ProBasics Full Reclining Wheelchair
samuel m. from roseburg, or (caregiver)
Very good chair.
I do not know any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 07/14/2016
rose g t. from new york, ny
My husband uses this wheelchair. He is 84 years old and cannot walk. It is perfect for him because he is able to sit better in it. Very comfortable.
It is easy to handle; Folds easily; Made well.
So far none that I can see.
Reviewed on 06/26/2016
linda h. from clinton, ms (caregiver)
A 99 year old bed ridden patient who sleeps most of the time is the user. She is gotten out of bed two to three times a week to change positions.
It is sturdy and easy to use. The price was reasonable.
The way it has to be reclined. It would be better if both sides reclined as one unit.
Reviewed on 03/25/2016
susan s. from catonsville, md (caregiver)
Reviewed on 02/17/2016
gerhard h. from fairfax, va (caregiver)
My wife has Alzheimer and uses the wheelchair. The reclining back makes it easier to transfer her to and from bed.
Not too expensive
The parts are not too strong
Reviewed on 02/15/2016
boris t. from enon, oh (caregiver)
73 year old wife with Alzheimers
It's a good chair
The leg rests need a lot of adjusting.
Reviewed on 07/30/2015
faye p. from cynthiana, ky
I am a 64 year old woman who cannot use her legs and sometimes need to recline while in the wheelchair.
Ability to recline back into various levels.
Headpiece is hard to remove and insert into back. Screws and screw holes don't line up.
Reviewed on 06/03/2015
marie s. from watsonville, ca
Unable to walk without assistance. Spends most of day in chair.
Cheap, cheap, cheap
Reviewed on 05/16/2015
susan r. from petaluma, ca (caregiver)
Parkinson's patient, late stage, non-ambulatory. The chair is very well designed and built. The extended head support and leg supports can be removed
Reviewed on 12/31/2014
renee o. from cohoes, ny (caregiver)
Reviewed on 04/29/2014