Sunrise / Quickie Breezy EC 2000
paul g. from bonita springs, fl (caregiver)
Brain injury survivor
Very solid chair
Reviewed on 11/11/2016
The Breezy is able to be cleaned easily as the upholstery is vinyl.
joanne s. from baldwinsville, ny (caregiver)
Female Charity maintains a Loan Closet for residents of the school district to borrow, free of charge.
The seat is comfortable, the footrests are easily removed, and it seems very sturdy.
Reviewed on 05/08/2016
dolores n. from mt pleasant, pa (caregiver)
Age 70, frequent falls, mini strokes
Reviewed on 02/09/2016
jacqueline b. from cedar hill, tx (caregiver)
75-year old woman, who suffered stroke
smooth ride, built well
I wish it folded down more than it does
Reviewed on 01/27/2016
irene m. from cave creek, az
I can't walk and need assistance in getting around. I can't use my scooter because the car trunks are too small. The Breezy is small and easy to tra
The name and ease of use
So far, none
Reviewed on 11/13/2015
The shipping was very quick, and the quality is exceptional. I was quite surprised by the clean welds.
david c. from burnsville, nc (caregiver)
My wife is battling stage 4 lung cancer, and is very weak while taking her chemo treatments. She needs this chair about half the time.
I can't think of any.
Reviewed on 08/09/2015
mark c. from warm springs, or
I purchased the wheelchairs for any customer who may require one while at the resort I work at.
Size of the seat, ease of use, lightweight.
The rubber around the meta rim came partially off on two of my wheel chairs.
Reviewed on 06/17/2015
max m. from sedona, az
The user is an 80 year old male who has suffered two brain hemorrhages.
Brakes are very easy to adjust when necessary.
A storage pocket within reach of the user.
Reviewed on 05/31/2015
richard r. from fairfield, oh
I am a 60 year old male with Multiple Sclerosis.
Several strengths: cost, ease of use, comfortable, adjustable.
One of the metal rods on the back of the wheelchair broke. It was under warranty and Spinlife helped me get another chair.
Reviewed on 05/11/2015
Except for the wheel lock being too hard for her to use, it is ideal or perfect wheel chair for her in every other way.
grace c. from chicago, il (caregiver)
She is 92 years old and has severe arthritic pain in all her joints. She is now 5 foot 3 inches use to be 5 foot 7 inches.
Comfortable, easy access in and out. The Breezy EC2000 with leg rest and detachable side arm rests are ideal for her and the fact they are not full length and have that lifting feature in the front helps her in and out.
The wheel locks are too tight for someone handicapped, as she is and needs wheel handle extenders to provide leverage for braking for this type of patient, but also tobe able to remove them to provide access to fit unders tables.
Reviewed on 04/18/2015