January 8, 2024 | Terry Smith

How much does the MultiFlow Low Height Patient Stretcher cost?

How much does the Felgains MultiFlow Low-Height trolley cost? This will always be one of the first questions anyone will ask when researching the Felgains MultiFlow stretcher or patient stretchers in general.

We get it. Price matters. It’s not the only consideration but it’s pretty important, and for many of us it’s something that has a big influence over what products we choose.

At Felgains, we aim to educate every prospective buyer, even if that ultimately leads you towards a different type of patient stretcher. So, in this article, I’ll do my best to outline the actual price of the MultiFlow stretcher and explain to you what factors affect the price.

How much does a standard MultiFlow stretcher cost?

The MultiFlow stretcher starts from £4,389 exc. VAT, or £5,266.80 incl. VAT.

Optional extras

As well as the various configuration options, there are a number of optional extras available for the MultiFlow stretcher. The costs for these are as follows:

Option Price exc. VAT Price inc. VAT
Slimline slide-away basket for personal effects £188.00 £225.60
Oxygen cylinder holder £188.00 £225.60
Foldable monitor support £267.00 £320.40
Foot end panel £199.00 £238.80


What is included as standard in the cost?

Included as standard is a foam pressure-relieving mattress, a handset, and folding IV poles and push handles

Also included as standard is a 2-year manufacturer’s warranty.


What about servicing and maintenance?

The Felgains MultiFlow requires an annual service, which costs £196 excluding VAT

Aside from this, most maintenance work, repairs, and emergency call-outs would be chargeable, with the cost depending on the manner of work and parts required. 



I trust this article has given you a clear understanding of how much the Felgains MultiFlow Stretcher costs, and what factors affect the cost. 

If you have any further questions or would like to discuss your requirements with us, feel free to call us on 01473 741144, or reach out via the contact form at the bottom of this article. 



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