Quickie 2 Lite
All the quality and features that make the Quickie 2 great, but at a lighter weight.
Sunrise / Quickie
(Model No. EIQ2NL)
GREAT product, even better service provided by this amazing...
Strength and quality of just about everything
Nothing that I can tell thus far
mike r. from vista, ca
36 year old male with neuromuscular disease
Third chair of this same product that I have purchased.
Light and comfortable
On this chair there was a mistake and the seat is too short.
charles s. from opelika, al
Third time purchasing same chair so I knew what I was...
Ulta light weight makes it super easy for me to transport. Love pneumatic tires.
It creaks!!! Loudly! Don't recall this being an issue with any of my other chairs. Any the outside rims for pushing....have they been treated with something special? My finger get burned when I am trying to control speed going down ramps!
lisa p. from plant city, fl
60 year old very active female amputee with spina bifida.
I still have some issues with the chair but it will have to...
The chair is ok, not great, just ok.
The back of the chair that allows someone else to push the chair the handles are too low and need to be higher.
mrs f. from spencer, nc
70 physical disability
craig f. from newburgh, in
I use my wheelchair all day long. It is my mode of walking.
As a DAKA the front wheels LIFT toooo easily and the grip...
Light weight, removeable wheels, nice paint job, bicycle tires (solid), arrived quickly (2day), pleasant young lady to work with.
Balance is really wrong for a DAKA and the metal wheel hand rail provides poor hand grip. My hands slip on the railing making it hard to go up an incline along with the lifting of the front wheels. My old wheel chair is much better at going up hill.
stanley r. from valley center, ca
Age 87, double above the knee amputee, play wheelchair tennis in a special chair, kayak, and drive out to the ABDSP desert by myself in my truck.
Narrow and light weight.
Don't know yet hasn't been old enough yet.
christiannne s. from corpus christi, tx
T-12 paraplegic. 53 years old, have been disabled for 37 years.
Met expectations with a few suggestions.
It is light weight.
Should be a pocket on seat back. Pack should have shoulder straps (like a backpack) and instructions should come with the cane holder.
larry g. from new york, ny
I have a motor neuron disease, part of ALS with only one working leg.
Very good wheelchair
Light weight. Easy to remove wheels and footrests. Greatly improved footrest connection.
douglas k. from davis, ca (caregiver)
33 year old male with cerebral palsy who can stand and walk for short distances, but needs a wheelchair for comfort and greater distances
I can think of no improvments to this devise.
It doesn't weigh very much and I get around easily.
philip c. from stroudsburg, pa
I am 69. have spinocerebellar atrophy and live in an assisted living facility.
It is lightweight, has great maneuverability and is very adjustable.
carl g. from collingswood, nj
Quickie 2 Lite is a perfect wheelchair for a 52 year old parapalegic.
Great, dependable, lightweight chair that is well built and...
Lightweight, durable, nice looking and has a very good warranty.
The only complaint that she had was with the swing-away arms. They are designed a bit differently from the last chair but that chair was several years older so she just will get used to the way these swing-away arms function.
dale d. from purcell, ok (caregiver)
My wife has multiple sclerosis and has required a chair since the mid 1980's. We have tried other chairs but the Quickie brand is the chair she likes