At just 13.5 lbs. with the rear wheels removed makes for this incredibly easy to transport wheelchair.
(Model No. Feather-Chair)
More Information on the Feather Chair
Light Compact Stylish
eli s. from brooklyn, ny (caregiver)
The best wheelchair I love it Its so light and so far so good had it for about a month I recommend it
No seatbelt. I need one for descending steep wheelchair ramps.
robert k. from san dimas, ca (caregiver)
79 year old girl. Cannot walk without assistance.
Easy to operate.
thomas w. from cheektowaga, ny
I am the user of the chair. I am 73 years old and have bad knees and can't be operated on because of a stroke.
Worked like a charm!
Weight and folding ability.
joyce w. from cove, ut
CVant walk wel, bad balance
Lightweight and great for caregivers.
Lightweight and folds right.
Hard for user to turn wheels, does not "coast."
anna m. from elizabeth city, nc
It IS lightweight. Wheels are more difficult to move than my 3 previous wheelchairs. Takes me more effort to push by myself. Caregivers like it.
An excellent option for patient and caregiver.
The hand brake is terrific. Pull like a traditional bike brake while walking OR push the brake lever down to park the chair. While the chair is for my mom, my dad benefits from the chair stability and brakes - it becomes a walking aid for him.
This chair was smaller than a standard chair but still fine for my mom. Cushions were not as robust as on the old Tracer 2 my mom had. My dad did know the parking brake until I showed him! The little yellow sticker on the brake is the main indicator.
ewald v. from pittsburgh, pa (caregiver)
Stroke 10 years ago left mom with a paralyzed left arm and leg
Sturdy, light weight, far superior to transport chairs we...
construction, materials, light weight
None encountered so far. Cushion is a bit thin but we will just use an add on air cushion if needed.
dennis t. from topeka, ks (caregiver)
She has hereditary spastic paraparesis with progressive weakness and spasticity. Uses walker, cane, and AFOs at home. Needs help with distances.
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gordon b. from boynton beach, fl (caregiver)
broken kneecap plus neuromuscular problem
The best wheelchair ever - everyone who has used it...
Weight, size, ease of use, multiple brakes, back pouch, easy to pack and unpack.
NO WEAKNESSES IT'S PERFECT!
todd l. from studio city, ca
58 year old who suffered a stroke, unable to ambulate
Can't think of any!
elizabeth l. from onamia, mn
It's really small and light! Great for my husband to lift into the vehicle. It moves smoothly. I can even push it myself! Thanks!!