Mountain View Medical Supply

Monday, April 29, 2013

WE MOVED!

We packed, the movers came and loaded us up, and now the showrooms are all unpacked and lookin' beautiful at our new location!

Come check us out at 5076 W. 58th Ave., Arvada, Colorado 80002. 

We are easy to find at the NE corner of I-76 and Sheridan Blvd - turn right/east at the Ralston/W. 58th Ave light and follow that frontage road around to the grey buildings with the maroon trim!
(Our phone and fax numbers have stayed the same)

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Reminder: We are closing early this Friday!

Just a quick reminder that we are closing early, at 3:00pm, this Friday!

We are moving to our new location starting Friday afternoon and will be closed on Saturday. 

We will be open at 8am at our new location on Monday! 

Come visit us at 5076 W. 58th Ave., Arvada, CO 80002.



Friday, April 12, 2013

REMINDER: We Are Moving!

In case you didn't know, or in case you forgot, WE ARE MOVING!



















We are so excited to move to our new location!  We are moving just 4 blocks north of our old/current location.

Here is our move schedule:
Friday, April 26th:  Closing early at 3pm. (Normally open until 6pm)
Saturday, April 27th:  CLOSED all day.  (Normally open 9am-1pm)
Sunday, April 28th:  Closed as usual.
Monday, April 29th:  OPEN AT OUR NEW LOCATION!

Here is a picture of our new location to whet your whistle:

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Nova On-The-Go Bags for Mobility and Style

Sometimes you just need a bag to put your stuff in, and this is especially true when you use a walker or wheelchair.  So, why not add some style and flair to your mobility products?

First, we have the Nova Universal Mobility Handbag which is a leather-like bag that features dual attachment options, top full zipper, key rings, pockets galore and a fully lined interior.  Measures 12"W x 10.5" H x 2.75"D. 
NO4009(xx) Price:  $22.73




Next, we have the Nova Mobility Handbag which is smaller in size.  This sleek and stylish handbag works for walkers, rails, or over the shoulder.  This bag features an adjustable shoulder strap and quick-release buckle.  Measures 6.75"L x 10"W x 1.75"D.  NO4006(xx) Price $19.55




Then, we have the Nova Hanging Pouch that fits all rolling walkers, folding walkers and wheelchairs.  It features a large zip pouch with multiple pockets and two velcro straps so the bag hangs out of the way.  Measures 17.87"W x 8.06"H x 3.63"D. 
NOP4200SB  Price $16.67





Finally, we have a Nova Walker Bag made out of canvas that mounts easily to the front of your walker with velcro.  This bag has easy to access pockets on both front and back.  Measures 15.5"W x 13"H x 3"D. 
NO4001(xx)  Price $16.67




To shop our full line of walker and wheelchair accessories, click HERE.





Friday, April 5, 2013

Monday, April 1, 2013

5 Ultra-Cheap Overseas Retirement Destinations

Adapted from abcnews.go.com by Genevieve Shaw Brown, January 1, 2013

We American’s can retire in comfort on a budget of less than $1,000 a month if we are willing to live overseas, according to a new report from the live-abroad experts at InternationalLiving.com.

Each editor at InternationalLiving sent in details of their personal monthly budgets, which included most expenses to live comfortably.

#1 - Nicaragua - $995 per month
Nicaragua boasts a dramatic Pacific coastline, long, gentle Caribbean beaches, volcanoes and freshwater lakes that dot the hilly inland. Colonial cities like Granada and Leen offer a taste of days gone by. Managua has top-notch theatres and a range of international restaurants. Editors say you will probably live in Nicaragua with even more luxuries than you were accustomed to. Sample monthly budget for two people: Electricity (without A/C) - $45, Water - $20, Propane gas - $20, Groceries - $200, Entertainment - $100, Rent - $450, Health Insurance - $100, Maid 3 times a week - $60.

#2 Malaysia - $1,080 per month
A couple can easily live on $1,000 but for $2,000, you can live in total luxury. A large bag of fresh fruit - $4, reliable internet - $30, cable TV - $40, Rent - $500, electricity - $100, water - $10, cell phone - $10, gas - $4, maid 4 hours per week - $15, transportation - $34, health insurance - $33, entertainment - $300.

#3 Ecuador - $1,415 per month
In Ecuador, editors say you can retire easily on just $17,000 per year and live a very comfortable lifestyle. Many foreign residents have main homes in the city plus a country or beach home - something that is usually impossible in the U.S. For a couple living in Cuenca with a pretty luxurious lifestyle: Rent - $500, utilities (phone, internet, cable) - $150, maid 2 times a week - $60, groceries - $300, vehicle expense - $140, clothing - $70, entertainment - $175, healthcare (4ea $30 visits per year, per couple) - $20.

#4 Panama - $1,865 per month
Panama is much more developed than most visitors expect because of their skyscrapers and readily available amenities. Plus, you can still take a taxi across town for a buck or two, get a haircut for a couple of dollars and a meal with wine for $30. Sample budget for two people: Rent - $800, electricity - $100, water - $15, gas for home - $15, groceries - $400, entertainment - $200, phone/internet/cable - $60, transportation - $100, full-time maid - $175.

#5 Mexico - $2,129 per month
In Mexico, things take longer, so you’ll need to learn to slow down. Goods and services cost less, so you can afford the kinds of luxuries only the very wealthy enjoy up north. In most places, you can still have the comforts you are used to in the U.S. Sample budget for two: Rent - $800, utilities (electricity, gas, water, phone, cable, internet) - $220, groceries - $300, entertainment - $250, health care (two on IMSS plus $70/mo for incidentals) - $112, maid 3 times per week - $210, gardener once a week - $87, incidentals - $150.

Visit InternationalLiving.com for more information on retiring abroad.