The Tracer EX2 is a high quality standard chair with options not available on other models.
(Model No. TREX2SA)
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We like Tracer EX2 Standard Light weight wheelchair
She can get around the house easily.
Some of the adjustment screws come loose.
greg b. from montgomery, mn (caregiver)
My wife uses the wheelchair. She has MS and is not able to walk...
Brakes are so stiff that I can't use them. They're...
Well built, sturdy
Makes noticeable noise when in use.
carol d. from dayton, oh
74-year-old, 120-lb., above-knee amputee. I use wheelchair only upon waking and at bedtime, transferring to and from bed.
Has one minor defect - clicking wheel bearing.
Easily collapsible for transport in auto.
Right wheel has developed squeaking/clicking noise. No way to lube and no troubleshooting help in manual or contact information for technical help.
john a. from williamsburg, va (caregiver)
To provide mobility to my wife who is totally unable to walk but can move from her lift chair to the wheelchair and propel herself around.
Excellent value for price.
Comfort and ease of use.
Not a weakness, but chair should be priced with foot rests as this is an important part of using the chair.
leonard v. from port huron, mi (caregiver)
Chair is used by my spouse, 83 years old. She has had both hips replaced, 3 hip revisions, and a fractured hip over past 35 years.
Great chair at a decent price
Just about everything -- sturdy frame, comfortable yet durable back and seat upholstery, center of gravity allows leaning forward in the chair without it tipping, easy to wheel on or off road, the rubberized front wheels help absorb shock for a more pleasant ride, etc.
Armrests can stick making them difficult to remove sometimes, and the armrest upholstery material wears out very quickly
charlie b. from maquoketa, ia
33 yr old T-6 paraplegic, use chair all day every day
Good sturdy wheelchair
Doesn’t have any weaknesses that I have come across!
sandra c. from bogart, ga (caregiver)
Functions unlike prior chair.
Too early to tell.
Too early to tell.
robert f. from philadelphia, pa
The purchaser for 13 years used wheelchair with a label identifying it as Tracer EX2. He wanted identical replacement but was little disappointed.
its a fine and descent chair
i would say its durability
nothing i can really think of
ron c. from kingsville, oh
hello i am a 49 year old man with a double amputation on both legs at the knees
Nice wheelchair - I’m glad I purchased it!
The weight of the wheelchair. It’s easy to get in and out of the car.
john k. from brutus, mi (caregiver)
Easy to open and it’s lighter so it’s easier to lift in and out of the car.
Liked it because of the light weight compared to others
Narrow to get through smaller doors
Not sure of any yet
wanda w. from cross plains, tx
We haven't used our wheel chair yet. Bought it because a friend had a similiar one and we just wanted to be prepared when we did need one.
My In-law loves it, it fits her perfectly.
Ease of operating!
Luckily we have found no weaknesses.
joan r. from st. louis, mo
Tracer EX2: Review
size is appropriate for indoor use inside doorways and traveling outside also rolls good on grass
marion f. from st. louis, mo (caregiver)