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EIGHT-TEN PAC (MODEL WH810)     

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Picture of EIGHT-TEN PAC (MODEL WH810) The Eight-Ten Pac is an under seat pocket carrying accessory designed for use by individuals who spend long periods of time in a wheelchair. This carrying aid attaches to the frame of wheelchairs and hangs under the seat behind the user's legs. Features include SR-ADST Side Release Adapt A Straps system for quick attachment and detachment, and a large circular custom pull ring for easy detection and opening. This bag is made in the USA of highly durable nylon fabric with nylon tape bonded seams. It has a Suspension System for stability and a large pull ring for quick access. DIMENSIONS: 10 x 8 inches. COLOR: Bright neon colors with black trim. WARRANTY: Repair or replacement guarantee.

Notes: Eight-Ten Pac and Suspension System are trademarks of Advantage Bag Company.

Price: 29.95.

This product record was updated on June 29, 2011.

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Advantage Bag Company

22633 Ellinwood Drive
Torrance, California 90505
United States
Telephone: 800-556-6307 or 310-540-8197.
Fax: 310-316-2561.
Web: http://www.advantagebag.com.
Email: advantagebag@verizon.net.


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