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aldo m. from sarasota, fl (caregiver)
82 years old;dementia; she is a fall risk; broke shoulder and finger;unable to stand on her own.
no apparent weakness
Reviewed on 05/10/2017
charles m. from warwick, ny
54 year old male, paraplegic.
Seat height, moveable arm rests, removable commode seat.
Hard to maneuver at times.
Reviewed on 09/15/2016
elizabeth r. from cumming, ga
Female, 62yo, ms, paralyzed.
This is my second chair, the first one lasted ten years.
Armrest should be height adjustable
Reviewed on 07/31/2016
mark r. from chicago, il (caregiver)
Paraplegic suffers from syringomyelia, rare spinal cord disorder.
Easy to assembl
Sturdiness, brake locks, awkward/sharp foot strap anchors
Reviewed on 05/19/2016
mary j. from deer river, ny (caregiver)
A 59 yr old female paralyzed after back surgery had priced this exact chair in many places all were several hundred more plus shipping.
Chair is solid, easy to use, seatbelt and foot supports with belts EXCELLENT
Really Cannot complain about anything THANKS SPINLIFE
Reviewed on 05/05/2016
aleta w. from roswell, nm (caregiver)
My husband has a fused left hip; he couldn't use the product. It is too high. Had to send it back. Thanks for trying though. Aleta Wetzel
Very durable, the product is well worth it for a normal person.
There is no weakness of the chair; just too high and can't be used if you have a fused hip or other joints.
Reviewed on 04/30/2016
vickie s. from pittsburgh, pa (caregiver)
it's very flimsy- I was hoping for a more sturdy chair- it works well just for the shower and toileting- I like the big wheels
The big wheels make my client more independent which is what she wants
The frame is very wobbly at times.
Reviewed on 09/30/2015
rosemarie m. from river vale, nj (caregiver)
The patient is 83 years old and cannot use his left side due to a stroke. He is unable to sit up on his own (has to be lifted with a Hoyer Lift).
It is lightweight and sturdy, easy to maneuver.
So far, none.
Reviewed on 09/25/2015
eric v. from stow, ma
Person with MS.
Can take into shower
Seat bends and needs a hole to drain shower water
Reviewed on 09/08/2015
mary ann b. from friday harbor, wa
A paraplegic woman who must transfer with a slide board. Brakes that hold are the most important aspect of this chair.
The arms fold back when transferring, which is why the chair was purchased. We didn't realize how bad the brakes are. So the purchaser truly is afraid every time she uses it.
The brakes are by far the worst. The chair is somewhat wobbly when moving; the hubcap came off after only one week. I think this chair is definitely defective!!!
Reviewed on 09/02/2015