Incredibly portable, 4 lightweight pieces, up to 13.2 mile range and 10 colors. NEW 20" SEAT AVAILABLE!
(Model No. NEWGOCHR)
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michael l. from everett, wa (caregiver)
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Great turning radius, easy controls.
Hard to assemble, instructions vague. Difficult for one person to take apart.
beth r. from seattle, wa
25 year old with chronic pain, joint hypermobility, and fatigue. Ambulatory, part time chair user.
I love it but I have trouble with the joystick. It is very...
It's comfortable and moves very smoothly.
nancy w. from bonne terre, mo
83year old woman who broke her leg and was in the hospital or a nursing home for the next two years. I can walk with a walker but only for short dista
The Go-Chair is exactly what I NEED.
Minimal turn radius NO WHEELS STICKING OUT IN THE FRONT OR BACK
THERE ARE NONE
lynn d. from painted post, ny
85-year old paraplegic widow. I am unable to ambulate — I can stand and pivot, but that’s it!
Very easy to use.
donald h. from new braunfels, tx
I am an 82 year old female with a right leg amputation above the knee. I have been using a wheelchair to get around but the Pride Go Chair makes it ea
Smooth ride has given me much more freedom.
Quiet and smooth riding. I purchased the larger seat which is very comfortable. Very good chair for its price point.
The horn can’t be heard.
marilyn k. from battlefield, mo
68 yr old female with Spondylitis and Fibromyalgia.
It's a mighty little chair
It's portable. Because it breakdown it can be transported easily.
The seat itself. The back is almost too straight. I'm hoping it relaxes the more I use it. It's not very comfortable to me personally. I am making a cushion to go over it.
jacqueline s. from belton, mo
Manual wheelchair user. Needed power chair to relieve breakdown of shoulders during long outings or when my arms are hurting.
Allow me to leave the house.
None that I have found.
robert g. from corydon, in
It's exactly what I want. I am expecting I will have a Lot more freedom. I am looking for a lift that would allow me to travel by myself.
The seat has given me sores on leg because of hard piece...
The seat leans to left. Material is falling apart
bonnie g. from hallstead, pa
MS for 42 years but needed Go-Chair wheelchair for last 4 years.
ease of use
john s. from struthers, oh
75 year old male. have truble walking great destances truble standing for any short time.
The Go-Chair is a great help in getting around in our home.
The Go-Chair is very easy to operate.
No weaknesses observed.
james g. from hartsburg, mo
I am 73 years old and have had Parkinson’s for 14 years. The Go Chair is so helpful for me to move about in our home.
battery requires way too much charging
I like the size and the mobility. The battery is the WORST feature!
cheryl m. from altoona, fl
I am a 74 year old female. I use the chair to get around our retirement community. I find it requires a LOT of charging of the battery.