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michelle e. from salem, or
Transfer chair was used post surgery for an adult female that was 100% non weight bearing on the left foot and leg.
Fairly comfortable, light weight, and compact when folded up.
The chair's brakes are basically useless for both the person in the chair and caregiver. The chair lacks easy movement because the wheels constantly get turned at odd angles making it difficult to go in and out of small areas. Using the chair one legged is rough at best and a lot of work due to the wheels.
Reviewed on 04/04/2017
donald v. from west haven, ct
71 year old male (Hubby), 2 bad knees (1 replacement), uses walker and cane when not in wheelchair.
Easy to transport.
Arm pieces that connect to chair cut into side of thighs and are uncomfortable. Suggest angling them back (which we are doing). Otherwise, comfortable ride due to size of wheels. Would recommend.
Reviewed on 03/29/2017
nan h. from topsham, me
74 year old post polio woman. This is my 3rd transport chair. The customer service rep suggested I upgrade to a more rugged model with bigger wheels
Just better quality than my first 2 transport chairs. Feels really solid and is not that much heavier for my 80 year old husband to get in and out of car. Highly recommend. Thanks to Lenny in customer service for good advice.
I can't think of a weakness in the chair itself. However, I also purchased a carrier to hang from the arm of the chair. Cheap quality and totally unusable on the arm of this model of chair. Should not be sold as such.
Reviewed on 03/25/2017
deborah e. from waco, tx (caregiver)
Elderly female with walking issues. Able to stand for only a few minutes.
Lightweight. Sturdy. Able to take off leg rests prior to loading. Compact. Comfortable for user. Easy to push. Quality of wheelchair.
Reviewed on 03/01/2017
christy h. from cedar ridge, ca
I'm able to walk but have congestive heart failure. This chair make it possible to still go places and enjoy life.
The legs should have a locking mechanism so you don't have to pull them off and put them on every time it's transported. They swing around and hit stuff if left on. Very inconvenient.
Reviewed on 11/16/2016
rob s. from columbia, il (caregiver)
My son has CP and is 20.
Reviewed on 10/11/2016
marilyn w. from helena, mt (caregiver)
A young man - he does not walk, talk or see well.
easy to move from place to place.
Reviewed on 09/15/2016
dean o. from gilbertsville, pa
Light weight, ease of transporting. It allows us to use it in a variety of places.
N/ A no real weaknesses, it does exactly what we purchased it for.
Reviewed on 05/29/2016
howard r. from grand island, fl
Better than all other chairs
None that I think of or find
Reviewed on 04/26/2016
karen g. from bethany beach, de (caregiver)
My husband, age 73, has trouble walking any distance so I push him in it when his legs give out. He is a big man 275 lbs so I got the large size.
No assembly needed except to attach foot rests. Light and folds easily for transport.
The foot rests have little posts that make it hard to get feet on and off the rests. I do believe they can be removed, but I will need help to do it.
Reviewed on 03/28/2016