Reviewer: mark b. from new york, ny
User Details: Male, 69, with chronic debilitating neurosarcoid. Can stand only briefly without support, ambulate only a few dozen yards using walker.
Strengths: Comfortable, reasonably speedy, good power on inclines.
Weaknesses: 1. A major inconvenience is the absence of brackets, hooks or other way to attach a bag or basket or to carry a folded walker or even a cane. 2. (I'm right-handed.) Armrests should be the default or, at least, an option; using chair's left arm as armrest, with left hand on speed level control, can lead to inadvertent speed setting changes. 3. A distinct additional action to allow seat movement, a button perhaps, would be good; it would not be an inconvenience for something so rarely used and would avoid any inadvertent tiny movement of the seat and consequent puzzling and frustrating immobilization of chair. This can happen as the result of even tiny unconscious tremors in the right hand resting on the control when in the neutral speed setting.
Reviewed on 10/17/2017