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lawrence s. from leeper, pa
70, Bad hips, cant walk far outside a lot in the country.
Good machine.I hope it lasts as long as the older US built Prides.
Tires need to be wider for outdoor use.
Reviewed on 10/31/2016
gene d. from la crosse, wi
I am a 60 year old male with Lewy Bodies Dementia and
I use my 614HD to travel all around our small city. I go to coffee with my friends out to lunch. It is very solid and runs a long time on the battery.
Seems to have little problems a lot and the seat is squeaky.
Reviewed on 04/02/2016
weldon g. from uvalde, tx (caregiver)
35 year woman with cerebreal palsey
Price is good
Has a little trouble getting over thresholds - had to adjust front springs.
Reviewed on 02/02/2016
phoebe k. from wallace, nc (caregiver)
My husband is an 83-year-old, right AKA who is no longer able to use his prosthesis.
A little jerky and shocks are so strong it bounces
Reviewed on 10/30/2015
robert d. from melissa, tx
I am a 72 year old male with COPD from nitrogen poisoning. I have no cartilage in my knees.
The mid-wheel drive definitely gives better control compared to front-wheel or rear-wheel drive chairs. The Jazzy also has a very good seat and good support.
Nothing so far.
Reviewed on 09/05/2015
kenneth m. from newburport, ma (caregiver)
Father-in-law is 87 and pretty dependent on his power chair.
Runs a long time between charges.
Product is great, but disappointed that it took almost 10 days for a technician to come and assemble the chair after receiving it.
Reviewed on 08/30/2015
comella h. from fishers, in
I am a 73 year old female who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 26 years ago.
Turns in a small area.
1. Seat is not comfortable. It is not long enough to support your thighs. 2. The seat for me should be softer. 3. The horn should be louder. 4. Would like better traction.
Reviewed on 08/29/2015
bob g. from rosston, ar
I'm a 71 year old male, 420 lbs, with arthritis in my knees and back. I can't walk over 50 feet without having to set down. the chair is a big help
Carries weight well, pleasant to the eye, seats comfortable and roomy for a big person, plenty of power, easy to control.
Needs a swing in and out cupholder. The 2-inch height cross over wheels need to be where you could adjust them. You can't hardly go up a ramp or incline without picking the drive wheels off the ground.
Reviewed on 08/24/2015
philip p. from burke, va
65 year old female with mobility issues. Unable to walk distances.
Haven't found any--would like the seatbelt to either be removable or have somewhere to store it.
Reviewed on 07/15/2015
harry j. from valencia, ca
Easy to use.
Not enough speed adjustments, only 4. The slowest is too fast for manuvering in the house.
Reviewed on 07/02/2015