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jean s. from st. george, ut
My husband now able to go because I can lift chair and put in car. Hand brakes a plus. It is so easy for me now. He's happy to share outings with me.
Easy to lift and put in car. Doctors have ask where I purchased this chair.
Sometimes I would have liked for the arms to fold over to make it easier to help put him in chair.
Reviewed on 12/18/2016
elizabeth t. from opelika, al
Hard to maneuver
Reviewed on 12/01/2016
jeanne m. from claremont, ca
I am 74 and have had MS for 41 years
The customer service is very good, I needed the footrests replaced and they set it up quickly and made it easy for me.
Who ever decided to use velcro instead of machine-sewn footrest loops doesn't use a wheelchair. The velcro let go the first week and my foot got caught in the front wheel! otherwise the chair is okay.
Reviewed on 11/30/2016
pamela b. from rome,, ga
The user is a 61-year old female who suffers from severe Rheumatoid Arthritis and has had back surgery.
It is easy to handle, durable, and folds well.
The armrests are not adjustable.
Reviewed on 11/03/2016
david c. from topeka, ks
User has a progressive muscle disease which is causing increasing difficulties with movement.
Appears to be good quality for the price.
A little heavy for my wife to lift in and out of car.
Reviewed on 10/04/2016
michael w. from waverly, mn (caregiver)
Reviewed on 08/21/2016
mary c. from grants pass, or
I am 75 years old leg amputee with a bad back and arthritis in my hands. I use the wheelchair in my home and when I go shopping and other activities.
The measurements were followed exactly. The chair is comfortable and moves easily.
The only weakness are the handles used for pushing. My grand daughter says the handles are hard and hurts her hands when she pushes my chair.
Reviewed on 08/20/2016
mary s. from bastian, va
I am 67 years old and have MS. I use the chair most of the time.
It is thin enough to fit through the doors of a double wide trailer and light enough to be used by yourself when in a weakened state.
Haven't found any yet.
Reviewed on 07/21/2016
carolyn b. from beaumont, ca (caregiver)
For my husband, a recent BKA.
The armrest should be reversible, so the high end can be at the front for transitioning.
Reviewed on 07/18/2016
katherine a. from providence, ri (caregiver)
Physically disabled Grandmother of five with little to no strength in legs and arms.
Sturdy, well made, and it looks nice
Reviewed on 07/18/2016