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kenneth s. from round lake beach, il, il (caregiver)
My wife uses it on occasion when going out for a visit, or shopping. She is 92, had a stroke at 76, uses a walker to get around the house.
Easy of operation and of putting aside when not in use.
None that I can think of.
Reviewed on 06/17/2017
robert c. from dahlonega, ga (caregiver)
Russell, 34, has been disabled all his life & when we travel needs a chair that folds up like the travel chair in order to fit all of us in vehicle.
8 inch wheels do not always maneuver over door thresholds
Reviewed on 06/07/2017
arlene s. from floral park, ny (caregiver)
My husband is 92 in August. He is able to walk short distances with a cane but cannot sustain prolonged ambulation, ex. at the mall or a streets.
Lightweight. I can lift it myself.
For its purpose, it meets expectations
Reviewed on 05/27/2017
william z. from albuquerque, nm
I like the Wrangler II because it is light and folds up easier..
Easy to move.
The back wheels could be bigger for moving by hand .
Reviewed on 05/19/2017
jean p. from lehigh acres, fl
Reviewed on 05/02/2017
ed f. from philadelphia, pa (caregiver)
Does the job for a great price.
Reviewed on 04/26/2017
gerald b. from keller, tx (caregiver)
My wife is unable to walk as a result of a massive stroke.
The quality of the product.
No back pouch.
Reviewed on 04/24/2017
james c. from groveland (trilogy), fl (caregiver)
Great value, good product
Reviewed on 01/11/2017
eleanor p. from chapel hill, nc (caregiver)
97 year old who is in good health, able to walk but limited on excursions. Wrangler empowers her to get out and do more.
Light weight, easy to load in car, maneuverability given size.
None so far.
Reviewed on 12/31/2016
dale m. from pine bluff, ar
Female, 71 years old, left leg amputated, right leg dysfunctional. Uses manual wheelchair regularly. Uses this chair for access to smaller openings.
None at the moment
Reviewed on 12/29/2016