- Complete range of footplate, armrest and caster options
- 60, 70, 70 "V", or 90 degree hangers
- Full selection of rear wheel options
- Black anodized chair parts
- Adjustable-height backrest
- Multiple color options
Sunrise / Quickie Quickie LX Custom
sharon m. from wauzeka, wi (caregiver)
A brother who had a stroke, his left side doesn't work
Reviewed on 01/22/2016
jerry c. from st. george, ut
Disability with legs.
None so far.
Reviewed on 10/29/2015
With all the troubles we had the service was exceptional, and the product is also exceptional.
jerry c. from st. george, ut
Individual with use of only one leg.
The size and maneuverability.
Reviewed on 10/15/2015
david s. from gettysburg, pa
I'm a quadriplegic but can use a manual wheelchair.
Reviewed on 10/12/2015
katherine e. from apollo beach, fl
I'm 38 yrs old. I have a rare, progressive condition called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. My body doesn't have enough collagen, causing early onset OA.
Weight, color choices (it really does help having the choices to 'design' my chair), features, easy to assemble.
The seat cushion I ordered does not fit at all. I ordered the correct size, I double checked.
Reviewed on 09/17/2015
thomas p. from portland, or (caregiver)
78 year old female with Vascular Dementia
This specific chair has a slightly wobbly back, and the right seat back post is loose and is not able to be tightened. The leg supports fit into open vertical tubes that are exposed when the leg supports are removed, creating interesting little places to stuff things, like unwanted food. Since we do not use the leg/foot rests, we had to find rubber plugs to close the tubes off. For over $1,400.00 this chair really should have come assembled in the box. The assembly instructions/pictures were very poorly written, but at least there were some, making this much better than a smart phone. There were, however, no instructions on how to make adjustments to the velcro back support. Making [the customer figure out] back support is not really a good concept. All in all, the patient loves her new chair, and is much more comfortable in it than in her off-the-shelf industrial Nova chair. Would I buy this again? Probably, but in retrospect, I would ask questions.
Reviewed on 08/21/2015
angela k. from danville, ca
71 year old woman with Multiple Sclerosis.
I like the ride. Caregiver stated it is easier to push then old chair
My problem is with the hand rails. They are to slippery; I need to spend more money to get hand rails that are not made out of chrome.
Reviewed on 05/16/2015
jim r. from hartshorne, ok (caregiver)
Elderly lady with hip replacement and arthritis.
Reviewed on 05/13/2015
rachel w. from manitou, ky (caregiver)
64 yr old male that had a stroke. He has the ability to use arms and legs to maneuver the chair around the house.
I was able to customize it so it would function better in our house.
Reviewed on 11/15/2014
Without question the craftsmanship and quality is second to none.
norm m. from edina, mn
5 year old man with MS since 1984. Disability is primarily from the waist down.
Comfort is the primary outstanding feature for sure -- I can stay in this chair from dawn to dark. Available options are plentiful and at a good value. I love the adjustable back cushion with its Velcro straps for quick, easy adjustments. My sales consultant was excellent and guided me to a perfect fitting result. I'm delighted with this chair's quality and good looks. Not to mention the value of SpinLife pricing -- with the savings I was able to load up with options.
None at all... The LX Custom is a perfect product compared to others. Without any question at all it's the "Best" chair I've owned in thirty years.
Reviewed on 07/19/2014