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dan d. from helena, mt (caregiver)
Not a total wheelchair dependent person but she needs help for outings in the winter because the fall factor is high in MT during the winter.
Just what I was looking for price wise and ease of transportation.
The biggest disappointment was the push handles are way too short, causing me to have to bend over to push my wife.
Reviewed on 03/09/2017
michael c. from castro valley, ca (caregiver)
40's, female with MS. Needs/uses chair when walking will be too much of a burden.
Price, weight, attractiveness, ease to fold up.
Only complaint so far is it is a bit hard to attach the footrest/leg to chair.
Reviewed on 12/01/2016
daniel k. from del mar, ca
I am the user, a 78 year old post polio.
Reasonably light, compact, comfortable, maneuverable, nice looking.
This is my second S-Ergo. The first had wire spokes which failed early and often. The armrest material decomposed repeatedly--went through three sets. This one has "mag" wheels so no spokes and we'll see about the armrests.
Reviewed on 10/20/2016
david l. from nutley, nj (caregiver)
60-year-old male w/MS.
The chair is lightweight.
The brakes are a little flimsy.
Reviewed on 10/09/2016
susan g. from st clair shores, mi (caregiver)
My sister uses the 125 Ergo lightweight chair. She has PSP , the chair is easy to maneuver.
Lightweight and ease of use.
Reviewed on 10/08/2016
betty r. from plano, tx (caregiver)
74 year old female stroke survivor with right side weakness.
Brake linkage is way above the average; which makes brakes easy to apply. Light weight & durable.
Knurled brake rods do not keep rubber wheels from turning like a knife edge lock would. Sitting for long periods is uncomfortable & the optional cushion could be improved.
Reviewed on 08/11/2016
ruth l. from homer, ny (caregiver)
93-year old woman with balance problem. Only 4'10" tall, so I have difficulty finding a chair that is a comfortable height.
Ease of movement for average size person.
Seat too high for petite person; hard for petite person to maneuver; had to return chair for refund.
Reviewed on 07/17/2016
joseph j. from evansville, in
Joseph D Joergens I have progressive MS and only can use the right side of my body. It's not totally useless but not very helpful. I'm 64 yrs old.
Lightweight, well built, easy to fold up, love the brake locks!
Reviewed on 06/21/2016
frank b. from yorktown, tx (caregiver)
My 87 year old mom who is in a rehab center. She uses it 95% of the time. She just loves it and it is very compact and easy to get around.
Well made lots of featutes.
Havent found any yet
Reviewed on 05/05/2016
barbara s. from la verne,, ca
I walk with sticks, but use a wheelchair when I have to go long distances.
It is lightweight and wheels easily. Very portable. Folds into the back of our Prius very nicely.
The pushing ring could be the same size all around. It varies too much to be comfortable when I push it myself.
Reviewed on 01/03/2014