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PACK RAT WHEELCHAIR BACKPACK    


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Picture of PACK RAT WHEELCHAIR BACKPACK The Pack Rat Wheelchair Backpack is a wheelchair back pouch designed for use by individuals with lower extremity or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury and others who use a wheelchair. Made from water resistant 600D PVC coated material, it has two large straps with loops for attaching to a wheelchair with or without a push handle. The pouch has two large zippered storage compartments. There is an opening for earphones attached to an MP3 player or radio stored in pocket in the front compartment. An outside front net compartment can be used for keys, a water bottle, or items belonging to a personal assistant pushing the wheelchair. Power chair users must have handles or other framing to attach the unit. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): 17 x 12.5 x 6 inches. Inside pocket is 12.5 x 12.5 inches. COLOR: Blue and gray.

Price: 38.00.

This product record was updated on February 20, 2012.

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Manufacturer:

WheelChairGear

Suite 126 Cindy Drive
Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey 08234
United States
Telephone: 609-653-6787.
Fax: 609-653-6787.
Web: http://www.wheelchairgear.com.
Email: les@wheelchairgear.com.


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