Medline Excel Reclining Wheelchair
Want to thank Joanne for her help & great customer service!!!
jerry w p. from sterling, va
64 year old male, 6' 150 lbs. car accident that broke two vertebrae in neck, broken collarbone, breastbone,multiple ribs, righthand & ankle.
The back adjusts.
I wish the back would be able to adjust from the front of the chair.
Reviewed on 10/29/2016
The wheelchair has met all my expectations for my wife's needs.
robert m. from cumming, ga (caregiver)
I purchased the wheelchair for my wife, who has had Guillian-Barre Syndrome since January. If is perfect for my wife
The wheelchair meets all my wife's needs on a day-to-day basis and through her therapists who make two visits a week.
None that I have encountered so far.
Reviewed on 08/02/2015
gregory r. from bristow, ok
The person is my Brother-in-law with MS.
It helps ones who are immobile to relax out of bed.
Thicker cushion and the seatbelt needs to be part of the chair when ordered . I would think it would be for safety reasons.
Reviewed on 07/15/2015
It's a well-built chair, but the seat material isn't for long term comfort.
richard v. from hudson, fl (caregiver)
A male, 102 years old with limited mobility.
Sturdy construction and wheels give adequate mobility.
Sitting in this chair is tough. The material doesn't exude comfort. It would be nice if the designer of these chair consider providing a seat that doesn't cause the tailbone to ache. Even if it takes a cushion with gel with a cut out for the tailbone that doesn't allow the tailbone to touch the seat. Also it would be nice to have a wheelchair that gives the user the ability to adjust the reclining back. And make the movement adjustable in 5 or 10 degree increments. The adjustable legs really need a lot of work. They sure aren't comfortable and hit the legs in places that cause discomfort!
Reviewed on 04/25/2015
rose a. from schaumburg, il (caregiver)
We love it.
It is great! I recommend it to everyone.
Reviewed on 02/05/2015