- Available in 1", 1.5", 2", 2.5", 3" and 4" rises or buy the 4" rise and get all sizes!
- Slip resistant rubber can be trimmed or notched for a custom fit
- Made of high-impact recycled rubber
- Maintenance free and easy to install
- Meets ADA slope requirements
Pride Rubber Threshold Ramp
christina b. from seaside, or
Physically disabled, enters the home (where the ramp has been placed) with a 4 wheeled walker) with seat and brakes.
It helps me enter the front door of my apartment with my walker a bit easier.
Cost, and if we needed to, it would be very difficult for the average person to just "cut it" like item claims it can be cut to fit if need be.
Reviewed on 10/29/2016
peter n. from san francisco, ca
Active, middle age people in an apartment with a high door threshold.
Can match different door threshold heights.
Not very stylish or elegant.
Reviewed on 10/14/2016
paul f. from tucson, az (caregiver)
User is 66, wheelchair bound.
Strong,well built and easy to put together. Does exactly what I need it to do.
Reviewed on 08/15/2016
We returned ramps for a full refund, but not without difficulty..
philip b. from naples, fl
User is a person who is confined to a wheelchair and the ramp was to get access to a patio from inside the house. What arrived was immediately useless
None. They were supposed to be 36" wide; they were 41. We did order aluminum which worked.
Reviewed on 07/21/2016
jay h. from gilbert, az
Used to enter house with scooter or wheel chair.
Ease of putting together; exactly size described
Reviewed on 05/27/2016
lauren c. from griffin, ga
79 yrs old. uses ZIP-R regularly
Does not apply
Reviewed on 03/18/2016
hardaway h. from flushing, ny (caregiver)
My wife has Multiple Sclerosis and needs this for a floor lift of 1 1/2 inches to get in bed with a platform I built. Together she has independence
The strength of the rubber with the incline gives one peace of mind
There are no weaknesses. When you cut to adjust width length etc , use a jig saw. The rubber is very hard. safe, sturdy.
Reviewed on 01/21/2016
michael d. from reno, nv
Allows access to doorways for a person who slides his feet with assist of a walker
Ease of install and stays in place without additional attachments
Reviewed on 01/07/2016
jackie f. from oakdale, ny
Wheelchair bound. Ramp went on either side of a sliding door.
Durability, strength, look, material
Reviewed on 01/06/2016
william c. from spooner, wi (caregiver)
my wife is wheelchair bound and the ramp we purched from you provides her with a safe and comfortable ride in and out the apt. door. Thanks so much.
very smooth ride , no bumps,,
Reviewed on 11/21/2015