- Revolutionary hydraulic reclining mechanism allows for infinite adjustments up to 180°
- Elevating legrests and desk length armrests standard
- Carbon steel frame with silver vein finish for an attractive, maintainable finish
- Standard headrest extension with cushioned head immobilizer
- Durable, lightweight nylon upholstery
Drive Medical Silver Sport
terry w. from decatur, al (caregiver)
Can't walk, 95 yrs old, has dementia, overweight (205 lbs), severe arthritis, female, otherwise, she is healthy.
none I am aware of
Reviewed on 11/11/2016
ramiro c. from benicia, ca (caregiver)
82 years of age and suffers from Alhzeimer. Currently living in a care facility in Calif
Fair enough chair
The plastic/canvas of the back rest is not very strong
Reviewed on 02/28/2016
c h s. from commerce, tx (caregiver)
Age:81; Dementia patient, probably Alzheimers
See 5. above.
See 5. above.
Reviewed on 02/10/2016
frank l. from willington, ct (caregiver)
Reviewed on 10/08/2015
david f. from la place, la (caregiver)
My wife is Alzheimer's patient. Requires 24/7 care. Doesn't walk and spends all waking hours in the chair. This chair allows for different positions.
The recline aspect.
Have not found the weaknesses.
Reviewed on 07/16/2015
Footrest doesn't fold all the way down, too hard to maneuver, slippery wheels
john m. from havre, mt (caregiver)
65 year old female with late stage MS
Hard plastic tires with no tread, footrest sticks out making it hard to maneuver, leg rests are too short
Reviewed on 04/08/2015
patricia c. from jacksonville, fl (caregiver)
Mom is 93 years old and is wheelchair bound, because of recent TIA and vascular dementia.
Easy to push around house and is very well made.
Hard to get through narrow doorways
Reviewed on 03/21/2015
diane h. from kailua, hi
Mom is going on 95, unable to walk, has dementia, is under 100 lbs.
Ability to change positions and leg supports
Chair width only comes in 18 or 20, not wide enough for comfort and armrests too high when sitting making it uncomfortable
Reviewed on 02/12/2015
fay h. from ramona, sd
The way fits the patient. The head rest, the reclining ability, moveable parts, to
Reviewed on 11/18/2014
chuck p. from cincinnati, oh
Middle-aged male, tall, undergoing complex hip reconstructive surgery after extensive disease.
Infinite recline positions provide safety for post-op hip precautions. Solid and sturdy in frame. Basic sizing fits more than adequately and is comfortable for travel and sitting.
Legrest length when they are raised to support a straight leg. The footrest is 3" too short at its longest adjustment. Padded armrests are flimsy, putting full weight on one arm rest easily cracked the plastic frame of the rest pad. Will order another and replace - in future will grab the wheel and rim to steady myself when moving. No easy way to adjust recline function from chair - secondary adjustment levers somewhere accessible from in the chair would be nice, but you must have abdominal strength to pull yourself up in order to use such a function. It would be nice for those of us who have that strength.
Reviewed on 08/07/2014