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deborah l. from oak creek, wi
51 year old female with CRPS Type II Stage 3 in left leg, unable to walk at all most days
Very lightweight, rugged materials and design, have used indoors, outdoors, even in my garden, and I don't get stuck. The addition of "frog legs" casters prevents the usual "flutter" associated with my being somewhat lightweight myself. Wheels and casters fully adjustable for my changing needs and surface conditions. I now have far more independence than I've had in the last two years!
Footrests need a longer bolt to insure proper alignment is maintained, I have to adjust the right footrest daily due to this minor issue.
Reviewed on 06/18/2013
joel v. from pico rivera, ca
That it folds
I have had this wheelchair before, and it tends to break in the same place
Reviewed on 08/13/2011
kenneth c. from russellville, ar
50; T5 Para
Reviewed on 07/15/2011
jeff s. from frisco, tx
The end user is 47 years old with both congenital and auto accident spinal cord injuries that left him with limited use of arms/hands and legs.
I like the Quickie 2HP wheelchair because it folds conveniently for easy transportation, and it is very accommodating with its multiple adjustments and lightweight construction.
Adjusting the back height of the Quickie 2HP is somewhat difficult for a person with limited use of their hands. It would be nice if the adjustment did not require the need for tools. Perhaps using spring-loaded studs such as those found on some adjustable forearm crutches would be helpful.
Reviewed on 03/24/2007
raymond m. from sherman, tx
26 year paraplegic.
Clean, simple, straight-forward design.
I prefer lower chair ... get under tables, pick-up things off floor.
Reviewed on 12/27/2006