Lightweight Expedition w/12" Rear Wheels
With 12" rear wheels to improve maneuverability across uneven terrain, the Expedition offers safety, versatility, and easy transport at a low price.
(Model No. EXP19LT)
it has met expectations thus far. haven't had it for very...
elizabeth w. from baton rouge, la (caregiver)
Great portable chair.
Lightweight, so easy to push and maneuver hand brakes.
ellen m. from princeton, nj (caregiver)
Works just great. I'd recommend to anyone!
Comfortable and easy to use
Ease to use and trasport
judy d. from wallingford, ct
Meets all my expectations as a care giver!
Lightweight and ease of use.
Hand brakes give me a problem.
donald k. from evans, ga (caregiver)
Needed to transport patient around house and outside trips.
It is made very well and it fits in the car easily
It does exactly what it is supposed to do for transport and transfer
It is a bit hard to push and the hand brakes are difficult for my hands.
irwin c. from sayreville, nj (caregiver)
HE IS 78 YEARS OLD WITH Parkinsons he weights somewhere in the 160s to 170s and is 5 ft 7 he is not mobile he can walk very little and slowly.
Very lightweight and easy to transport
Ease of use
Brake cables are easily snagged when folded
patricia h. from sellersville, pa (caregiver)
My husband is in his eighties and uses a walker to help with mobility. The transport chair is great for longer outings where he would get too fatigued
Shipped well, ready out of the box. Works great.
Overall quality product.
Have difficulty going over a bump in forward direction. Had to turn around & go 12” wheel first.
stephen k. from cincinnati, oh (caregiver)
My father is 94 w/ early Alzheimer’s possibly, & balance/gait problems. More problematic is bone on bone arthritic knee making walking hard.
The transport chair is easy to open, lift, and moves on...
Easy to put together and lift to fold and put into car
The user is over 200 lbs. The chair is difficult to move on even slight inclines when moving with the user in it. The seat of the chair barely fits the user and it’s difficult for him to get out of without caregiver assistance.
janice m. from middletown, de (caregiver)
User has gait and mobility difficulty.
Back wheels are good for all surfaces.
sandra c. from ham lake, mn
User is 78 years old with M.S. caregiver can put it in trunk of car easily or back seat.
This is about the 7th chair I have bought.
Light weight, easy to store, inexpensive.
The hand break cable is the poorest feature of the chair. I bought this one because the right hand break cable broke on the previous chair after 6 months.
michael n. from melbourne, fl
Easy to use and most efficent.
Having the rear wheels larger.
Closes up too easy when the patient was pushing it.
phyllis h. from springfield, va (caregiver)
My dearly beloved --90 y/o --- has ALZ. We recently had to travel by air to ME to attend the wedding of a grandson.
Very satisfied with ease of loading onto back floorboard...
no manual brake...must squeeze brake handles to prevent movement while user is seated.
patsy l s. from houston, tx
73 y/o female with husband who has limited lifting capability due to recent pacemaker inplant.