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albert d. from avalon, nj
68, left leg will not move.
Going forward over small bumps.
Reviewed on 08/18/2017
doris l. from champagne, il (caregiver)
Petite, 77 year old female who cannot walk but is able to transfer herself. Used a power chair but this chair is for our trips and appointments.
None so far.
Reviewed on 08/18/2017
marshall d. from palm harbor, fl
Used in the car to get around in large locations.
It is okay for what it is for.
It should come with a standard pillow to sit on, I am an amputee and the chair is hard on my bottom.
Reviewed on 08/12/2017
douglas t. from amarillo, ca
88 year old lady recently recovered from hip and knee replacement needing chair when leaving apartment.
Strong, but lightweight. Easy to use and fold for putting in car.
Reviewed on 08/05/2017
edward l. from greensboro, nc
Age 84, daily usage (due to awaiting hip replacement surgery).
Design and great product for the price, for sure!!
Would be nice if it was a few pounds lighter to aid in loading/unloading.
Reviewed on 08/03/2017
jean f. from radisson, wi (caregiver)
Bought this for my 89 year old mother that has dementia.
Nice and light to transport but very sturdy. Very well made and extremely easy to assemble!
Reviewed on 07/08/2017
harold m. from highland, ut (caregiver)
81 years old, very limited walking ability, diabetes, must be assisted to walk
Light weight, easily transported, sturdy, all features easy to work (brake, foot rests, arm rests, collapses easily to fit in car)
Reviewed on 06/15/2017
paul t. from knoxville, tn
Physical disability, chronic pain in back and legs.
Light weight, easy to fold and get in car.
Reviewed on 06/14/2017
kerrie c. from waltham, ma (caregiver)
90 year old woman.
Reviewed on 06/12/2017
larry s. from denver, co
64 year old Post Polio Syndrome survivor.
The armrests are a weakness on most brands of wheelchairs, they are replaceable parts that need to be redesigned using tubular foam padding.
Reviewed on 06/06/2017