Tracer SX5 Recliner - Custom
Our most popular recliner with a variety of seat sizes, footrests and armrests available.
(Model No. TRSX5RC)
My brother is very happy with it.
I had looked all around for a wheelchair that could be custom built. Finally found this (which is very much like his old one). Called and I believe Daniel? helped me with all the specs. It s exactly what I hoped for.
None that I know of.
karen w. from washington township, mi (caregiver)
User is 60 years old, mild cognitive issues and has severe epilepsy.
Love the chair, mom can now, be laid back to comfortably...
This chair rolls so much easier than her last wheelchair, as the front wheels are a little bigger and aid in getting around easier. Also, I like that the top extended head piece can be detached and put back on easily.
The arms come completely off, but I would rather have them tilt back, so that caregivers don't put them back on incorrectly, or at a different height than the other arm rest. Also, the arm is padded which is nice, but doesn't fit under tables very well and the padding is damaged easily.
zoe c. from hillsboro, or (caregiver)
My mother is the user of the Invacare Tracer SX5 Recliner Wheelchair. My mom is 92 years old and has Alzheimer's and can no longer walk.
It is good quality
Easy to use
None I can see yet
lois k. from dobbs ferry, ny
I am 79 yrs. Young, but cannot walk. Your chair helps me a lot
Great value and quality
high back, removable parts, easy reclining, multiple sizes
not much - could possibly be easier to push
don e. from st. louis, mo (caregiver)
My mother (93 YO) has lost the ability to walk and is in the chair all day. The removable head rest and reclining are great for the beauty shop
If wider wheels are available for this chair than I...
patrick m. from cohoes, ny
Front wheels are too thin for my use. I use it outside on walks a lot and the wheels are too thin for turning.
Very easy to use and priced right.
william h. from waukesha, wi (caregiver)
Bought this for my dad, he needed a higher back. The home where he is staying loves it. My dad also likes it as well.
A great, reclining chair!
Well made and easy to push and move around.
The only thing I would change would be the neck pillow; it's a bit small. It would be more comfortable if it was a little bigger.
gisela t. from edgewater, nj (caregiver)
I purchased this chair for my dad and he is very happy with it. He especially likes the reclining feature.
Love this reclining wheelchair that makes my dad's life so...
It reclines easily, the leg rests elevate to match his new position beautifully. Well made!!
Can't think of a single weakness!
karen p. from des moines, ia (caregiver)
My dad is 86 years old, non-mobile and a big guy.
Versatile and comfortable.
Because the back has so many positions, it provides for all of the user's needs during the day. I strongly recommend the articulating footrests which accommodates her long legs while reclining. We discovered the desk-length armrests still do not fit under the table and we have to remove them. I wanted to replace them with the full-length style because she needed to reach too far back for them when being seated; however, the helpful representative suggested turning them around - that works great.
The legrests are a bit difficult to secure.
laureen s. from salinas, ca (caregiver)
90-year old female Parkinsons patient.
We chose this model for the tall back and reclining ability.
Tall back, reclining
Because of those features, it is heavy so can not lift it into the car
francis v. from collegeville, pa (caregiver)
My 80 year old husband with cancer and a recent femur fracture.
Love working with this company. Great people
It goes thru doors with ease. Does everything it says it will do. makes her comfortable.
So far all I can say is it is heavy - and that was expected.
ellen m. from carriere, ms (caregiver)
I purchased this for an elderly (94) year old lady. She has a very bad hip. So far the chair has done everything we need it to do.
This replaces her 11-yr.old Invacare - same model.
We like the features that accommodate her long legs and the leg extension feature as her feet need to go up when she is rolled into her wheelchair van. With the extension, the leg attachment elongates as well as goes up.
We have not yet found just the right spot to fasten the front of the wheelchair into the wheelchair van.
cynthia h. from tallahassee, fl (caregiver)
This wheelchair is used by my sister primarily to go to doctors' appointments. She is totally disabled physically, though not paralyzed.