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felipe l. from rio de janeiro, ny
38 years old, paraplegic, loves outdoor sports
Extremely lightweight Responsive Comfortable
So far, I havent found any weaknesses
Reviewed on 10/22/2016
malcolm b. from nantucket, ma
Male, 53, 6'4". Incomplete C-5 - I walk with crutches, but not for long distances.
The chair fits me well, super well made and designed. It's easy to take apart and put in my car.
I have no problems or issues with this chair.
Reviewed on 10/14/2016
robert t. from lords valley, pa
I am a seventy three year old male with very limited use of my lower extrremeties mandating me to use a wheelchair to function. I prefer a light chair
TiLite chairs are the only rigid chair I found that is light enough to move in and out of a vehicle with ease.
Have been using TiLite for seven years and find no weaknesses. That is why I bought a second TiLite.
Reviewed on 06/26/2016
richard l. from boerne, tx
Reviewed on 01/21/2016
charles a. from oakland, ca
Male, age 49, progressive MS, also use Pride Victory 10 scooter.
Ultra lightweight. excellent design & construction.
Reviewed on 07/09/2015
eric h. from mccordsville, in
I'm a 39yo male high left above knee amputee. I have approx 3-4" of femur remaining, so I do not use a prosthesis.
Extremely lightweight Well-built, feels very strong/sturdy Looks great, very sporty
The only weakness in my opinion is the high price.
Reviewed on 04/10/2015
john a. from clermont, fl
Reviewed on 11/12/2014
loni c. from meridian, id
54 year old with Multiple Sclerosis
Lightweight and easy to take apart if needed.
I have found no weaknesses at this point.
Reviewed on 09/06/2014
sandra p. from grants pass, or
It won't fit in my car easily. I have a GMC Terrain and its hard to fit past steering wheel.
Reviewed on 01/01/2014
robert s. from scott, la
54 year old male with cerebral palsy and a spinal cord injury at L3. In the 1990's I won 5 national titles in the paralympics and I am still active
Extremely lightweight and surprisingly sturdy. Easily adjustable to suit individual needs.
As of yet I have not noticed any significant weaknesses in the wheelchair. However as with any wheelchair problems will occur if the user is not careful and prudent in making sure that they address their exact needs prior to choosing the type, size and options of the wheelchair. The person most responsible for ordering the correct wheelchair is the end user.
Reviewed on 12/12/2011