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Ableware 706220001 Wheelchair Plastic Cup Holder by Maddak

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Ableware's Wheelchair Cup Holder holds a drink securely on wheelchair frames, bed rails, and other tubular frames. The plastic cup holder is slotted on two sides to hold a cup with handles and is accessible to left or right-handed people. It can also hold a glass, can or bottle. The rugged plastic clamp has a large easy-to-tighten lever knob. It is designed for people with fine motors and grasping disabilities.

Technical Specifications: 

Warranty: 12 months parts and labor. The clamp fits a 1 inches (2.5 cm) diameter tube and comes with a sleeve to reduce it to fit 7/8 inches (2.2 cm) tube frames.

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Price: 
11.21
as of: 
11/17/2015
Ableware 706220001 Wheelchair Plastic Cup Holder by Maddak

Made By:

Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.)
Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
661 Route 23 South
7470 Wayne , NJ United States
Email address: CustService@Maddak.com
Phone: 800-443-4926
Fax: 973-305-0841
New Jersey US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
973-628-7600
Web Address: 
http://www.maddak.com
Tags: 
Walking, Therapeutic Aids, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements, Seating, Wheeled Mobility

Sold By:

Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.)
Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
661 Route 23 South
7470 Wayne , NJ United States
Email address: CustService@Maddak.com
Phone: 800-443-4926
Fax: 973-305-0841
New Jersey US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
973-628-7600
Web Address: 
http://www.maddak.com
Tags: 
Walking, Therapeutic Aids, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements, Seating, Wheeled Mobility
 
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