Rear-Wheel Drive Powerchair with an optional Power Elevating Seat!
(Model No. P301)
More Information on the Gemini
Controller too sensitive.
Seat height. Ability to go higher to reach things.
Sensitive movement controller.
rose d. from yardley, pa
83 year old .The Gemini fits my needs it has one major fault. The controller is sensative, difficult to get it adjusted to less sensativaty.
Was not what I expected
Large and durable good for outdoor use
Not good for indoor use in a normal size house. Might be ok in a very large house. I had to return it.
james c h. from commerce, ga
Very nice. Had lots of features.
A chair for people having transfer problems.
The adjustable height allows easy transfer usimng a transfer pole-no more pulling yourself up from a low chair. Also the extra width of the chair accomodates a big man.
The sesitivity of the controls takes a bit of learning-many mini-crashes when in small spaces.
carol r. from vancouver, wa (caregiver)
He is a 74 year old man who has completely lost the use of his right leg and has quite arthritic shoulders. He weighs over 325 pounds.
Very capable heavy duty chair
Capacity, speed, battery life per charge, suspension, comfort.
The casters take a bit of getting used to. There are times when you have to stop and try to realign the front casters before proceeding. The joystick is also more sensitive than I expected.
james s. from longview, wa
68 yr. old diabetic with partial foot amputation, facing fusion surgery, making ready for long term non- weight bearing recovery.
This chair is wonderful outside!
The battery system lasts longer on a charge! The seat is very comfortable.
Since I needed larger tires, I had to get a wider power wheelchair. This chair is more difficult too get through doorways and the canopy is great, but catches on door frames. If it were not for the back tip-proof wheels the entire chair would have gone completely over on my back a couple of times by now (VERY SCARY!)!
marco b. from bellingham, wa
A double amputee of a below the knee amputation & amputation on the right foot, back tothe heal!