Ergonomic design and great standardized features for a customizeable fit
(Model No. MVP-502)
More Information on the MVP-502 Ergonomic
Very pleased with this product.
The reclining back, an easily removable headrest, easy-to-adjust elevated leg rests, all while being lightweight and easy to transport and comfortable. While she is not able to propel herself in the chair, the option of larger wheels to allow her to adjust the positioning of the chair was a major deciding factor.
The seat width is adequate, but if a 22/24 inch width had been offered, we would have preferred it. We did not opt for the thicker seat cushion as she already had one, but if spending extended time in the chair, the cushion that comes with the chair would not be adequate for comfort.
marla l. from bryant, in (caregiver)
91-year-old mother-in-law in a nursing care facility no longer has the use of her legs. This wheelchair allows her more mobility and greater comfort.
High priced, but comfortable
Cup holder doesn't fit, and pretty pricey
linda c. from san antonio, tx (caregiver)
Blind, and bed ridden
Cadillac of wheel chairs.
The ability to recline the person for a more comfortable position. Also, being that the arm rests lift up, it's easier to slide the person onto the seat in the car. Oh, by the way, she really liked being outside in this chair. Her previous chair was a cheap, Medicare, transport chair. It was not a very good chair for her.
The very first time I brought my wife outside in this chair, it became very obvious this chair needs a hood, like the one's on baby strollers.
fred a. s. from albany, ny (caregiver)
Wife. 69 years old. Disabled. Stroke/Alzh. patient.