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alfred p. from tulsa, ok
Reviewed on 09/11/2016
deb b. from ewing, nj (caregiver)
Reviewed on 06/28/2016
frank l. from quaker hill, ct (caregiver)
My wife, broken ankle.
My wife really likes the ease of propelling her self with one foot. she can't put any weight on her other foot do to a broken ankle.
Reviewed on 05/15/2016
pansy b. from st james, mo
Difficulty in rising from a normal chair, this product can be taken to restaurants, love the ride, also the arms are ideal to fit below table or desk
Durable, smooth ride, and ease of braking for caregiver
Reviewed on 04/17/2016
jerry m. from mustang, ok (caregiver)
Very easy for her to use and easy to transport
Weight of chair and ease of handling
Give me a couple years of use before answering this question
Reviewed on 04/08/2016
manuel o. from vallejo, ca (caregiver)
She likes it, and it makes my life much easier too.
Easy to push, and makes my life more easier.
The back pocket, hope they can make much bigger, so we can put more stuff.
Reviewed on 02/28/2016
brian c. from reisterstown, md
Jaf a strplr snd left side not back yet. Need a ytamsfer chair thatmy petite wifecan maneuver. Tjisi s is lite enouhh an will fit in In my home andca
Gpod chait rrasonblelr price.
Smallwheels brake location.
Reviewed on 12/04/2015
johnny a. from zebulon, nc (caregiver)
Excellent chair! The folks at Duke-Raleigh Radiation treatment facility loved it too. There are many positives about this chair.
It has great brakes, great looks, and even has reflectors on the handles. It folds easily, and is comfortable. I did add the storage bag for the back of the chair... it totes my water, tablet, paperwork, etc. while pushing mom or dad. I did also purchase a Drive Med. item 14886 gel seat cushion that takes this chair over the top. The chair is nice without the cushion but the cushion makes it really comfortable.
The static electricity I got at Duke- Raleigh... I have not gotten those shocks anywhere else yet.
Reviewed on 09/26/2015
kim l. from longport, nj
Spinal chord injury patient; needed extra wheelchair to transfer to car; wanted it to be a light chair, so 26 lbs. isn't so bad.
The locks on the handles of the chair forces the person pushing it to always lock it even if the one in the wheelchair forgets to
The seatbelt is very hard to open and close
Reviewed on 09/20/2015
roderick p. from stewartsville, nj (caregiver)
My Mother.....88 year old who cannot walk; with or without assistance
Easy of use and quality of product
Haven't found any yet
Reviewed on 08/14/2015