Wheelchairs

Discover independence and tailored mobility with our extensive range of wheelchairs, encompassing both self-propelled and transit options. Self-propelled wheelchairs offer users the freedom to navigate at their own pace, utilizing large rear wheels and handrims for independent movement, while transit wheelchairs prioritize caregiver assistance, featuring a lightweight and compact design for easy manoeuvrability in confined spaces.

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Dash Express Transit Wheelchair - Great British MobilityDash Express Transit Wheelchair - Great British Mobility
Vendor: RHealthcareDash Express Transit Wheelchair
Sale price£159.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Transit
  • Seat Width: 17in (43cm)
  • Limit: 15 Stone
  • Weight: 12.2 kg

1 colour available

Aluminium - Great British MobilityAluminium - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DriveAluminium
Sale price£199.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Transit
  • Seat Width: 18in (45cm)
  • Limit: 20 Stone
  • Weight: 8.9 kg

1 colour available

Transport - Great British MobilityTransport - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DriveTransport
Sale price£199.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Transit
  • Seat Width: 19in (48cm)
  • Limit: 18 Stone
  • Weight: 12.0 kg

1 colour available

TraveLite Aluminium - Great British MobilityTraveLite Aluminium - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DriveTraveLite Aluminium
Sale price£199.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Transit
  • Seat Width: 18in (45cm)
  • Limit: 18 Stone
  • Weight: 10.0 kg

1 colour available

Silver Sport - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DriveSilver Sport
Sale price£249.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Self-Propel
  • Seat Width: 18in (45cm)
  • Limit: 18 Stone
  • Weight: 19.0 kg

Phantom Self Propelled - Great British MobilityPhantom Self Propelled - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DrivePhantom Self Propelled
Sale price£319.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Self-Propel
  • Seat Width: 19in (48cm)
  • Limit: 21 Stone
  • Weight: 14.0 kg

Phantom Transit - Great British MobilityPhantom Transit - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DrivePhantom Transit
Sale price£319.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Transit
  • Seat Width: 19in (48cm)
  • Limit: 21 Stone
  • Weight: 14.0 kg

G-Logic Self Propelled - Great British MobilityG-Logic Self Propelled - Great British Mobility
Vendor: Van OsG-Logic Self Propelled
Regular price £459.00 Sale price£349.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Self-Propel and Crash Tested
  • Seat Width: 18in (45cm)
  • Limit: 18 Stone
  • Weight: 12.0 kg

G-Logic Transit - Great British MobilityG-Logic Transit - Great British Mobility
Vendor: Van OsG-Logic Transit
Regular price £459.00 Sale priceFrom £349.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Transit and Crash Tested
  • Seat Width: 18in (45cm)
  • Limit: 18 Stone
  • Weight: 12.0 kg

Excel G-Explorer - Great British MobilityExcel G-Explorer - Great British Mobility
Vendor: Van OsExcel G-Explorer
Sale price£399.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Self-Propel
  • Seat Width: 18in (45cm)
  • Limit: 17 Stone
  • Weight: 15.0 kg

1 colour available

K-Chair - Great British MobilityK-Chair - Great British Mobility
Vendor: DriveK-Chair
Sale price£799.00
With VAT Relief

  • Type: Self-Propel
  • Seat Width: 17in (43cm)
  • Limit: 18 Stone
  • Weight: 15.0 kg

2 colours available

Self-propelled wheelchairs and transit wheelchairs are both essential mobility aids designed to improve the independence and quality of life for individuals with mobility challenges. Each type caters to specific needs and preferences, offering distinct benefits and differences.


Self-propelled wheelchairs are equipped with large rear wheels that allow users to propel themselves forward by hand. The user's upper body strength is crucial for maneuvering and controlling the wheelchair. These wheelchairs are ideal for individuals who have sufficient upper body strength and prefer to navigate independently. The key advantage lies in the autonomy they provide, allowing users to move at their own pace and direction without relying on assistance.


On the other hand, transit wheelchairs, also known as transport wheelchairs, are designed for ease of use by a caregiver or attendant. They typically have smaller rear wheels and lack the large handrims found on self-propelled wheelchairs. Transit wheelchairs are lightweight and more compact, making them easier to navigate in tight spaces and transport in vehicles. The emphasis is on simplicity and convenience, making them an excellent choice for individuals who may not have the strength or desire to propel themselves.


One notable difference is the level of independence offered by each type. Self-propelled wheelchairs provide users with the freedom to control their movement, promoting a sense of empowerment and self-reliance. Transit wheelchairs, on the other hand, prioritize ease of use and the ability for caregivers to assist, making them well-suited for situations where a user may require constant assistance.


Ultimately, the choice between a self-propelled and transit wheelchair depends on the user's individual needs, preferences, and lifestyle. Factors such as upper body strength, desire for independence, and the availability of a caregiver's assistance play crucial roles in determining which type of wheelchair would best enhance the user's mobility and overall well-being.