On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
nancy a. from austin, tx (caregiver)
Bought for 82 yo husband who has difficulty walking any distance, and needs transport help. Regular w/c is too heavy & awkward for me to lift.
Lighter weight & less awkward for caregiver to maneuver, especially lifting into/out of vehicles. Larger rear wheels easier to enable going over thresholds, etc.
No self brake and user cannot easily maneuver himself.
Reviewed on 01/18/2017
eugene b. from rancho cordova, ca
It's mainly for my wife, she has some muscle problems.
The only draw back on this chair are the hand brakes, they don't work worth a darn, no way to support the chair if you have to help someone up.
Reviewed on 01/14/2017
michael j. from duluth, ga (caregiver)
Person has difficulty in walking and we use it for doctor visits.
Able to get up on steps in safe manner.
Reviewed on 01/11/2017
thomas g. from springfield, il (caregiver)
As a former "fabricator" I would say it was sufficiently constructed.
none at this time!
Reviewed on 01/04/2017
mary m. from camillus, ny (caregiver)
66 yr old male, stroke victim.
12" rear wheels add extra support, also allows for easier moving.
Reviewed on 12/30/2016
lorraine s. from maumee, oh (caregiver)
He is 89 and has had a brain bleed.
The weight, I can lift it.
Wish I could wipe it off, vinyl or leather.
Reviewed on 12/26/2016
pamela m. from indianapolis, in (caregiver)
My 74 yr. old husband has arthritis in his lower back and cannot be on his feet for very long.
User weighs almost 300 lbs. Chair holds up to the weight just fine.
The front wheels easily get facing the wrong direction and makes pushing the chair very difficult until they are righted.
Reviewed on 12/26/2016
patrick m. from portage, mi
Sixty-eight year old male stroke survivor.
Easy to get through standard width doorways. Larger back wheels make pushing easier.
None noted so far.
Reviewed on 12/17/2016
mary m. from holly hill, sc (caregiver)
96 yrs. HX stroke and CHF. Ambulates short distances with walker but unable to stand long due to back pain. (We do not want ads or offers of equip)
Comfortable (with foam cushion). Easy to fold and lift. We like it almost as well as the very similar Invacare she had.
Handles and handbrakes fan out slightly, making it easy to catch on doorways.
Reviewed on 12/16/2016
curtis k. from medford, or (caregiver)
My 67 year old wife has MS. and can hardly walk at all. We use the chair when going anywhere.
Strongly made. Nice, large, strong rear tires. Nice, fairly strong brakes.
When you collapse the handles to put it into the trunk of our car the handles take a lot of effort to collapse and then when you try to put the handles back in place, they have to be pushed hard to "lock" the handles...not real easy as it should be, .... in my opinion.
Reviewed on 11/26/2016