Rage Powersports Marketing Strategy

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The wheelchair threshold ramp by Rage Powersports
This wheelchair ramp offered by Rage Powersports is well-constructed, durable and useful for creating a smooth surface over your thresholds. Users love sturdy construction, but some do note the assembly instructions need to be clearer. This threshold ramp for doorways has a size of 16.6 x 34 x 3 inches, a weight of 11 pounds, a heavy-duty and rust-resisting aluminum construction, a non-slip surface, and a maximum capacity of 600 lbs. You can adjust the height from 2.75" to 3.25", and the package also includes hardware for assembly and surface anchoring. Overall, this is a good choice
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A buyer comments that he has two of these aluminum ramps for wheelchairs, and he has no problems to use them on a 3-inch door rise. A purchaser mentions that he has regularly been using this small wheelchair ramp for years, and it doesn’t even have a scratch on it. He has the ramp screwed permanently over the doorstep, but he warns that the rise is a bit steep. Another customer states that the instructions are easy to understand and to follow and that he frequently takes this portable wheelchair ramp with him when he travels. However, some reviewers have complained that it doesn’t fit the doorway or that they are unable to close the door properly after installing the …show more content…
Buyers love the unobtrusive doormat design, but some do note that it’s expensive. With a size of 14" x 36" x 1.5", this threshold ramp for wheelchairs has a sturdy, slip-resistant surface made of recycled materials, and you can trim or notch it to the size you want. It can hold up to 850 lbs, and it’s made in the USA.
In general, buyers are extremely satisfied with the design, functionality, and sturdiness of the Ez-Access rubber threshold ramp. A user comments that this is the best wheelchair ramp he has ever owned and that it works far better than his previous one. The reviewer also states that it looks just like a small doormat and you can’t even tell that it’s a home ramp. Another buyer mentions that this rubber doorway ramp doesn’t move an inch, and it’s easy to cut it down to get it to fit perfectly. A happy buyer also states that he has no problems to use a power wheelchair over this rubber threshold ramp and that it’s lightweight enough for him to place it wherever he wants. However, one customer has complained that it’s a little steeper than he expected, and one user states that the size he got didn’t match the provided

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