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I have found this wheelchair model to be a true representation of what we see in the nursing homes.
cindy m. from grand rapids, mi (caregiver)
The wheelchairs will be used for a nurse aide training program.
Easy to use and manipulate.
I have none at this time.
Reviewed on 08/31/2016
I needed a narower chair to get through our doors without banging
gregory r. from garner, ky
I am an amputee and needed a wheelchair to get around the house.
It is built well and easy to use.
I have had this chair before and have had the bearings in t he casters go out and needed to be replaced. I ended up ordering new casters as the bearings were unavailable at the time.
Reviewed on 08/11/2016
peter w. from the hills, tx (caregiver)
None really but lighter would be a plus
Reviewed on 08/04/2016
lisa t. from river edge, nj
I'm 55 years old. Wheelchair is temporary as I recover from a leg injury. Hopefully no longer than ten weeks will be the total useage.
Not overly steady on a hill or uneven surface. Need to be conscious of the ground
Reviewed on 06/30/2016
The foot rest does not fold back sufficiently, to many things to adjust.
jozeph h. from mountain view, mo (caregiver)
My wife was 88 yrs . At time unable to walk. Have donated wheelchair to our church.
Otherwise easy to push rides easy
Reviewed on 06/25/2016
jessica w. from little elm, tx (caregiver)
My mother has limited mobility for long distances. We bought this for use on our upcoming cruise.
So easy to put together!
Haven't encountered one.
Reviewed on 06/01/2016
charlotte m. from columbus, ga
Thanks this is exactly what we needed. We will use it for emergencies in our facility.
Folds up easy and stores in a small space.
For the price there are no weaknesses
Reviewed on 05/27/2016
cynthia f. from townsville, nc
I use my wheelchair everyday to be mobile. It has to be able to carry me around the grocery store or shopping. Thank You.
There are no weaknesses.
Reviewed on 04/14/2016
joe j. from bessemer, al
Set up and breaks down easily..
Reviewed on 03/19/2016
It leaves streaks on floor. A little out of alignment. Have to push extra on the left wheel to keep it going straight.
guy b. from lauderdale lakes, fl
Have similar of a Parkinson disease.
We can fold it, easy to put away. It's lightweight.
Refer to number 5.
Reviewed on 03/05/2016