- 12" rear wheels provide a stable ride over uneven terrain
- Durable lightweight black nylon upholstery
- Attendant operated hand brakes
- 19" x 16" seat size, opening between arms is 17" wide
Drive Medical Lightweight Expedition w/12" Rear Wheels
phyllis v. from north huntingdon, pa (caregiver)
The wheels make it easier to push
The one brake was not working right and needed adjusted.
Reviewed on 09/28/2016
cheryl r. from boiling springs, sc (caregiver)
My husband is an amputee and uses a wheelchair, which I am unable to lift and get in the car, so we needed a transport chair.
Lightweight, well built, easy to use, and a good price.
Haven't found any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 09/25/2016
marilyn y. from contoocook, nh (caregiver)
My husband can not walk long distances or walk through the Mall..this chair now gives us the ability to do so..light weight in and out of the trunk.
Not too. heavy
Left brake touches the wheel slightly when in motion but not enough to return
Reviewed on 09/24/2016
donald s. from saugerties, ny (caregiver)
My Wife is 84 and has severe COPD along with severe injuries from a head-on collision in 2004. I got no cooperation at all from any local stores.
Much easier to use on rough ground because of the 12" rear wheels.
Reviewed on 09/21/2016
donald m. from hayesville, nc (caregiver)
Bought this product for my wife of 63 years, she has both diabetes and dementia, very weak.
Easy to use and lightweight for me as a caregiver, I'm 87 years old Her new chair - I call her "blue convertible" is great.
Haven't found any yet
Reviewed on 09/02/2016
keith t. from hudsonville, mi (caregiver)
We purchased this chair for my wife who has problems being on her feet for a long period of time and walking any distance.
Very lightweight, strong, large rear wheels make it very stable in many environments. Liked it so well we told a friend and they went out and purchased the same chair and are also very happy with it.
Reviewed on 08/30/2016
frank f. from avon,, nc (caregiver)
Light, easy to assemble and collapse. Good for user and good for caretaker
Reviewed on 08/18/2016
vera m. from medaryville, in
Reviewed on 08/14/2016
peter c. from east greenbush, ny
The arms are too high, can not get out of the chair without help, if they were about 3 inches shorter it would allow a person to push up and stand.
Reviewed on 08/13/2016
mayra s. from mesquite, tx (caregiver)
64 yo Mother with Parkinson's
Easy to control, fits in tight spaces.
The foot rests need to have a locking mechanism when not in use, instead of just removing them. Foot rests will flip back and forth.
Reviewed on 08/01/2016