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maricus g. from concord, nc (caregiver)
30 year old active single mother of a 10 year old boy. She is paralyzed from her waist down.
Legs will not come off
Reviewed on 02/09/2017
bob g. from phoenix, md (caregiver)
Age 78, female , diabetes. Partial foot amputation 12 years ago. Severe knee arthritis in leg not affected by the foot surgery.
Relative light weight, 35#. Strong enough to support weight.
The clothing shields wear out and break, and are expensive to replace. The vinyl on the arm rests shreds with time, and are expensive to replace. The break levers could be an inch longer, which would give better leverage for braking engagement. The brake lever extenders are too long and get in the way.
Reviewed on 12/22/2016
carolyn w. from bowling green, mo
Reviewed on 10/29/2016
susan j. from paramount, ca (caregiver)
My mother had a stroke and relies on me for mobility as she lost the use of her left side.
The size and ease of getting my mom in AND out of the chair.
Reviewed on 10/27/2016
daniel b. from salem, or (caregiver)
My wife, 60 years old, MS.
East to lift arm rests.
Not really sure, she is not using it at this time. She is more comfortable in her old chair.
Reviewed on 10/13/2016
faith k. from weston, wi (caregiver)
Mom is 89 and very arthritic. Her mobility is declining.
It is durable and made to last. Good quality.
We ordered a pocket on the back but it arrived without a back pocket. Though we were reimbursed for the error, it was an optional feature that my Mom really desired.
Reviewed on 09/29/2016
ben j. from midlothian, va (caregiver)
Female, 76, broken hip.
Reviewed on 09/21/2016
rosemary d. from saddle brook, nj
48 year old female. Severe arthritis in left foot. Unable to walk long distances.
Light weight, sturdy, easy to maneuver, comfortable. A life saver!
Reviewed on 09/19/2016
mary f. from homer glen, il (caregiver)
A 94-year-old woman with difficulty walking. Some of the difficulty is due to severe arthritis in her upper body.
The customized seat for a larger lower body, the large wheels, the lower seat level for a shorter person, the ease with which the wheelchair rolls.
The only weakness discovered, and that's because the user's arms are very short, is that the brake levers are hard to reach. We bought the extenders, but the user does not want to use them, so in another case, this may not be a weakness.
Reviewed on 08/17/2016
colleen s. from crescent city, fl
Cannot walk a long distance, user has breathing and hip problems.
It's light weight and easier to use than my transport chair.
So far just the opening and closing of the chair itself, seat has to be pushed down before sitting.
Reviewed on 07/28/2016