Second-hand mobility equipment for sale
The Disability Resource Centre recently opened a second-hand disability equipment shop at the centre in Dunstable and now on Facebook.
Here is a video that describes the second-hand shop and some of the items we had available at the time of filming.
Stock is always changing but we often have high quality second-hand disability and mobility items for sale like these:
- Wheelchairs for only £60
- Zimmer frames for £12
- Grab rails from £6
- Shower seats from £12
- Toilet seat raisers from £12
- Swedish trolleys from £30
- Commodes from £18
We have hundreds of items to help you live a more independent life.
You can also see all of our second-hand and brand new mobility products at our COVID-secure shop here in Dunstable.
To visit the shop you need to make an appointment, to help ensure your safety. For full details call 01582 470 900.
See a selection of mobility products in our new Facebook second-hand shop.
We are always receiving donations of high quality items, then cleaning and preparing new stock in our second-hand disability equipment shop here in Dunstable.
Chat to us on the phone or via the chat service (click the button below) and Stacey, Chera and Susan will be there to help.
All second-hand items are sold as seen.
You can donate your second-hand items for our charity to sell too
If you would like to donate a piece of equipment so that our charity can sell and help fund the many ways we help disabled people and carers in Bedfordshire and Luton, then please contact The Disability Resource Centre on 01582 470970 or email us to find out more.
In normal times we operate a ‘For Sale’ list of second-hand items where people advertise items that are surplus to requirements.
But due to the coronavirus crisis we have suspended this service until further notice.
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