Invacare Pronto M31
don b. from salem, or
Reviewed on 10/29/2016
lorn h. from peoria, az (caregiver)
User is 82 years old, female, had polio when a child and suffers a form of dementia. She lives in a lifecare facility with her husband.
Flexibility and ease of use
Disconnecting drive levers could be more convenient.
Reviewed on 10/25/2016
cecil h. from kerrville, tx (caregiver)
Not able to manuver except by wheel chair.
The convenient size of the chair.
Lack if clear instructions fo assembly if the chair.
Reviewed on 10/01/2016
meredith p. from hewitt, tx
Best purchase I have made. I get around my house so much easier now.
Reviewed on 08/20/2016
The arm rest doesn't pull up all the way, the foot rest is to narrow
john p. from rancho santa margarita, ca
Age=68 Disability = post polio
There are no strengths on this product, I regret buying it, I don't even use it I'm still using my old one.
This product is poorly made.
Reviewed on 06/18/2016
dana h. from los angeles, ca
48 yr old needing a hip and both knees replaced- walking is painful with cane and walker. Awaiting replacements.
The lightness of the chair and the size, not too big and able to fit through standard doorways with no problem.
The joy stick takes focus. I can see an impatient person becoming frustrated if trying to align the wheels to just go straight. Otherwise I found no true weaknesses.
Reviewed on 06/06/2016
donald s. from mission, tx
THE WAY IT TURNS ON AROUND SO EASY.
COULD NOT FIND ANY WEAKNESSES AT ALL.
Reviewed on 05/21/2016
bobby k. from conway, sc
62 AGE. A STROKE SURVIVOR. 6 YEARS AGO.
Reviewed on 05/11/2016
james w. from rio rancho, nm
I'm a 62 yr old Man with MS (Multiple Sclerosis). The MS has cost me the use of my right Arm and Leg.
Maneuverable, Fast and easy to care for.
I haven't found any yet.
Reviewed on 02/28/2016
thomas h. from mundelein, il (caregiver)
The user is confined to a wheel chair so she uses the chair around the house.
It is easy to use, and I like the rechargable battery.
Reviewed on 09/10/2015