Sunrise / Quickie Quickie GT
scott r. from annapolis, md
Have bought three different GT wheelchairs in the last couple years. I will consider purchasing this chair again in the near future.
It is difficult to make repairs to the castors.
Reviewed on 10/04/2015
charles b. from lomita, ca
I use it training for 5 and 10k races in my chair. Great chair; light, rugged and easy to push. I put at least 20k a week just on the track.
Lightweight, easy to roll
Reviewed on 06/12/2015
sheila m. from riverton, wy
52 year old woman. Difficulty walking due to L2 disc. Use chair only for long distances outdoors. This is my first chair.
Light weight. Easy to pack around. The balance and weight of the chair make it easy to go over obstacles. Good looking.
Quicky literature talks about how easy it is to adjust the chair. It is very adjustable, but not real easy for the mechanically un-inclined.
Reviewed on 07/02/2010
karen m. from leonardtown, md
46 yr old woman, use crutches and orthotics to get around, needed a way to make it long distances (e.g., cities, air shows, museums, etc.).
Quality product, well made, feels like a fine machine.
This is my first chair. Can't identify any yet. I'll keep you posted!!!
Reviewed on 06/10/2009
brooke h. from austin, tx
34 year old active female, cerebral palsy
I love the freedom of this chair. It is lightweight, and moves exactly as I want it to. I have the adjustable back which really makes the chair work for me. I can also angle the back how I want it, and the legrests are perfect. I feel so much more free and able to do things in this chair than in my old one. Short of titanium chairs, which I haven't personally tried, I feel that this is the best chair on the market!
Reviewed on 08/28/2008
paula d. from thousand oaks, ca
excellent design. except for the squeaky back.
squeaky back, annoying can not figure out where the noise is after check out all screws and bolts.
Reviewed on 04/07/2008
abdul s. from chicago, il
19 years old, male, student and a pro driver!
Traveling and transporting
The tires makes squeaky noise
Reviewed on 09/27/2006
robert m. from cascade, mt
age is 45 I am a t2 paraplegic 6' 235lbs
light wieght easy to brake down when getting into your vehicle. very easy to maneuver inside of your vehicle.
the adjustable axle camber replaceable slide in sleeves need to be checked periodically, but more of a pain then a real problem
Reviewed on 04/05/2006