Comet 352 w/ Removable Desk Arms
With many of the same features as the Comet 330, the Comet 352 also boasts detachable armrests and a quick-release folding back for added convenience.
(Model No. 352)
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Perfect but needs to be wider
This is a perfect chair and I love the arm lift feature!
The seat needs to be wider
cynthia c. from bala cynwyd, pa
I’m disabled and extremely weak
it is lightweight and easy to use. I can easily put it in the trunk of the car.
I have noted no weaknesses at this point.
paul c. from rochdale, ma (caregiver)
my wife uses the chair. It is used as a transporting chair when she goes in the car for doctor appointments. she is confined to a wheelchair all day.
This transport chair is easy to manage, and it is sturdy...
It is the perfect height for a regular dining table, it folds to a very compact size to fit in a trunk, the back folds down so it is even more compact, the handles are comfortable to use to push the chair. I really like the thumb pad on that handle!
I think the tread on the wheels could be a little deeper, and the brakes should be tighter.
anne d. from wendell, nc (caregiver)
Quadraplegic, cerebral palsy, active woman
Heavy duty for big guy.
Love the large back wheels! I also like the hand brakes.
I wish the back was a bit taller and the seat a bit longer to accommodate my tall husband. I haven't figured out how to remove arms but haven't needed to yet.
mona b. from bryant, ar (caregiver)
My husband is 245 lbs and I wanted a heavy duty chair. It has worked well for us.
Good transport chair.
Love the swing-away foot pegs and that they are so easy to remove when necessary. Love the wheel brakes that are weight-activated. They are well-designed and invaluable.
Perhaps the locks on the foot pegs could be a little more securely set, but they are good.
steve d. from mill creek, wa (caregiver)
My mom, who is 93, uses the Comet 352. She likes it. Her only complaint: sometimes if she sits 2 or more hours, her bottom hurts.
Very happy with the transport chair
The convenience of the arms flipping back so that they are easy to move in and out of place. Light! Yet sturdy
The footpads could use shorter posts. We did have the chair tip backwards during a transfer.
dale c. from oxbow, me
MS patient uses this chair in the bathroom because it is so easy to flip the arm back and use a slideboard to get on the flush.
Nice chairgood servicre
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Smallwheels brake location.
brian c. from reisterstown, md
Jaf a strplr snd left side not back yet. Need a ytamsfer chair thatmy petite wifecan maneuver. Tjisi s is lite enouhh an will fit in In my home andca
Really satisfied with it.
The locks on the handles of the chair forces the person pushing it to always lock it even if the one in the wheelchair forgets to
The seatbelt is very hard to open and close
kim l. from longport, nj
Spinal chord injury patient; needed extra wheelchair to transfer to car; wanted it to be a light chair, so 26 lbs. isn't so bad.
Ease of use
Removeable desk arms, removeable leg extentions, large rear wheel/smaller front, easy to use and set up, lightbweight.
Too wide and tall. No leg strap to prevent legs from going between extentions and touching floor, should be safety standard - need additional size options for this model
richard w. from oxford, in (caregiver)
Brakes wear out within one month. Disappointing.
At first it was great. Easy to use, brakes for user and caregiver, sturdy
Brakes unreliable. Did not work after a few weeks. No safety belt provided. No tools provided to repair. Loved it at first. Disappointed now. Bought two of them and sorry now to have done that.
jayne p. from chicago, il (caregiver)
78, male, Parkinson's
good overall. We have not used it enough to say anything further
The foot rests ought to snap up against the chair frame when chair is folded, rather than swinging loose, thus having to take them off.
caroline hb w. from cambridge, ma (caregiver)
Comet 352 w/ Removable Desk Arms: Review
removable arm, ease in pushing
would like it to weigh a bit less, wish seat to floor were taller, but cushion helps
martha b. from greensboro, nc (caregiver)
56 yr. old, muscular dystrophy with generalized muscle weakness of legs