EZ-Access EZ-Access Threshold Ramp
joe r. from pulaski, tn
I have a power wheelchair. Allows me to go outside through back door - makes it alot easier with ramps.
Ease of use
Do not know of any, works like suppose to
Reviewed on 09/16/2016
richard l. k. from north fort myers, fl (caregiver)
My wife, who is 81, has Parkinson's and we recently acquired a scooter for her. Obviously we needed a ramp. We may buy another in the near future.
Reviewed on 09/09/2016
maryann b. from alvin, tx
My husband uses a wheelchair.
Made well. I bought the ramps to help w/c get over threshold, didn't work as hoped. Would have to alter doorway thresholds in and out.
Ramp was too long, couldn't shut door.
Reviewed on 09/04/2016
barbara p. from crescent city, ca (caregiver)
My husband is in a wheelchair & they make it easyer to get in & out our doors.
Makes it easy to get in & out.
I needed more instructions on how to install.
Reviewed on 09/02/2016
rebecca a. from el paso, tx
It is a little bit steep for me, therefore it needs to be a longer ramp for the incline. Otherwise, this product works as expected.
It is sturdy. Metal braces to the floor at each joint. It is heavy enough that it doesn't move during use.
The ramp needs to be longer to match it's incline for a 5 inch threshold.
Reviewed on 09/01/2016
ronald j. from mineral point, wi
Fits like it was made for the door size, easy to use. Works great. Thanks
Reviewed on 08/31/2016
This ramp suits our needs vey well (to this point in time - we have not used it in the winter)
carol m. from grove city, pa (caregiver)
Semi-handicapped, overweight, mobile scooter user.
Reviewed on 08/19/2016
dawn b. from callaway, fl
User is disabled person with scooter chair.
I especially like that it doesn't go to far into the room or out to deck so it isn't a tripping hazard from the side. Picture on the webpage shows it all
A little expensive to buy a set but it is good heavy duty.
Reviewed on 08/18/2016
james l. from port st lucie, fl
At curb parking space for use with both power wheel chair and manual wheel chair.
Reviewed on 08/15/2016
barry t. from greenville, nc (caregiver)
My Wife lost the use of lower extremities due to Parkinsons disease. She is confined to a wheel chair.
Met the need of a smooth transition over a high threshold.
None to date.
Reviewed on 08/12/2016