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Steel Wheelchair – NMW1951B-56

Powder coating, steel, frame, 22"
detachable footrest, rubber foam castor.
seat width, flip-up armrest,

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Powder coating, steel, frame, 22" detachable footrest, rubber foam castor. seat width, flip-up armrest

Ref. No.:
NW GW
NMW1951B-56 73 56 62 20 54 93 125 83x33x93 21.5 24.1 112 245

Detachable footrest Steel Wheelchair, Yes, when Mike and I first started, production of our beach wheelchairs occurred in our living room, and on the back porch  Marketing consisted of me and my mother at the kitchen table, stuffing envelopes with product information, and Mailing them!! This was PID (pre-internet days) so business was done a little differently than today.

Steel Wheelchair

As our company grew, we knew we needed to expand our operations. Our solution was to build and equip a little “shop” in the backyard,  We hired our first full-time employee and felt comfortable our new production capabilities could easily keep up with sales. We couldn’t have been more wrong!

 It didn’t take long before the shop activities began to invade our house.  It was pretty innocuous at first, Steel Wheelchair A finished beach wheelchair in the living room, a bag of nuts, bolts, and washers on the kitchen counters, and various tools, or equipment lying around on the pool deck.  Nexgen However, as time passed, the invasion continued.

detachable footrest Wheelchair

 The garage was where the welding, milling, drilling took place.  The pool deck became the surf ox station. The side of the backyard shop was the grinding area, and inside the shop was where the tubing was cut and bent,  Slings, and cushions were sewn in one bedroom, and ready-to-be assembled chairs were stored in the second bedroom. Eventually, the living room became the packaging and shipping department

Detachable footrest Wheelchair

 Before I realized it, I had two full-time employees, and at times an additional three to five part-time employees, all stomping around the house, going from one workstation to the next. The sounds that filled our house on a daily basis consisted of, the tape being ripped across boxes, doors continuously being opened and shut, and an air compressor that never, ever, seemed to shut off,

I was usually in my office with the dogs and my cat, multi-tasking all the administrative, and marketing duties, door tightly shut

 It was insane. We had to move

Finally, after much searching, we found the perfect Shop for Debug Mobility Products In 2014 we moved on up to our new location!