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Welcome to Marc's Mobility, where we supply a whole host of motorized power wheelchairs and electric wheelchairs of all types. A majority of our wheelchair store focuses on providing gently used, like new equipment (find a wide selection of used power wheelchairs here), but we understand that some people have reservations about using preowned equipment. To help ensure that our store has everything you need for mobility, we offer new power wheelchairs on this page.
What means “New” for Electric Wheelchair (Medical Wheelchair)?
There’s no trick here, each of the mobility wheelchairs listed on this page is brand-new and has never been used before. Shop by brand, price, and features. We have a wide range of motorized electric wheelchairs available, ensuring that you can find one for your needs. Every motorized mobility wheelchair for the disabled comes with free batteries and has exclusive deals on all of our listings.
Mobility Electric Wheelchair Price
We fight to bring you huge savings and discounts by cutting the prices. While it may not be as much savings as our refurbished products, they will still provide you with significant savings on buying a new electric wheelchair.
If you’re looking for disability power chairs, we’re confident there’s one on our list that can fit in your budget.
Types of Power Wheelchairs
Portable / Lightweight / Travel Power Wheelchairs
A travel power wheelchair is compact, portable and has a driving range of up to 10 miles for your convenience. Lightweight units work well on sidewalks and cruises, in malls and airports so you never have to think twice about planning your next adventure. A standard contoured seat comes with a padded base and back, alongside flip-up armrests for portability and easy cleaning. The foot platform also makes transfers quick and easy.
This is a stellar ultra-compact option if you can be transferred out of the extremely maneuverable unit and you or a helper can disassemble, reassemble and lift the seat, battery pack and base.
Please note that a travel power wheelchair is not intended for long distances or rough terrain.
Heavy Duty Power Wheelchairs (High Weight Capacity)
Ergonomically designed for optimal performance and users up to 450 pounds, heavy-duty power wheelchairs provide a wealth of style options, including folding and center-wheel drive. Go far in your newly independent life with a battery range up to 16 miles and plenty of torque with rear or mid-wheel drive.
Each unit is tested multiple times to ensure the durability of the tires, lights and upgraded electronics. A larger, deeper seat keeps you comfortable over rough terrain while durable tires provide precise turns with the sturdiest of frames.
Bariatric Power Wheelchairs
Bariatric patients have specific needs owing to chronic health problems and excessive weight. Breathing challenges, poor circulation and joint pain are addressed with larger seats and a multitude of power functionalities so users up to 600 pounds can be comfortable during daily activities. Manage your routine with the impressive maneuverability of these life-enriching units you can ride for extended hours.
Comfortably shift your weight and experience easier transfers.
Folding Power Wheelchairs
Spread your wings and fly with lightweight folding power wheelchairs. These compact cruisers fit anywhere, even in backseats. Quick-release motors make it a cinch to put these units in vehicles and airplanes. Each one is designed to quickly fold and unfold in seconds.
Adjust to any position with moveable armrests and footrests. Drive on inclines and declines within reason.
Outdoor Power Wheelchairs
Answer the call of the great outdoors with an outdoor power wheelchair. Thick grass and gravel are no match for the right fresh-air unit to go off road.
Powered by the strongest motors on the market, the larger tires are crowned by a sturdier frame that keeps you comfortable for greater travel ranges at a higher weight capacity while being lighter than a heavy-duty unit for easier transport.
All-Terrain Power Wheelchairs
Plan an all-terrain adventure with the right power wheelchair for recreational use. Harness the four-wheel drive that keeps riders connected to the ground at all times in sand, snow, mud, uphill or up sidewalks. The deep swivel seat ensures a safe and comfortable experience.
Elevating Power Wheelchairs
Raise and lower your seat to make life easier with an elevating power wheelchair. Feel more comfortable socializing when you have face-to-face conversations while others are standing. With the touch of a button, perform tasks without relying on others while static or driving at a low speed with the chair raised.
Power Wheelchairs Common Questions
What is the difference between power wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, and motorized wheelchairs?
Confused because you’ve heard the terms power wheelchair, electric wheelchair and motorized wheelchair used interchangeably? Let’s clear it up! These terms are used interchangeably because they all really stand for the same type of product.
In general, these units have two motors and four to six wheels on the ground at all times. A rehab chair, however, has a range of seat functions such as Electric Tilt, Electric Recline, Electric Legs and Electric Seat Lift.
What is the difference between an electric wheelchair and an electric mobility scooter?
Electric wheelchairs are preferred by those who cannot be on their feet for long periods or at all due to paralysis or significantly reduced mobility in the upper body. Joysticks allow users to experience complete mobility independence.
These easily customizable units transition easily between indoor and outdoor use. Adjust the seat, height, footrest, back and headrest to your liking. Electric wheelchairs are far easier to maneuver in tight spaces than mobility scooters because they are smaller and lighter. Most run on agm batteries but newer models are moving towards lithium batteries Usually running on lithium battery technology, these units are easy to store and transport.
Electric wheelchairs are usually controlled by a joystick, whereas mobility scooters have handlebars.
An electric wheelchair allows you to customize height, footrest, back and headrest. In contrast, a mobility scooter is not as customizable.
Mobility scooters are designed for optimal outdoor use. Electric wheelchairs can be used indoors or outdoors without any problem.
Those challenged by age-related bone diseases or other chronic conditions who can use both hands and have retained fine motor skills prefer electric mobility scooters.
Powered by batteries, the units are controlled via the handlebars and are generally for outdoor use. Some models have swivel seats for help getting on and off. Users can travel some distance on a single charge.
What should I look for when buying an electric wheelchair?
When buying an electric wheelchair, there are four factors to consider:
If you live in a state with hills and steep areas, purchase a chair with an incline rating of 8 degrees or more. Knowing the lay of your land means you won’t damage your unit when trying to be mobile over a variety of terrains. An electric wheelchair that will primarily be used indoors does not need this consideration.
Pick a unit that is a few pounds above your highest weight to avoid a multitude of repairs. A motor operated at maximum load daily will have issues. An unstressed motor will last years longer.
Battery chemistry and capacity
Many airlines restrict lithium batteries of a certain capacity. Check if the unit you prefer has a battery upgrade to make travel easier.
Some units have parts that are rare or hard to track down. Choose a manufacturer that is well-known to avoid any delays or dead ends when getting replacement parts.
Your lifestyle is also an important factor in finding the best electric wheelchair for you. If you spend quite a bit of time sitting throughout the day, a classic seat might be best for you. If you do a lot of transfers, a swivel seat would be a great option. Travel lovers should choose the best lightweight electric wheelchair for their adventures.
How much does an electric wheelchair weigh?
An electric wheelchair weighs between 50-250 to over 400 lbs for rehab chair lbs.
Run by a power base at the bottom that contains drive wheels, motors, brakes and batteries, an electric wheelchair has a wiring harness, contoured seat and a joystick. Weight depends on these components.
What does ‘lightweight electric wheelchair’ mean?
A lightweight wheelchair weighs between 48 to 60 pounds. These units are typically crafted from aluminum and sometimes steel. The large size of the rear wheels for greater stability separate it from transport chairs.
For greater portability and storage options, a lightweight electric wheelchair is best.
How do I transport a power wheelchair?
When you are on an adventure, you don’t want the hassles of transportation to slow you down. There are several ways of mobility wheelchair transportation:
A mobility lift is easy to set up in any vehicle. There are two types of lifts: interior and exterior. An interior lift mounts inside the vehicle. An exterior lift mounts to a hitch to raise the wheelchair into the vehicle and lowers it to leave.
The biggest consideration when using a vehicle lift is the weight limit.
Modifying an existing van is a great option if you have the time and money. You will need a sliding door on the side that is ideally operated with a remote and a ramp long enough to reach the ground.
A trailer is a great option if you do not want to invest money into an accessible van. Check that this option can handle a heavy-duty chair and that you can leave your chair to ride in the main car. Damage can occur if your chair has not been properly secured.
Many public buses, trains and ferries have more than enough space for power wheelchairs.
How many hours does it take to charge an electric wheelchair?
Battery-powered wheelchair can take between eight and 12 hours to charge, depending on the amps of the charger. To make your days as mobile as possible, nightly charges are best. Try to let the battery charge fully and always check the specific recommendations of your battery.
Do electric wheelchairs have brakes?
Slow down and stop with ease because your electric wheelchair does have a braking system. Using your hands, be safe and secure as you go about your daily life or adventure. No need for any physical effort!
How fast can a motorized wheelchair go?
On average, a motorized wheelchair drives up to 4 mph depending on your weight and the terrain. Batteries should be fully charged and tires set to the appropriate pressure to achieve optimal speed.
Consider how fast you want to go for indoor and outdoor use. A lower speed is preferred for indoor use.
Do electric wheelchairs arrive fully assembled?
No. Many chairs need to be unboxed and assembled. We have a multitude of useful videos on Marc’s Mobility YouTube channel to give you the support you deserve through this process.
Can I take my electric wheelchair on an airplane?
Yes, however some airlines do not allow certain types of lithium batteries. Please check the rules of your flight carrier to ensure you can be ready for your next adventure and take your power chair on board!
Are electric wheelchairs returnable?
We want you to be fully satisfied with every item that you purchase from MarcsMobility.com. If you are not satisfied with a purchase, you may return most items within 30 days. The 30 days is calendar days and begins with the date you receive the product. For complete return policy specifics, please click here to view our terms and conditions page.
How do I buy an electric wheelchair from Marc's Mobility?
- Check out all of our models on our website.
- Go to our YouTube channel to see our reviews and demonstrations.
- Buy your unit online with our exclusive offers.
- We support our customers. If you have any questions just call us at 1-800-677-6293.
What happens if my power wheelchair breaks down?
If you purchased your unit with Marc’s Mobility and it requires repairs, give us a call or send us a chat message. We also have several videos on YouTube to help you do it yourself if the repair is minor. Our customer service team is available six days a week to help you out.
At Marc's Mobility LLC, we believe in bottom line pricing with no hidden charges or fees. We also provide free shipping (U.S. domestic - lower 48) because we want your online experience to be just like you walked into our store and purchased a power wheelchair or mobility scooter. Due to current elevated fuel prices in the Country, temporary fuel surcharges are in place for certain zip codes, for more information please speak to a member of the Marc's Mobility team. If you place a purchase online and are in a zip code effected, a member of our team will contact you to discuss further.
Why Choose Marc's Mobility?
New battery-powered portable electric wheelchairs come directly out of the box and haven’t been used or messed with. Ultimately, a motorized wheelchair can help give you or your loved one the freedom they need. As one gets older or suffers physical illnesses that hinder their mobility, it’s a relief to know there are options for them to go about their lives, such as the electric battery power wheelchair or medical wheelchairs.
Everyone has the right to a normal life, and with the help of elevating walkers and electric wheelchairs, people don’t have to feel like they’re missing out on the part of life, just because of their limited mobility. Our selection includes new power wheelchairs that can be used for indoor mobility, outside, or on rocky terrain. We focus on providing you with multiple options to find the mobile electric wheelchair for sale near you.
When you purchase an electric wheelchair for adults from us, we want to know that your product works smoothly. If there are any problems or issues, contact Marc's Mobility support team, and we’ll go above and beyond to make you happy with your new electric wheelchair. We have a guarantee on all of our electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
If there are any malfunctions, broken parts, or fixes needed, call us at 800 677-6293 and we will work to troubleshoot or partner with the manufacturer directly on any warranty issues to get your electric wheelchair up and running again. Other distributors may send you to another company or make you find the parts yourself. Call us at 1-800-677-6293 and we’ll work side-by-side with you to find what you’re looking for.