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linda b. from norwalk, ct
63 year old, 270 pound female with bad arthritis in back and legs. Cannot stand or walk very far at all.
Sturdy, folds, pretty colors and can be used as a walker for me, until I get to the place I will be sitting. Also, it doesn't have those two giant wheels, labeling you as a typical wheelchair user. Glad the footrests are removable, because I don't want them. They are a tripping factor for someone who is not being pushed, but using it themselves.
The low seat and it would be great if the width of the seat was a few inches wider.
Reviewed on 07/01/2017
carole v. from fresno, ca (caregiver)
37 year old male has mild case of CP but that isn't the main reason for the use of a w/c he has since gotten ill the past two years with a diagnosis
Lightweight but durable
Chair could be a little higher
Reviewed on 05/25/2017
jean-anne m. from allison park, pa (caregiver)
Disabled 98 year-old man
Light weight, easy to fold
This chair was wider and lower than the other chair we have, and the arm rests were shorter. The brakes were hard to operate and required the caregiver to bend over to use them. We returned it and purchased a higher, narrower product with bicycle type brakes. My dad is fairly tall (6' when he was young) so a higher chair works better. The wide width made this chair harder to handle inside. Dad did not like the shorter armrests; they were too far back for him to grab in order to pull himself up effectively. The brakes were difficult to operate; if the caregiver is supposed to be able to set and release them with her feet, we could not figure out how to do that. Bicycle brakes that allow you to set both brakes at once while standing are much better.
Reviewed on 05/04/2017
frits o. from pacifica, ca (caregiver)
86, my wife
lightweight, good looking. She likes it a lot, we get questions about where we bought the chair.
when you unlock the foot assembly it turns around. should be able to lock it will take less space in a car.
Reviewed on 03/02/2017
sandra m. from onalaska, tx (caregiver)
I bought one for my 92 yr old mother and it worked so well I bought one for my 94 yr old dad. We never leave the house without them.
It's size, weight and easy transport.
Haven't found any yet.
Reviewed on 02/10/2017
william b. from san jose, ca
I suffer from extreme COPD and other lung issues which makes walking pretty much non existent.
The light weight of the chair and the ease of my wife pushing me.
I haven't encountered any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 12/28/2016
michael h. from shreeve port, la (caregiver)
Female, 67years old. MS patient.
Weight and size.
This is the third chair we have purchased. Sewn seams on base bars at front of seat have split on both sides on the two previous chairs. Not the weight. My wife weighs only 130 pounds. Need to offer heel loops on foot pads and installed. Have purchased loops for previous two and self installed.
Reviewed on 10/20/2016
barbara r. from gainesville, va
Unable to walk more than fifty feet.
Light weight but sturdy.
Reviewed on 10/09/2016
ralph l. from breese, il
Disability/ amputated left leg......
Don't know yet, too early to tell.....
Reviewed on 09/29/2016
kathy s. from clinton township, mi (caregiver)
Mother 82 trouble walking
Lightweight. Easy to fold
Seat is thin
Reviewed on 05/07/2016