Sunrise / Quickie QRi
rose b. from wichita, ks
I am 55 yr old female with MS. Its lightweight, comfortable and rolls like a dream.
Lightweight. Adjustable back rest.
I've not found any weakness.
Reviewed on 09/09/2016
bryon g. from west richland, wa
I am RBKA amputee
Light weight easy to move well constructed
Reviewed on 05/14/2016
jay b. from walnut creek, ca
Age-85, leg weakness - neuropathy
Position of fixed foot rest causes difficualty in standing up.
Reviewed on 11/01/2014
frank b. from iuka, ms
70 years old
Reviewed on 05/30/2014
ignacio m. from medford, or
Reviewed on 03/15/2014
randy s. from san diego, ca
Male, 62, with MS
The chair is attractive. Simple and effective design. Ideal for my daily use and transport.
Reviewed on 02/21/2014
We wanted a lightweight chair but it is not as strong as we needed for this teenager
damon m. from brooklyn, ny (caregiver)
The user is a 17 year old with cerebral palsy
Reviewed on 01/12/2014
c. luci s. from pace, fl
39 year old single female with no caretaker. Arthritis in hands, elbows, chest, and knees. Torn soft tissue in knees.
This is my first chair outside one of the old hospital kind given to me by charity. Strengths of this chair include inexpensive (I had to pay for myself because I have no insurance), durable, and ease of use - including breakdown to fit into car. I have a small car (Mazda3 2006) and do not have the ability to just go buy another car. I can set the body of the chair in back seat, one wheel in floorboard in front of the chair one wheel in behind the chair with relative ease. I place the plastic side guards into the molded pockets of my front car door. It has greatly increased my mobility, and my left arm is almost completely healed from repetitive motion injury from the hospital style chair I had before this one.
I ordered the plastic side guards, I wish I'd ordered the aluminum with fender ones. I have to readjust the plastic side guards after each Zumba class and dresses sometimes spill a little over the wheels - which constantly causes me to have to retuck my dress to keep it from getting mussed up.
Reviewed on 10/27/2013
It's a great product,we just need to raise the pushing handles .
marybeth k. from winnetka, il (caregiver)
The wheel chair is for my son, age 15
Sporty looking, very functional. Quality frame.
You can't push the wheelchair walking behind easily with the anti Tip bars. Push Handles need to be higher. Also his gel seat has bumps and creases in it that cannot be worked out and he has only used the chair and seat twice.
Reviewed on 09/30/2013
james f. from inez, ky
41 male t10 Paraplegic have been in the chair now for 21 years.
The price and the overall feel of the chair. Just a well made chair.
The only fault I have to the chair wish the back rest would tilt back just a little more. But that should get better when the back rest is broke in.
Reviewed on 07/17/2013