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Five seat widths to choose from including two with a 300 lb. weight capacity.
(Model No. TRSX5)
Some quality control issues, overall quite functional
Rolls easily. Light enough to put in car trunk. Easy to push or for patient to move.
Clothing shield cracks in a couple of years. Vinyl arm pads cracks in a couple of years. Arm support sockets not a smooth snap-in. Brake adjustment could be much easier.
bob g. from phoenix, md (caregiver)
84 yo with arthritis, partial foot amputation, limited walking ability, diabetes
THIS CHAIR IS WAY TOO WIDE FOR MY HUSBAND.
WE WILL KEEP HIS OLD TRACER CHAIR AND ARE TRYING TO HAVE THE NEW CHAIR REBUILT.
THE NEW CHAIR WAS 27 1/2" WIDE. THIS IS A BARIATRIC CHAIR. IT DIDN'T FIT THROUGH OUR DOORS.
donna s. from machias, me (caregiver)
THIS PRODUCT WILL NOT WORK FOR UAS. I CALLED SPINLIFE UPON RECEIPT AND SAID THAT IT WAS WAY TOO BIG. NO POSSIBLE RETURN BECAUSE IT WAS CUSTOM.
The features of this wheelchair are almost perfect.
This wheelchair fits me well and makes me feel stable when moving around.
For me, the legs aren't what I expected. My feet don't reach the footplates and the legs aren't made for me to raise and lower them.
brenda w. from williamston, nc
I'm 58 years old with the birth defect spina bifida. Due to that, I'm a paraplegic and require a wheelchair.
Allows for balance of physical hard work and independence
I wish there was a handle by large wheel for lifting into car when folded up
heidi v. from water mill, ny (caregiver)
Stroke recovery underway.
juan a. from tolleson, az
Live in an older home doors are only 29" wide the hand rails do no fit thru door. Tried to return it but you said non-retunable. Will sell at loss.
ryan m. from ypsilanti, mi
I have a neuromuscular pain disorder as well as chronic fatigue, endometriosis, and fibromyalgia.
Well made, sturdy
Sturdy, easy to fold to put in auto trunk
Needs a seat pad for comfort
Woman, age 82, knee arthritis, partial foot amputation diabetes related infection. Able to stand but requires holding on to walker or wall devices.
It does its job.
For a short legged person, feet do not touch the floor enough to allow them to help maual propulsion.
john k e. from mcminnville, or (caregiver)
My wife is just learning how to use a wheelchair. She is 95,deaf and dementia. Teaching her how to use a wheelchair is slow and frustrating.
Her feet can now sit comfortably on the floor, making it...
The ability to be ordered with smaller wheels. The comfort of the chair when she is in it most of the day. It moves easier.
The extended brake levers fall off easily.
leah k. from clinton, ia (caregiver)
A short lady that is over weight. 4 foot 11 inches 160 to 190 pounds. Congestive heart failure gave her weight and Dementia made it hard to walk.
Lightweight, very smooth operation.
wendell h. from dayton, nv
Very lightweight for the size
Mom loves her wheelchair.
It moves easily. Is very well put together and is comfortable for mom.
For a short lady I need smaller wheels on it. Had talked about when I ordered, but decided to wait to see if it was short enough for my 200 pound mom.
Short lady who cannot walk far at a time.
Ease of use and transporting my mom.
juanita c. from collierville, tn (caregiver)
We go this so Mom could have her own wheelchair at her Alzheimer's home