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Dualer Powerchair

 
4.4  from  46 reviews
87% recommended

No need to back up - just turn the seat and drive right out of tight spots! FREE power elevating seat included

Merits Health

(Model No. P312)

$3,423.00
$9,238.00
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4.4
 
(46)
5 stars: 67%
 
(31)
4 stars: 15%
 
(7)
3 stars: 15%
 
(7)
2 stars: 2%
 
(1)
1 star: 0%
 
(0)
Features
 
4.5
Quality
 
4.6
Ease of Use
 
4.4
Meets Expectations
 
4.3

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The user is very pleased with the functionality and quality...

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

The strengths of this chair are; quality of materials used, ability to get around in small spaces, and the ability to raise yourself up to a higher level so you can comfortably work at a stove or counter top. Also long battery life and the ability to set different speeds.

Weaknesses:

I have not found any weaknesses as of yet.

Reviewer:
User Details:

The user of this chair is a 53 year old female with Complex regional pain syndrome which is a nerve disease. She cannot walk on her left foot.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

(No headline provided)

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

battery lasts over 2 days, and I'm in it moving continually

Weaknesses:

haven't found any yet

Reviewer:
User Details:

Age 87. lost left leg. OK otherwise, male

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Good

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Sturdy

Weaknesses:

Do not use white glove service

Reviewer:
User Details:

Not provided

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Early days, but the chair seems to be working as promised.

 
4.0 / 5
Strengths:

It turns on a dime. It can creep forward very slowly, important to get through tight places. Comfortable. Reversing direction is sometimes helpful, as is adjustable seat height. Very solidly built. I hope they write to me again in 6 mo. or a year so I can be more accurate and detailed. Reviews of others were so important in helping us decide what to buy.

Weaknesses:

It's not small, like a very solid throne, so it feels a bit clumsy in the tight hallways of an old house. Expect it to take all the paint off your door jambs while you're learning to navigate it. It likes to lift up area rugs. Probably more chair than my 98lb. wife needs, though it's nimble for its size.

Reviewer:
User Details:

My wife has a degenerative neuromuscular disease and will be walking less and less, even with a walker. Her disease affects small motor control too.

Features
 
4
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
4

General seat comfort, charges easily, has 180 degree...

 
4.0 / 5
Strengths:

Sturdiness, swivel capability, charges quickly, arm/width extendibility, reliability so far.

Weaknesses:

Limited elevation capacity.

Reviewer:
User Details:

A 70-year old female who is an amputee and has numerous other medical challenges.

Features
 
4
Quality
 
4
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
3

Best purchase I have made. Super product!

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Ability to swivel, power elevation, lack of third row of wheels, they get caught on things.

Weaknesses:

A little pricy

Reviewer:
User Details:

I am unable to stand up or to walk. I am in the chair all daY every day. As such, comfort is essential. This is the most comfortable chair I have

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Meets my needs completely

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Freedom it gives. Ease of use.

Weaknesses:

Seat needs more padding, can feel metal framework. Add a remote control function to it so I do not have to have an aide with me all the time.

Reviewer:
User Details:

78year old 100% disabled US Navy veteran who has been in manual wheelchair for about 5.5 years. As my wife passed away 7/15/2021 needed Dualer.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Perfect for transfers

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Smaller and the 5" is what he needed to transfer

Weaknesses:

None so far

Reviewer:
User Details:

86 year old with 4 strokes & Parkinsons. Was having trouble transferring from power chair to recliner. The height provided by the Dualer was great

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

It is priced about right and performs as promised,

 
4.0 / 5
Strengths:

Performance

Weaknesses:

Not provided

Reviewer:
User Details:

I am 94 years old.confined to a wheelchair.and very mutch appreciate the up and down capability of your product,

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
5

Very happy with this chair then others that I have Bought....

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

It has a lot of power batteries last great it’s comfortable and sturdy. I would buy it again is the only chair I think I will be buying from now on You get a lot for your money with this chair.

Weaknesses:

Nothing that I can come up with. Maybe possibly the seat the sitting part could be a little bit wider and a little bit more comfortable but it’s comfortable Towards some other wheelchairs I have had.

Reviewer:
User Details:

Not provided

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Good quality, does what it is supposed to do. A little wide...

 
3.0 / 5
Strengths:

Easy to maneuver, power seat lifts to allow easier access to countertops and swivels to reduce turning around.

Weaknesses:

Too wide for standard doors, too tall to allow easy transfer.

Reviewer:
User Details:

My 92 yer old father, amputated leg and congestive heart failure

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
3
Meets Expectations
 
2

Everything worked as promised!

 
4.0 / 5
Strengths:

Not provided

Weaknesses:

Not provided

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User Details:

I am a 60 year old male with muscular Dystrophy

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
4
Meets Expectations
 
5

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