Karman Healthcare Lightweight S-Ergo 115 Transport
anna a. from pinole, ca (caregiver)
87 year old female who has had a stroke. Has difficulty walking long distances or for periods of time greater than a few minutes.
Lightweight, easy to transport
No brakes on handle for caregiver to use if going downhill
Reviewed on 10/27/2016
christa h. from edina, mn
I use this product in my home where a skinnier wheelchair is needed.
Reviewed on 09/21/2016
florence k. from burien, wa (caregiver)
End user is 91 years old with some challenges walking distances.
Quality construction, seat padding is great, good steering.
A little bit concerned is how we would deal with a flat tire. However the greater issue is in order to set the wheel brakes one must bend down on each side to engage the wheel lock, which is a little inconvenient. It would be much easier to be able to set the wheel brakes using levers on the handles.
Reviewed on 10/13/2013
marilyn p. from weston, fl (caregiver)
Excellent wheelchair. Provides comfort, easy transport for caregivers, and love the full back with no opening.
Reviewed on 06/28/2013
joseph b. from columbia, tn (caregiver)
The chair was puchased for my daughter, who is 4feet 10inches tall and is now 49 years old. My daughter lives in a house furnished by Tennessee Family
light weight yet strong with comfort in mind. also washable pads.
Reviewed on 09/26/2012
patrick d. from greenwell springs, la (caregiver)
My mother-in-law has parkinsons and is un-able to walk
Very light weight-compact-easy to open & close-VERY WELL constructed
Either a little longer wheel base or larger front wheels-small obstructions are hard to negotiate
Reviewed on 06/06/2012
walter d. from bluff city, tn (caregiver)
33 year old mentally & physically disabled daughter.
light weight, easy to maneuver, comfortable, and very nice looking. also like the no-flat tires especially the 14" rear wheels.
possibly the folding handles on backrest. We would prefer a solid piece since that is where all the pressure is applied during operation. No problem so far but it does seem like it coud be a weak point.
Reviewed on 05/16/2012