- 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
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
cora m. from ranchester, wy
Age 82, partial paralysis; total paralysis in left side. Uses mobile chair 90% of the time. Needed a ramp so I wouldn't ruin my threshold going outsi
durability----soundness of product... '
Heavy to handle for a one-handed old lady
Reviewed on 11/01/2015
todd m. from dayton, mn
My brother-in-law has MS and is in a scooter. We needed something to get him in and out of our cabin threshold.
This is a very sturdy, quality ramp.
No weaknesses of this product.
Reviewed on 10/10/2015