- Back folds forward to reduce size during transport
- Quick release rear axles
- Multi-position back can adjust 15°
- Angle and height adjustable \front casters
- Pneumatic tires on a 24" spoke wheel provide a smooth, true roll
Drive Medical Cougar
john a. from brownsboro, al
My name is John Acklin I am a right leg amputee also I have little use for my left leg so I am in my Cougar Wheel chair which I love very much.
Needs to be easer to dismantle and place in front seat of vehicle by the amputee.
Reviewed on 10/10/2016
Not bad, although clear limits on how far it can be adjusted. No instructions, so we had to figure out adjustments ourselves.
lawranne s. from washington, dc
Female 59 femoral stress fracture and related complications
Those adjustments we could make weren't too difficult. Very light weight and easy to get in car.
Adjustments got me quite close to a perfect fit, but not quite. Unclear yet how durable this will be. Need better instructions/website for directions.
Reviewed on 02/10/2016
paul f. from newton, nj
59 year old looking for lightweight chair to allow me to be more mobile
Lightweight, ease of use, comes apart & goes back together fairly easy. Adjusts easily enough. Footrests work well.
Adjusting wheel brakes difficult with allen wrenches to get them tight enough
Reviewed on 01/02/2016
gail f. from coos bay, or
Basically healthy for her 88 years, but idiopathic peripheral neuropathy has led to pressure ulcers on left foot.
Reviewed on 10/08/2015
elmer f. from auburn, ca (caregiver)
Mary Ann is 81 years old, fell and broke her femur. This femur had been broken and fixed three times in 1987-1990.
Lightweight and many ways to adjust the back, height, etc.
On this one,the seat could be a little deeper but I think this is what we ordered.
Reviewed on 08/01/2015
louis b. from south salem, ny
Great wheelchair, lightweight and portable. The leg rest of the Cougar are well designed.
Needs to be used with seating cushion
Reviewed on 07/08/2015
william s. from leander, tx
Peripheral neuropathy, spinal stenosis.
Reviewed on 05/03/2015
velda b. from winslow, ar
I'm 78 but am disabled with neuropathy, stenosis and arthritis so that I can no longer walk or stand for more then a minute or two.
The light weight and comfort while sitting are the best.
Difficult for me to maneuver on carpeting, but that's not a huge problem. Others are able to roll it easily for me.
Reviewed on 10/14/2014
reed l. from woodland hills, ut (caregiver)
Can't adjust the angle of the back
Reviewed on 09/03/2014
janice a. from houston, tx
This is a well-made chair. After using heavier, less expensive chairs for years this more than meets my expectations. I noticed that even the parts (especially in front) that would nick the furniture are more rounded and less destructive to what they come into contact with. The chair itself is more comfortable to move around in as it responds to my touch easier. My family and friends don't complain when we go somewhere as this wheelchair is much lighter to transport. Wish that I had been able to get this sooner.
I haven't had it long enough to determine any problems. Maybe there aren't any, at least for me.
Reviewed on 07/26/2014