Because the 650lb load capacity MX-PRO R3 isn’t enough for your fat ass

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MX-PRO Bariatric Transport – Best-in-Class

1600lb Weight Capacity
The MX-PRO Bariatric Transport features an industry-leading 1600lb weight capacity to safely move larger patients and ensure operator and patient safety alike.

Optimal Patient Surface
The MX-PRO’s 29-inch frame provides exceptional lateral stability and patient comfort, yet fits standard entryways and exits.

Fibercore Mattress
Designed especially for the MX-PRO Bariatric Transport, Stryker’s unique fibercore mattress reduces mattress compression for best-in-class bariatric comfort and ease of transfe


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    Caio
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    Trawn, if you didn’t also post an armoured vehicle I would wonder if your latest spree was some kind of weird advertizing campaign. Unless that armoured vehicle is some kind of weird handicap weapon and I just didn’t notice.

    Excelsior
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    Notice though the stair thing is made by “Stryker”
    Coincidence? I too smell an ad

    Phyreblade
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    Hmmm… Doesn’t look big enough to cart a 1600lb patient anywhere…

    Excelsior
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    @G A Thrawn
    No harm, no foul. Just seemed odd to suddenly have Medical equipment posted on MCS

    Lokis_Mentor
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    I had the pneumatics go out on an R3 with AMI onboard. He was at the limits of good taste on that rig and was an 8 man lift in to the truck. ugh.. rough night.

    @GAThrawn – Trauma Spec w/ 1st Cav “…So that others may live” “Garryowen”

    deleted_user
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    Just like wheelchairs, they put a lot of engineering into these things now, although there aren’t many people actually using these because of the high cost.

    Same effort goes into $7,000 mountain bikes.



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