The Wheelchair Armrest Pad / Desk Length in Urethane features solid urethane construction and fits most desk length armrest wheelchairs from Invacare, Everest and Jennings (E&J), Medline, Drive, and Tuffcare. Sold individually (each). For a pair, order quantity 2.
Features solid urethane construction which is the most durable of all the armrest pads
Embedded into the urethane is a metal rail for the screws to attach making it very strong
Universal design fits most wheelchairs with desk length armrests
Please review the dimension guide below prior to purchase to verify fitment!
Sold individually (each). For a pair, order quantity 2
The Wheelchair Desk Length Armrest Pad in Urethane fits most manual wheelchairs and many power wheelchairs from Invacare, Quickie, Everest and Jennings, Tuffcare, plus other brands with desk length armrests (desk length armrests allow the wheelchair to roll up to a table or desk). Use the guide below to determine if this armrest pad will work for your wheelchair.
Wheelchair Desk Length Armrest Pad in Urethane Dimension Guide
Most wheelchairs come with different arm pad options, so it important to verify fitment before purchasing. The easiest way to know if this wheelchair desk length armrest pad will work is to flip over your existing armrest pad and match the overall size and hole pattern to what is shown below. This replacement pad comes with all three sets of holes but you only need to match one set of holes.
Wheelchair Desk Length Armrest Pad in Urethane Installation Tips
Installing this wheelchair armrest pad only takes a Phillips head screwdriver. To gain access to the two screws holding the armrest pad on, remove the armrest side panel or flip it up (depending on your wheelchair model). If your wheelchair has fixed armrest side panels, you can lay the wheelchair on its side to gain access. Unscrew the old armrest pad and replace with the new one using the screws provided.
Wheelchair Armrest Pad / Desk Length in Urethane
The best choice for a replacement armrest., July 13, 2018 By Neil Gale (Belleville, IL)
After 4 months in my wheelchair, the vinyl armrest that came on the chair cracked and split.
I ordered this Urethane replacement. I couldn''t be happier. It was a 4 screw, 2 minute fix.
I''m confident that this armrest will not fail because my $1,400 office chair, 6 years old, has Urethane armrests and it was comfortable to sit 8 hours a day.
A great product, June 16, 2016 By Charles (Maquoketa, IA)
They are easy to attach and quite comfortable. They are made with urethane, so they are resilient and built to last. Anyone in the market for new armrests should definitely consider this product. They''re much better than the plastic ones IMO, and not much more expensive.