heavy Duty Power Chair offers a weight capacity of up to 600 lbs. and an impressive range of 32 miles. 

  7. Speed: Some electric wheelchairs have multiple speed settings, which can be useful in different environments and for safety reasons.

  8. Cushioning: Ensuring proper cushioning is vital for those who will be in their chairs for extended periods. Additional seating upgrades like Pressure Sore Cushions can be purchased for extra comfort. 

  9. Backrests: Some users might need reclining backrests or other special features for spinal or posture issues.

  10. Warranty and Service: Understand the warranty terms. Consider the availability of service centers or technicians if repairs are needed.

  11. Price: Power wheelchairs can be expensive. Consider your budget and find the one that is suitable for your needs.

  12. Transport: How easy is it to transport in a vehicle? Transport power wheelchairs are usually lightweight and foldable. Some chairs are designed to be easily disassembled for portability.

  13. Reviews and Recommendations: Look for reviews from other users who have similar needs to get insights on durability, reliability, and user satisfaction.

  14. Accessories and Add-ons: From cup holders to storage bags, see what accessories are available and if they fit your needs.

  15. Tires and Ground Clearance: Depending on where you'll be using the wheelchair, you might want a model with higher ground clearance and larger tires if you plan on going over rough terrain.

Remember, the primary goal when purchasing a power wheelchair is to enhance your mobility and help you regain independence. 

Order your Merits power wheelchair today or give us a call at 1-800-711-1940. Our phone agents are standing by to answer any questions you may have. 

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Merits Health USA was founded In 1985. They manufacture innovative healthcare products for people with mobility issues.

Merits built its power wheelchair in Taichung, Taiwan, and today is considered one of the leading mobility product manufacturers.

The company is headquartered in Cape Coral, Florida, and has global office locations in Santa Fe Springs, CA, Taichung, Taiwan, and Jiangsu, China.