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jason n. from chesapeake, va (caregiver)
My mother, 75, who has Parkinson's.
It is well made and sturdy, the bearing's in the wheels make it glide along and easy to move.
I bought this with adjustable leg supports due to my mother breaking her knee. The legs supports I am use to, adjusted to go straight down, however, these don't, they stop at about a 30 degree angle - we have since had to remove them.
Reviewed on 04/21/2017
bernard b. from highland, in (caregiver)
My son. He is disabled with only about 10% use of his legs.
The nylon seats seems to give up it strength rather quickly. Screws for one arm rest are too long and cant be tightened anymore allowing the arm rest to wobble. I'll need to replace them with shorter ones.
Reviewed on 04/21/2017
daniel j. from chesterland, oh
Male, 52 yrs. old, inability to walk alone, but can stand and walk with a walker. Currently has a family in the house for help.
Price for the wheelchair was half of my original chair and it was the same chair.
None at this point.
Reviewed on 12/03/2015
sandra m. from winooski, vt
I'm Sandra. This chair is perfect for me. The only thing I don't like about manual wheelchairs has to do with low income housing.
The strengths of this chair is that it is engineered perfectly for someone my size and that it's a lightweight chair.
The steel axle under the seat and the canvas stretches easily.
Reviewed on 10/03/2015
paula c. from bear, de
I am a 68 year old female and I have been confined to a wheelchair for 5 years.
It is light-weight and makes it easy to get around.
The front wheels split after two weeks of use. It is also difficult to lock the left leg lift; I have to use force to lock it or it swings out.
Reviewed on 09/09/2015
selma m. from campti, la
86 year old with paralysis due to spinal stenosis.
Somewhat lighter than others which is a plus for my caregivers. The lift arms for transport are great.
The arm rest could be a little more padded.
Reviewed on 05/21/2015
dr. gloria h. from fayetteville, ga (caregiver)
72 year old male, weighs 165 lbs, 6' 1". Uses the chair during physical therapy sessions and for transporting himself throughout the home
It is lightweight
Armrests do not operate as projected; they do not 'budge' with normal pressure. One armrest does not operate at all.
Reviewed on 04/02/2015
william s. from wilmington, de
Bilateral amputee who spends 3 hours a day in a wheelchair
Simple and durable
Not for a full-time user, too heavy
Reviewed on 08/22/2014
lowell k. from robins, ia (caregiver)
My wife, age 68, is spinal cord damaged and unable to walk and has difficulty transferring.
Quality product at a reasonable price.
None - for its price range.
Reviewed on 08/20/2014
samuel h. from colorado springs, co (caregiver)
82 year old male, Parkinson's, 140 lbs.
Features, versatility, quality of hardware, lightweight.
The wheels, from day one, were very noisy. Pushing my dad around in it gets on your nerves fairly quickly. Both the wheels and axles make noise, so it's not like one is bad.
Reviewed on 06/15/2014