On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
scott d. from garden city, ks (caregiver)
Client suffered diabetic stroke/coma resulting in impairment of right/dominant side, including leg. Then, undiagnosed stroke impair left leg.
Relatively cheap by comparison. Lightweight, easy to assemble and break down for transit. Very impressed, as is the client.
Had to tighten wheel brake bolts that were way too loose on one side. Client only has been using it for less than a month, so durability not tested yet.
Reviewed on 01/04/2017
vadim k. from layton, ut (caregiver)
The end user can't walk long distances because of the pain in the knees and the back.
Big detachable rear wheels.
Not very compact when folded. No handles to carry when folded. Bumpy ride on cobblestone (no shock absorbers). Leg rests cannot stay attached when the chair is folded for transportation.
Reviewed on 10/20/2016
betty j g. from sayre, ok
Betty age 78 no walking very helpful to get around.
Light quick folding very easy to travel with
Reviewed on 04/10/2016
john m w. from houston, tx
I thought this would be much, much lighter than it is .....Otherwise....All OK
Reviewed on 02/26/2016
jennifer h. from san rafael, ca (caregiver)
Patient is a 98 year old woman, with Mild/Moderate Parkinson's, has 24/7 caregiver support. I am her PT
Lightweight, combination standard/transport chair, easily converts from one type of chair to the other, chair is very maneuverable.
The brake on the R side is not supported by the frame and came loose after the second day when transported on it's R side in the trunk of her car. Easily reset and tightened, but needs a strong person to tighten it sufficiently. Your designers might add some kind of support to keep the brake from loosening. Patient's caregivers now remove both large wheels when placing the chair into the trunk, with the R brake up toward the trunk lid.
Reviewed on 08/07/2015
alfred j. from butte, mt (caregiver)
We love the chair, it is lightweight and easy to handle. The hand wheels are easily removable to use a a transfer chair. Very handy.
All of the above
None so far
Reviewed on 06/14/2015
timothy m. from manahawkin, nj
T11 SCI, non-ambulatory 63 year old
The ability to use the chair by self-propulsion or as a transporter. The anti-tippers make it safe for use on the boat.
Absence of brakes on front casters.
Reviewed on 05/28/2015
gwendolyn r. from camp hill, pa (caregiver)
My husband has essential tremors which affect his motor skills. This chair is one way for him to feel a little more independent.
The construction is sound.
I don't feel there are any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 04/16/2015
ernest d. from ft lee, nj
Reviewed on 03/23/2015
paul s. from visalia, ca
Walking for me is is not very good. Thank God I have a newer home where doorways are wider
Reviewed on 02/14/2015