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russell s. from brooksville, fl
Male 67 years lungs are shot. Have pain all time can only walk 6 feet before body/lung breathing labor
the chair is good, strong.
Needs to be easy to open up and should come with some kind of butt pad
Reviewed on 05/18/2017
dawn w d. from troy, pa
70 year old female with difficulty walking
Reviewed on 05/17/2017
sandra s. from delphi, in (caregiver)
The person using the chair has physical limitations on how long she can walk or stand. She is mobile for short periods of time only, due to hip issues
light weight and easy to handle
It would be nice if the distance off the ground were adjustable or it came in a size for shorter folks. Short people have trouble reaching the seat to sit down in it.
Reviewed on 05/09/2017
early h. from ellenwood, ga
Very helpful in getting around.
Not able to push yourself.
Reviewed on 04/17/2017
denneen w. from saint albans, vt
I AM THE USER OF THIS CHAIR AND IT IS PERFECT FOR ME!!! I HAVE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND AM AT THE STAGE WHERE I HAVE BECOME DEPENDENT ON THIS CHAIR.
SO STURDY AND FITS MY CABOOSE (LOL) BUT IS STILL VERY TRAVEL FRIENDLY.
HAVE NOT COME ACROSS ANY AS YET
Reviewed on 03/13/2017
robert o. from hopewell junction, ny (caregiver)
My wife is paralyzed on the left side from a major stroke. She also lost her ability to walk as a result of minor strokes.
Everything works well - The leg rest, the brakes, and the arm rests are easy to release and re-attach.
I haven't found any.
Reviewed on 02/03/2017
steve w. from fort worth, tx (caregiver)
My wife uses the chair.
The light weight and ease of movement.
Reviewed on 11/17/2016
michele l. from elkhart, in (caregiver)
My mother who has difficulty walking.
Easy to open
Reviewed on 11/06/2016
m s s. from odessa, fl (caregiver)
Reviewed on 10/23/2016
thomas t. from antelope, ca (caregiver)
Heavy 62 year old that cannot walk far.
High weight limit
No directions come with the product so it took awhile for us to figure out what the metal bar was for. If you get it with silver metal bars that have come loose, look to the front and back of the chair to attach them to the frame and the seat. This supports the seat. Easily done when you know where they go.
Reviewed on 10/21/2016