Drive Medical Fly-Lite
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
eugene d. from winthrop, me
Over 6 feet. Unstable, too low, almost tipped over while trying to get out.
Unstable for large person. Too low, almost tipped over while trying to get out.
Reviewed on 04/15/2016
richard j. from naples, fl (caregiver)
My Mother is 91 and still walks, but only for short distance. This is perfect for her and my needs for her.
Very solid and feels safe when used
The foot pedals fly out when not in use.
Reviewed on 11/03/2015
The brake pedals and the levers for lifting are not easy to use.
tom a. from pasadena, ca (caregiver)
My wife, age 93, cannot walk without assistance. The transport chair is used to move her around the house and for outside activities.
Appearance and construction.
The brake pedals and the levers for lifting over obstacles are not well designed. Too much effort is required to use these. As a result, I had to return this transport chair.
Reviewed on 09/11/2015
janet m. from liberty, mo (caregiver)
Disabled elderly gentleman who requires trips about the home, outside, to the doctor's office, etc.
Light-weight, easy to turn around corners - great maneuverability. The fabric is attractive and we love the pockets behind the seat back!
There is no way to lock the foot rests in the 'away' position; you need to remove them or they flop around as the chair is moving about.
Reviewed on 09/03/2015
roseann e. from mayfield heights, oh (caregiver)
Reviewed on 08/28/2015
ralph b. from lakewood, co (caregiver)
Male, 93 yrs old slight club feet, can not stand. Very good to go out for visit.
One thing I was hoping is that the seat would rise.
Reviewed on 08/11/2015