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charles c. from charleston, sc (caregiver)
Stroke survivor. Not confined to a wheelchair but, most of her time is spent there.
design and weight.
nothing so far
Reviewed on 05/26/2017
bruce d. from phoenix, az
I use it
a better fit in the car
flips over SO easy
Reviewed on 05/22/2017
cameron r. from braintree, ma
I'm a 28 year old female who has very limited use of my legs (1-2 steps unassisted) caused by an illness.
It's very light, and I like that I can pull the cushions off to wash them. The chair looks nicer than most. Arms come off if you don't need them and I like that the back folds in half. I can get in cars now and not just SUVs.
There are thin plastic protectors between your body and the wheel. The bolt keeps shaking loose from on of these and is constantly scraping the wheel. I also was very disappointed to find out that you cannot lower the seat on this chair. It is hardly adjustable at all, in fact. My first cheap chair from the hospital was significantly more modifiable than this chair is. If i could drop the seat, I would be much more comfortable and functional. Unfortunately, I paid out of pocket for this so I guess I'm stuck in this for a few years.
Reviewed on 01/18/2017
kim r. from vancouver, wa
I had a spinal cord injury from a pain pump that resulted in right leg paralysis and have been in a wheelchair for 14 years.
1. Lightweight 2. Easy to maneuver 3. Footrests can be swung underneath or to the side when you need them out of the way. 4. Very comfortable seat...even with chronic back pain, I don't need an added cushion. 5. Very cool looking with the wire spokes. 6. Very sturdy and well made. 7. Easy to fold up for transporting. 8. Removable upholstery. 9. Great breaking system. 10. Comfortable handles for your caregiver.
I really have not found any and I highly recommend this wheelchair. It is just so cool!!
Reviewed on 11/04/2016
joe m. from windsor locks, ct (caregiver)
Andy has cerebral palsy. 36 years old. Cannot walk
Strengths are the seating, brakes hold well and the leg attachments go on and off easily
No weaknesses really. Andy only weighs about 110 pounds.
Reviewed on 04/17/2016
joe k. from mannington, nj
Seat Contour, flip back arms, easy to use brakes
Anti tip wheels extend back too far
Reviewed on 12/20/2013
paul s. from east northport, ny
Portability. With the wheels and foot rests removed the components are easy to get in and out of a car. Even fully assembled it is light enough to lift easily. Despite is light weight it has a solid feel and is very comfortable. I have Parkinson's disease and spend some of my time in the chair and other times walking with it as a support. It serves both functions very well.
Honestly, I have found no weaknesses.
Reviewed on 08/09/2013
william b. from medfield, ma
excellent design, quality components,well thought out design
Reviewed on 02/28/2013
ronald w. from rhome, tx (caregiver)
This chair is used by my wife. 65 years old and has a history of falling so we need to use a wheelchair instead of her walker.
Ergonomic design has helped my wife's back problem! Ultralightweight helps taking it up and down the stairs to put in our car! Folds up so small, fits in our compact car with no problem!
Haven't found any yet!
Reviewed on 06/06/2012
yvonne r. from el paso, tx
The strengths are many. I have used this wheelchair everywhere I go and is replacing my old portable wheelchair. it is very light weight and is wonderful in easy storage in the back of our pathfinder Suv. Thank you
No weaknesses in my point of view
Reviewed on 04/15/2012