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Singlefold Ramp

 
4.5  from  22 reviews
95% recommended

Sizes available up to 5 feet long

Prairie View Ramps

(Model No. SFW)

$187.00
$244.00
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4.5
 
(22)
5 stars: 72%
 
(16)
4 stars: 18%
 
(4)
3 stars: 4%
 
(1)
2 stars: 0%
 
(0)
1 star: 4%
 
(1)
Features
 
4.8
Quality
 
4.9
Ease of Use
 
4.5
Meets Expectations
 
4.5

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Great for inaccessible entrances

 
4.0 / 5
Strengths:

Heavy but sturdy and safe

Weaknesses:

Too heavy

Reviewer:
User Details:

Ramp was purchased for our 47 yo daughter who is wheelchair bound. As we have aged we find we can do less lifting and pushing with her.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
4

Singlefold Ramp: Review

 
3.5 / 5
Strengths:

Not provided

Weaknesses:

Not provided

Reviewer:
User Details:

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Features
 
4
Quality
 
4
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
3

Very heavy for my wife but good quality

 
4.3 / 5
Strengths:

Will take heavy weights, electric wheelchair ect.

Weaknesses:

Heavy to move.

Reviewer:
User Details:

My wife helps me with the ramp.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
4

Good traction. Non-slip surface

 
4.3 / 5
Strengths:

Feels secure. Good traction. Angle fine.

Weaknesses:

Side rails I agree may be for safety and strength, but should be underneath. This would not prevent a roll off anyway. Bottom end could be flared out so you could turn off easier to right or left. I must make a sharp turn when I get to bottom of ramp because of a porch railing in front of me.

Reviewer:
User Details:

COPD Carry ox. Bad knees and do not walk well. Use 4-wheel scooter in and out house. Side rails should be on underside so cart can make turns on and o

Features
 
3
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
4

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