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Wheelchair Transfer Platform For Swimming Pool-Sale

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#1 jeffe


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Posted 18 September 2010 - 12:12 PM

Wheelchair trasnfer platform for pool use, but could be used to aide in transfer from home to outside. 4 years old, $1,100 new - will sell for $625. or best offer. Best used for wheelchair users who have some arm strength to transfer.


The Aqua-Trek Transfer Platform was designed to better accommodate the wheelchair users who desire to use your pool but don't want to use a lift. The Aqua-Trek TP-1000 provides an easy, convenient, and comfortable way for wheelchair users to move themselves from their chair to the platform and down into the water. The Aqua-Trek TP-1000 is designed to be used with any of our access products and is lightweight and completely portable.

please contact andiellis6@aol.com if interested - Located in Maryland, USA

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