Mclain Wheelchair Training Rollers

Mclain Wheelchair Training Rollers
(2 reviews)  

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Possibly the most convenient and practical means of wheelchair training and exercise in the home are Mclain Wheelchair Training Rollers. Simple assembly added value to Mclain Wheelchair Training Rollers with no tools - just hand screws. An eight-pound flywheel adds momentum to Mclain Wheelchair Training Roller drums and allows for three setting of speed. Accommodates regular and sport chairs. Easy ramp access, folds for storage. Adjustable legs. Brake for getting on and off the roller. Five year guarantee. 32 inch wide lathe turned drums. Sealed bearings. Made in the USA.


  • Not For Racing Chairs.



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I've had my McLain approx.1999. Infact, the version I have has a wooden ramp, not the metal one pictured. LOVE it. I would recommend for anyone will good upper body strength for a good cardio workout. Maintaining my weight is tough w/o it
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Jul 5, 2015
I tried one of these a while back - the concept is great, pushing your wheelchair on rollers is proven to improve fitness but the Mclains are not the easiest to use! Getting into them you have to go up over the rollers and getting off the brake you have to reach over. You basically need an helper to use it.

Advantages: Concept is great and training on rollers will improve fitness.

Disadvantages: The design and getting on and off.
Also heavy!
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