ProBasics ProBasics Heavy Duty w/ 12" Rear Wheels
william s. from willow hill, il (caregiver)
58 year old female, severe heart problems over weight can't walk very far.
Reviewed on 07/13/2016
kathy d b. from apple valley, ca (caregiver)
My husband is 6' 1" and weighs 170 pds. He suffers from MS and has lost the use of his entire left side. He is also heat sensitive.
This wheelchair offers comfortable seating and a smooth ride for big or tall guys. You can adjust the length of the foot rest and it comes with a safety strap for those who have trouble holding themselves upright.
Its ONLY weakness are the footrest plates. They squeal loudly when pushing them flat! An added small rubber washer would solve the problem.
Reviewed on 05/05/2016
leonard k. from lafayette hill, pa (caregiver)
Elderly woman who has difficulty walking. Also had a recent hip replacement.
Heavy and difficult to handle, but that is necessary because of its solid construction.
Reviewed on 03/23/2016
phillip l. from johnson city, tn (caregiver)
User is 63 year old female stroke survivor who is basically paralyzed on left side. User weighs about 200 pounds.
Overall durability and quality construction.
Weights more than anticipated. I am 80 year old male with COPD and heart disease so gets heavy at times.
Reviewed on 01/14/2016
norm s. from new braunfels, tx (caregiver)
81 yrs old female, back, neck, and shoulder pain, 230 lbs, can't walk or stand for very long.
The unit is easy to roll and. comfortableto sit in. The width is just right.
S far the only weakness is thr difficulty getting the unit opened for use.. .
Reviewed on 01/01/2016
dr. alperin a. from cleveland, oh (caregiver)
We use it in our oral surgery office to help transport patients who have a hard time walking.
It will hold a large person and is still easy to move about
Wheels squeak on our floor
Reviewed on 10/20/2015
norma h. from elmonte, ca (caregiver)
User is 62 years old, 218 pounds, and is mentally and physically disabled.
Reviewed on 10/11/2015