TiLite Aero Z Series 2
robert d. from brooklyn, ny
I have had 5 spine surgeries in the last 7 years and got a progressive nerve disease in both legs and feet , from one of them. It's called CRPS/RSD.
Easy to control, lightweight,easy to disassemble. Durability
Still in search of one, lol
Reviewed on 12/04/2015
patricia c. from philadelphia, pa
43, multiple sclerosis, working full-time
It is so light, it is designed for the user to propel (center of gravity, range of motion, etc.
The ordering process is ambiguous. There was no indication which things were an additional cost. It gave me no way to prioritize what features I wanted.
Reviewed on 10/17/2014
lynn m. from san jose, ca
Reviewed on 09/06/2014
joseph m. from watsonville, ca
That it is very strong built and rolls very good.
Reviewed on 12/05/2013
linda a. from harrisville, ri
T6 complete parapalegic-Post atv accident 2001- i am 37yrs young!
rolls super easy-comfortable-light weight
I havent found any
Reviewed on 09/02/2012
john b. from hoffman estates, il
a 65 degree angle option is needed, rear wheel axle needs a cap to protect metal under side of foot plate will hit gound, needs some type of bumper plastic protection
Reviewed on 07/18/2012
kelly l. from east haven, ct
age 39, progressive brain and spinal cord disease, using chair full time for 5 years
The chair is durable and does not feel like a chair with adjustability. It is a mirror of its Titanium counterpart, and it really stands up to the abuse I give it.
None...but I have only been using it for a short time...so my answer may change as the time drags out.
Reviewed on 08/26/2011
janet n. from virginia beach, va
I am a T-8 Paraplegic.
This chair is extremely lightweight, easy to maneuver, and very easy to disassemble and put into the car.
I have not found any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 08/07/2011