EZ-Access 2.5" Rubber Threshold Ramp
mark l. from moscow, tn (caregiver)
My wife is 65, is confined to a wheelchair due to inoperable knee damage.
It is easy to install, non-slip even when wet, works well with both manual and electric wheelchairs
It is a bit too wide for a single door, but not quite wide enough for a double door. I would have liked it to be wide enough to cut in half for use on two doors.
Reviewed on 02/04/2016
joyce k. from encinitas, ca
I have MS, mid-60's and absolutely love this threshold. Now I can scooter in and out of my garage.
Reviewed on 04/29/2015
Easy fix for getting over uneven pavement on sidewalks, driveways and doorways.
vicki p. from naperville, il
I use a power chair due to physical limitations from muscular dystrophy.
Lightweight and transportable.
Reviewed on 02/16/2015
judy s. from glenwood, mn (caregiver)
89, vision impaired, unsteady, weak legs
This ramp is very heavy and sturdy. It is visually easy to see and use if walking or using a mobility scooter. It has a rough texture and can never be slippery. We bought 2 and use them for the front and back doors.
Reviewed on 11/21/2014
richard r. from apple valley, ca
I am 56 years old and mostly use a scooter to get around.
You don't have to install anything, just lay it down where you want it.
Reviewed on 07/09/2014
jeri s. from clovis, ca
Durability of materials.
Reviewed on 05/16/2014
debra m. from dickinson, tx
I'm 53 & husband 61, both in wheelchairs. Installed ramp at bottom door of elevator. It's perfect!
Moveable. Ours is unpinned. Don't need anyway, it's heavy enough to be steady. I want 2 more!
Reviewed on 05/07/2014
I was very happy with the quality. This is made of a durable rubber that will last for years, and it looks very nice at my front entrance.
ginger c. from max meadows, va (caregiver)
My son is going on 15 and has CP with spastic diplegia... and is bound to a wheel chair.
Very happy with the product.
Reviewed on 04/08/2014
Quality product that assists in making access to areas not otherwise available.
irvin d. from mountain view, ca
91 year old that requires walker or mobility scooter to move around the house. Needed ramp to get over 3" threshold. Installing the 2.5" ramp
Material and quality.
Reviewed on 02/19/2014
michelle f. from benbrook, tx
48 year old female with spinal muscular atrophy. Use a motorized wheelchair.
rubber ramp no slip easy to install
only comes in black so shows all the dirt
Reviewed on 01/30/2014