Karman Swing Away Footrest Ergonomic Wheelchair

Last updated: February 20, 2023

This wheelchair is one of the most comfortable, thanks to the ergonomic contouring of its seat. An antibacterial seat keeps you safe while a lightweight design makes it easy to maneuver. It is one of the pricier wheelchairs, though, and its weight capacity maxes out at 250 pounds.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This padded wheelchair is easily customizable with many removable parts.

In our analysis of 35 expert reviews, the Karman Swing Away Footrest Ergonomic Wheelchair placed 5th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Karman Healthcare S-ERGO305 series is the idea chair for users requiring comfort, adjustability, and ruggedness. Standard features include a 1″ OD aircraft grade aluminum frame with a limited lifetime warranty, our patented s-shape seating frame, removable anti bacterial seat and back cushions, removable and adjustable footrest, flip back armrest coupled with adjustable height armpads, and an adjustable seat height capable of 18″, 19″, and 20″ seat to floor height, quick release rear wheels are also standard and allow for an additional 3 pounds of weight savings. With the abundance of adjustability, comfort, and high end craftsmanship, the S-305 is suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage for users up to 250 pounds.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Lightweight yet sturdy
Lightweight. Durable. Anti-bacterial seat. Ergonomic contouring.
It’s comfortable, and it’s highly configurable, which means that you can tweak and adjust it until it’s a perfect fit for you.
The frame is crafted from an aircraft grade aluminum, allowing it to be only 29 lbs light.

What reviewers didn't like

Expensive. Quick release wheel can be complicated to operate.
We’d love to see the addition of handbrakes that the caregiver could use on those occasions, which would make the chair even better at handling sloping terrains.
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