- Usable as either transport or standard wheelchair
- Includes both 24" and 8" rear wheels and quick release axles
- Ships with two sets of wheel locks
- Available in three seat widths
- Swing-away footrests and anti-tippers standard
Drive Medical Poly-Fly
sandra t. from silver spring, md
This wheelchair is for a 56 year old woman with cancer. She also has mobility problems.
I like the fact that this can be used as either a wheelchair or a transport chair. It's strong and fits easily in the back seat of the car. It's comfortable, too.
Reviewed on 09/09/2016
Easily converts from s transport to standard wheelchair. Lightweight.
alan t. from batavia, oh
66 years old, waiting for a lung transplant
Same as above
Be nice to have an oxygen tank holder. Would be easy to do.
Reviewed on 02/20/2016
william d. from biddeford, me (caregiver)
82 year old individual.
It is easy to use.
None so far.
Reviewed on 10/02/2015
michele k. from laurel springs, nj (caregiver)
73 year-old male with little use of his legs.
The removable wheels make multi-use of the chair a great idea.
The large, removable wheels are not made well, they should be a different rubber and be a little wider for better grip and stability.
Reviewed on 06/28/2015
roy j. from venice, fl (caregiver)
78 yrs. old. Aortic dissection, stroke, heart attack. Can stand for a very short period.
The weight and the two uses.
Difficult to get the legs on and off. I don't know if it is just a knack necessarily.
Reviewed on 12/13/2014
bernadette m. from massapequa, ny (caregiver)
87 YRS OLD, HEART AND LUNG CONDITIONS
1. The way it came, requiring only the adding of the wheels and foot rests, 2. The price, 3. Ease of use, most especially the quick-release outer wheels, 4. light weight
I think maybe a pouch pocket in the backrest on the caregivers side. Other than that, thought this was a very well designed product.
Reviewed on 09/25/2014
Although it is slightly heavier than we had been looking for, this is a very decent chair at a decent cost that is relatively easy for anyone to use.
peter g. from norwich, vt (caregiver)
86 year old female with spine injury and other mobility issues.
Easy to fold up, easy to push, seems adjustable enough.
Footrests could be slightly higher quality, but pretty darn good for the price.
Reviewed on 08/06/2014
christopher m. from riverside, ct (caregiver)
58 years old, female, auto-immune conditions limiting the strength and use of her legs.
Six wheel design
Reviewed on 07/23/2014
deepak kumar p. from asdf, de (caregiver)
Reviewed on 06/28/2013
evan r. from mckinney, tx (caregiver)
female 68 years old has poor balance and weakness on right side arm and leg from 3 strokes 20 years ago
portable and becuase it has the larger wheels available when out of the house, its easier for the user to have some control of where she wants to go when outside the house.
would be interesting to see if the wheel locks were (also) on the handles as its not alwyas possible for the user to lock and unlock the 'weak' side without help. Difficult to adjust the wheel lock strength.
Reviewed on 08/17/2012