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daniel c. from davie, fl
Male , 65 years old, second ramp purchase, wheelchair and scooter use, in and out of house.
Out of box
Reviewed on 01/05/2017
david f. from huntingdon valley, pa
Purchased this to provide convenient access into the house which requires going up one step on a landing.
Weight makes in impractical for travel use.
Reviewed on 01/02/2017
deborah m. from holiday, fl (caregiver)
Women, 84, limited mobility due to knee problems.
Ease of use and sturdiness.
None at this time
Reviewed on 12/31/2016
virginia d. from ormond beach, fl
Age 66 disability-MS
Looks like it would work well, but not in my doorway- screen door in way.
Reviewed on 12/29/2016
angela d. from cranston, ri (caregiver)
A lady who is an incomplete Quadreplegic due to a car accident when she was a toddler.
Reviewed on 12/13/2016
cynthia f. from houston, tx
I am a 67 yr old woman, disabled with MS, in a power wheelchair.
Ramp is portable, strong enough to handle a 400 lb power chair and small enough for one person to handle. We keep this ramp in the car for all those 'accessible' entries that have a 4-5" step up. A lifesaver!
Only weakness is there is no way to lock the individual slats into place. When you pick it up, the slats slide out. If they could be temporarily locked when transporting, it would be perfect.
Reviewed on 12/03/2016
wayne l. from placentia, ca
Wayne is 71 years old and uses a mobility scooter in the house.
Strong and easy to install.
Reviewed on 11/29/2016
charles r. from rock hill, sc (caregiver)
My wife will use it to come and go out the sliding patio doors using her scooter. We put it inside to complete the transition from the patio ramp.
It's easy to install ,looks nice, is very sturdy[doesn't move when coming inside]and can be used inside or outside.Walkers will not have problem stepping inside.
The screws sent were difficult to get straight in and should be flat head.
Reviewed on 11/10/2016
wes p. from chattanooga, tn
I'm a 68 yr old male with Charcot Foot and am confined to a power chair (Jazzy Elite HD)I use this ramp to access both my downstairs den and worksho
The ramp has a 3" rise and works well on both a 3" threshold and a 4" threshold.
The ramp needs some type of handle that will permit easier movement/placement by someone in a power chair.
Reviewed on 10/15/2016
nancy m. from bainbridge, in (caregiver)
Double amputee in late 70's. Used to go in and out of house.
Fits and is much more efficient than last type we had.
Reviewed on 10/02/2016