SUITCASE® Trifold Ramp
(Model No. SUITCASE TFAS)
Very pleased with the ramp.
Quality of the material
susan w. from salem, oh
Heavy to move but stationary very useful
800lb weight, rails on all sides, traction surface
garlan l. from chatham, il (caregiver)
Gentleman that uses the to ride his mobility scooter in and out of our home as his knee issues cause a fall risk even on the 2 steps to our house
good if you are strong
concept is good
joan l. from naples, fl
my husband needed this to access our car with his scooter
My husbans uses this ramp to get my power chair into and...
It is portable and folds/unfolds easily.
It seems a little heavy, but that is my opinion, not my husband's.
linda l. from san francisco, ca
I have been in a wheelchair since i broke my ankle in 2011, We purchased a power chair to make it easier for me to get around (love the power chair
It's easy enough for my wife to manage because of it being...
The strengths of this product are it's being of sturdy light weight aluminum,fold-able and breaks apart to 2 pieces weighing only 25lbs each.
If it has a weakness to point out I haven't found it as yet.
dennis s. from irma, wi
The 8' folding aluminum ramp was bought for loading my power chair into our van. It has proven well worth the price. 2 piece breaks down to 25lbs ea.
Thankful for the ramps
The ramp works as described. It is a bit heavy for me at 35 lbs but still manageable.
terry o. from chatfield, mn (caregiver)
My husband has recently started using a power wheelchair. We have a regular van but by taking out the seat and using the suitcase ramps we can go out
betty g. from cortez, co (caregiver)
Didn’t work for us. Too big and heavy
weight-- but you need that to be strong
betty and larry b. from deshler, oh
Handicap user in and out of pickup truck
ALL IS GOOD
jerry s. from new york, ny
The ramp is easy to transport in my van and works lead for...
Folds into a suitcase option and is relatively lightweight for putting in and out of my vehicls
donald p. from austin, mn
I use it put ny Wifes scooter in the rear of my van.
Weight, length, consider reality, age, strengths of users...
Quality of product, strenght,design.
thomas s. from coupeville, wa
Male, 76 yrs of age, retried USN Master Chief Petty Officer, Parkinson disease advancing at an increasing pace reason, wife age 80, married 47yrs
Light and easy to use.
Don't see any weakness.
clarence w. from freeport, il (caregiver)