- Includes height-adjustable arms AND a cushion, standard
- Flat-free front and rear wheels
- Swing-away footrests, calf strap and heel loops all standard
- Foldable, lightweight frame for storage and transportation
- Seat size 16" x 16", 18" x 16" or 20" x 16"
Drive Medical Cirrus Plus
melissa b. from pompano beach, fl
I am a 60 year old woman who has MS. I first bought a Cirrus Plus 13 years ago.
Durable, comfortable, strong motors
I would prefer a better foot rest system. I don't like how far the the foot rests stand out in front of the chair.
Reviewed on 07/13/2016
thomas s. from seminole, fl
78 yr old male. amputee. great product. easy to handle and easy for the caregiver to put on the lift (car).
Much easier to maneuver around the house. Strong enough for a large man. Easy to push when not using the battery power.
The hand controls are not strong enough if you happen to lean on them while standing up. AND they are too close to the arm rest.
Reviewed on 01/02/2016
delia w. from bel air, md
I am a 57-year-old woman who has been diagnosed with MS for 33 years. I have had a flare up for the last two years requiring I use an electric chair
Much lighter than my old chair. Can be folded and put into a car trunk. Runs a long distance between charges.
I got the 18 x 16 seat. I wish it were a little deeper. I have long legs and could use a couple more inches of depth. The front wheels catch on the foot rests. I can't put them out any further because it makes it too difficult to maneuver the chair in small spaces.
Reviewed on 10/21/2015
I have not received a credit on my Visa for the returned chair.
lloyd a. from lakeland, fl
It has everything I needed.
Reviewed on 10/10/2015
robin w. from leaf river, il (caregiver)
Price, ease of use, ease to breake down for travel.
Foot and leg rest
Reviewed on 08/23/2015
brenda t. from elgin, il
I suffer from multiple issues, breathing, hives if my body temp goes up too much, extreme muscle fatigue, messed up ankle and foot, and arthritis.
I got the 20" seat and I thought it would not be wide enough as I measured my "area" I sat in and it was 24". But I fit just fine without feeling tight in it. I had a bigger one with a footrest in the middle the plate thing and my hips hurt so bad if I was in it; this one, my hips don't hurt because they are on a more natural position. I was also able to get it in the side door of my van which meant I didn't have to bother with the ramps.
Its a bit hard to get through doorways. It does feel like it's falling apart when going over uneven surfaces, but I dont really see it as a weakness as I just put in my head its got really good shocks lol or hydraulics, it did not come apart just had a weird feeling. Being all black, it gets hot when out in the sun; would be nice if it came in other colors. It is different from my other wheelchair with the captain seat, it is not as comfortable but not horrible either
Reviewed on 06/03/2015
susan r. from phoenix, az
44 YEAR OLD FEMALE WHO USES A WC DUE TO A CAR ACCIDENT
IT'S A GOOD EMERGENCY CHAIR TO HAVE
THE FOOTPEDALS ARE VERY HARD TO REMOVE AND IT DOESN'T MANEUVER WELL IN SMALL AREAS.
Reviewed on 04/30/2015
ria h. from fairfield, oh (caregiver)
My lady has not tried of the wheelchair yet.
The control lever is very easy to use.
Sometimes the lever is very touchy
Reviewed on 04/16/2015
teresa r. from mishawaka, in (caregiver)
Being used by my husband who had a stroke a few years ago and is partially paralyzed on right side
That it is battery-operated and easy to get around.
No weaknesses that we have discovered
Reviewed on 04/09/2015
donald r. from port orford, or
82 years old with ALS. With age, botched back surgery and ALS, it is a wonder I can do anything but this chair really helps.
Haven't found any.
Reviewed on 02/28/2015