Wheelchair Ramp - Suitcase Style | Homecare & Wheelchair Accessories

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Experience easy access with our Suitcase Wheelchair Ramp, a versatile one-piece aluminium ramp suitable for a range of assistive devices. Its 1520mm length ensures seamless access to buildings with steps, kerbs, and other obstacles. The ramp features a non-slip surface on the underside, providing stability and preventing movement off steps or kerbs.


Convenience is key with this ramp, as it easily folds in half and can be securely bolted shut to prevent accidental opening. A handle allows for easy and convenient transport, and the fixed bolts come with a small chain to ensure they are not lost during use. Additionally, the ramp comes with two sets of fixing bolts, allowing for permanent securement.



  • One piece aluminium
  • Carrying capacity of 200kg
  • Weight – 13.5kg
  • Centre fold design
  • Max Length – 1520mm
  • Max step height – 15.2cm
  • Sturdy handle
  • 2 sets of fixation bolts & chains


  • Product Weight: 13.5kg
  • Length: 1 520mm (Max step height 15.2cm)
  • Width: 720mm
  • Folded Dimensions: 1 550mm (L) x 400mm (W) x 100mm (H)


  • Weight carrying capacity up to 200kg

Discover enhanced accessibility with our Suitcase Wheelchair Ramp at Sheer Mobility.


Every interaction with them has been a wonderful experience! Efficient and reliable and they go the extra mile for their clients. Their services have always been of great quality. Highly recommended.

- Sarah Clarke

Fantastic service, great to work with. Highly recommended.

- Lindi Lucas

Very helpful, know what they are talking about. Very quick to respond.

- Chani Wilding

Kind, caring generous people.

- Rusty Wilcox

Guy working there even came back to open for us after he had closed early over this weekend. Took us through all the options available without even a sigh. Amazing to find this in Cape Town.

- Wayne Wagner

Helpful service for equipment for elderly and disabled.

- Jon Kerr