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ron w. from jacksonville, fl
I'm a (current 66 yr old) disabled veteran with a spinal injury and MS. I've been in wheelchairs for most of my life.
Weight limit. Not to many chairs out there with a high weight limit.Love the wheels where they pop on and off to store in trunk or back seat. It feels solid except for rolling on concrete.
Back: should be angled back about 4° why: because at current angle 90° when leaning back it feels like a wire pressed against your back and it hurts. Unlike my Quickie LXI chair when rolling on concrete this chair is NOT sound proof, it feels hollow. Brakes: the way they are angled.
Reviewed on 04/27/2017
jim s. from tulare, ca
Reviewed on 08/31/2014
kenneth l. from las vegas, nv
58 Yr old with Post-Polio. Very active and needs comfortable, durable chair.
Design, comfort, and durability with smooth responsive ride.
None so far.
Reviewed on 12/27/2013
andrew d. from whittier, ca (caregiver)
14 years old with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrom
High quality, simple to remove wheels and easy to fold back rest for loading into the car. Anti-tips are simple to remove and install.
Difficult to adjust axle location for center of gravity because it also requires relocating brakes.
Reviewed on 06/14/2013
carl r. from anderson, in
Nice solid chair, pushes easy, good braking system, etc.
The sling is the only weak point of this chair....it is slumping already after only a week of use and cannot be adjusted very much, as there is only a small patch of velcro there and the screw mounting system sucks...the first hole of the front of the chair doesn't have the threaded socket the rest have and absolute care must be taken not to strip these out.
Reviewed on 01/30/2012
delaine b. from houston, tx
spinal cord injury, paraplegic, age +65
Ridged frame, compact easily maneuverable in narrow spaces,adjustable wheels, After 10 yrs, I've worn out my last A4.
Reviewed on 12/15/2011
jude g. from new city, ny
20 year old paraplegic
Its lightwieght and ease of mobility make it a great wheelchair for limited users
The footplate is mounted rather high, but if you order an adjustable footplate it is not much of a problem.
Reviewed on 12/03/2011
brian b. from north smithfield, ri
T5 Para 20+ years
Looks great rides great and easy to maintain
i wasn't happy with the spoke guards....they are clear plastic. Clear looks horrible IMO.
Reviewed on 11/02/2011
joan e. from shelby, nc
age 58 and polio survivor
I love the way the chair handles and it has a sharp look to it
The releases are so small I hurt my hand when trying to remove the rear wheels.
Reviewed on 07/10/2010
jeremy s. from collinsville, ok
The adjustability makes for a good fit. Sturdy, quality build. Rear axle system is very nice. Looks good. I love it.
Brakes seem flimsy, though to be fair they've taken a beating so far. A tad heavier than I expected but by far lighter than what I had. I'm guessing the literature lists the titanium versions weight for both.
Reviewed on 10/27/2008