Nova Ultralightweight Transport Chair
It's a product that meets my expectations and serves my need!
brenda n. from san francisco, ca (caregiver)
I purchased this product for my husband who is paralyzed on the right side as a result of a stroke.
This wheelchair is so light-weight that I can take it in and out of my car with ease. It also takes up a small amount of space when it is folded up.
I prefer leaving the foot rests on the wheelchair when I put it in the back truck of my car. However, the foot rests always fall off. It would be perfect if there is simple latch to stop them from falling off.
Reviewed on 07/28/2016
margaret k. from new york, ny (caregiver)
My husband is 85 years old and after 2 months in a hospital bed has trouble walking and needs to rest often. We love the transport chair.
Light and easy to maneuver.
Reviewed on 05/18/2016
ronald c. from salem, sc (caregiver)
Used for my wife, stroke survivor. Difficult to walk any distance. Use only to go from car to restaurant, house party, short distances.
light weight....lifting out of car
Reviewed on 02/03/2016
rudolph a. from pinehurst, nc
The transport wheelchair is for my wife and she finds it very comfortable. I am 82 and I needed something light so I could put it into in the trunk
Easy to lift. Very well built. Comfortable. Rear wheels can be locked. Rolls with ease.
I can find no weaknesses.
Reviewed on 11/15/2014
This is not what I thought I was ordering. The first chair I ordered was much superior.
nancy w. from omaha, ne
One of the screws has already dropped out of the brake system so the brake on that side won't work. This is a cheap chair even though the price was the same as the one I purchased previously!
Reviewed on 11/06/2013
sharon s. from sugarloaf, pa (caregiver)
My dad is very weak from the chemo that he is receiving.
Its looks, the convenience of it being so easy to use and transport
Don't know of any
Reviewed on 10/25/2013
michelle c. from vista, ca (caregiver)
We use this at our small RCFE
Reviewed on 10/20/2013
delila r. from bessemer, al (caregiver)
46 year old male paralyzed on one side.
The weight and the size, regular doorways are hard to get through.
Of course the wheels
Reviewed on 10/17/2013
paul s. from thermal, ca (caregiver)
94 yrs old, 200lbs, can only walk about 20 feet with walker and he is done.
Lightweight and folds up easily into nice package.
None found yet
Reviewed on 08/15/2013
claudia s. from omaha, ne (caregiver)
93 year old with mobility issues
Sits too low and makes it difficult for client to get out of it
Reviewed on 07/07/2013