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sheila s. from austin, tx (caregiver)
My mom is 99 years old and tiny but fits in the chair great and is comfortable riding in it.
The larger tires are a strength to allow the caretaker to take the user into parks or areas that have small gravel or rocks.
Reviewed on 05/19/2017
john y. from san antonio, tx (caregiver)
Transport for post stroke patient with right side deficiencies.
This chair is a winner! The handle brakes work great and the 12" rear wheels really help with ledges and thresholds as well as making it easier on carpet. It folds easily for transporting the chair itself.
I would like a more positive attachment for the foot rests. However if I put the foot rests out when I close the chair they stay on better but do take more space. I have a pickup truck so it is not much of a problem but in an SUV or sedan could be a problem. Of course they can be taken off but for some of us it is hard to see the pin holes to reattach. I'd like a bag on the back of the chair. Just a lightweight fabric one would be fine to hold light essentials while in use. It should fold with the back. I use a 4" cushion to get the patient to the correct height, I'd like to see a better selection offered from you.
Reviewed on 12/28/2016
andrea r. from clear spring, md (caregiver)
Mother with Alzheimer's, Father with stenosis
Lightweight. Sturdy frame. Larger wheels
Reviewed on 10/19/2016
donald h. from sarasota, fl (caregiver)
5 year old female Parkinson's patient.
No place to store items. Breaks are difficult for rider to secure.
Reviewed on 09/02/2016
luann w. from arimo, id
I have Multiple Sclerosis and there are times when a chair is easier for me to get around long distances wears me out.
Lightweight, easy to use.
Haven't really come across any.
Reviewed on 07/02/2016
jerry n. from columbia, md (caregiver)
Lightweight, readily portable, comfortable for the rider without sacrificing strength or quality.
One recommendation: allow the footpads to slide forward to the end of their support. That would enable an increased extension of the rider's knees, -- an important comfort factor for older folks.
Reviewed on 06/30/2016
lawrence w. from st petersburg, fl
81 Yr. old. male. Unable to stand. Rheumatoid arthritis and missing upper left quad.
Upholestry doesn't last (This is my 3rd transport chair). Screws not properly seated.
Reviewed on 06/26/2016
louise s. from bristol, ct
I am the person who will use this wheelchair. I can only walk very short distances, so I will be able to have someone push me when needed
I especially like the confidence that the wheels are sturdy, and it's comfortable
Reviewed on 06/11/2016
ann s. from easton, md (caregiver)
My son Ryan uses the wheelchair. He is physically and mentally disabled
Lightweight, easy to use and comfortable
The brakes broke after only a little use
Reviewed on 05/01/2016
lorraine f. from fenton, mo (caregiver)
The User is 97 years old and is a falling risk due to spinal changes. However he is mentally clear and likes to get around.
It is easier to push over thresholds because of the 12 inch wheels. It is still light enough for me to put into and take out of the car trunk. I love the hand brakes.
The only weakness that I sometimes notice is an occasional difficulty getting the back handles to fold down.
Reviewed on 04/27/2016