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gene h. from virginia beach, va (caregiver)
My wife is the user of this product.
The wheel chair is very durable; The lift chair is a very good feature; The chair stays charged for a good amount of time.
The toggle switch is too sensitive; need to find way to make be less sensitive when operating.
Reviewed on 08/17/2017
robert l. from cahokia, il
Armrest do not adjust for width, has great height makes it very easy to reach things I couldn't before.
Reviewed on 07/29/2017
marleen v. from reno, nv
The seat is extremely comfortable. Having the seat rise, makes the chair extremely flexible for doing cooking and working around the house.
It is too wide for standard doorways and too heavy to be easily transportable.
Reviewed on 07/26/2017
peter c. from phoenix, az
65 year old male with MS.
Raising seat gets me up to my kitchen counter.
A little big.
Reviewed on 07/06/2017
ethan w. from front royal, va
Spinal cord injury. Balance issues. Fairly active lifestyle.
The lift is wonderful. I just hope it holds up over time.
I have not discovered any just yet. It does sit up about 3 inches higher than my other standard power chair. This may be an issue when transferring back and forth from lower sitting chairs (e.g. toilet).
Reviewed on 07/05/2017
kenneth c. from salisbury, md
I need the Jazzy Air when I remove my leg to get around in my house and outside.
The extra high lift, maneuverability and even more important is the lift allowing me to reach the top cabinets.
The only thing I've found is the position of the button to lift while moving. I'm always touching it and going up and down when I don't want to or knocking it off the velcro holder. so if it could be bolted to the holder and put in a better position it would solve the problem. I've had to remove my button in order to keep from going up and down when I don't want.
Reviewed on 01/29/2017
nick s. from hellertown, pa (caregiver)
72 yr. old 5' 4" young woman with no use of her body below the waist.
Height of raising.
Will not allow east access to bathroom toilets when out in public.
Reviewed on 01/23/2017
joe t. from three rivers, mi
male 86 (guess what? I can't walk)
Elevation so I can cook, etc. quiet
Too sensitive toggle, foot pad and front wheels get to feet and is slippery with bare feet
Reviewed on 01/07/2017
william s. from silver spring, md
I have a muscle disease and can only walk short (5 feet) distances. I can stand up from a bar stool height but not from a regular chair.
The ability to raise up the seat so that I can stand without assistance.
Size and cost. It will just barely fit through a standard 30 inch door. (remember a 30" door only has 27" clearance)
Reviewed on 11/25/2016
richard l. from griswold, ct
Male, 73 years old. Progressive muscle wasting disease. Unable to walk at all, arms are fairly strong. Disabled since 1992.
The ability to elevate 10" and still drive. It's enabled me to do things I haven't been able to do in a long time.
In the suggested location for the up/down switch it is very easy to accidentally engage it. Installing it under the arm rest works fine. Wheel spacing is different from other chairs I've used and I keep hitting things with the rear wheels. I suppose that was necessary for balance when raised up. The ground clearance could be increased with larger wheels.
Reviewed on 10/30/2016