Jazzy Elite 14
Outstanding agility offered in this front wheel drive powerchair.
(Model No. 14-C)
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Great chair...I really like it a lot.
smooth, quiet ride, very easy to use, comfortable
It can be jerky & clunky in switching directions, seat rocks back & forth a little, feels like it might not be totally latched
dale c. from greensboro, al
This is a well-built wheelchair you can tell just by...
Craftsmanship is excellent
No back up beeper
charles c. from elkton, md
71 year old with spinal stenosis
Great Product and Spinlife made it easy to purchase and...
Sturdy product, comfortable and easy to drive,
robert w. from windham, nh
I am actually bot the user and a caregiver, The wheel works out perfectly for me. It allows to perform as caretaker and relieves me of my issues.
This is my 4th wheel chair and is the best one for me.
Bigger front tires can maneuver most anywhere, looks nice, short turn radius.
Rear wheels for turning in some places. Hard front tires. I would like if there was a pneumatic option.
john b m. from warsaw, in
have 2 prosetic legs use full time
Great chair for inside my home.
Speed, comfortable seat, and turning ability.
Headrest is a little too short. I wish could adjust the footrest other than up and down more easily.
terri m. from denton, tx
I love this chair! Right turns, comfortable seat, fast
comfort, well-constructed chair with good turning radius once you get used to it. Controlls are quick to respond.
henry k. from pearland, tx
A 100% disabled Vietnam Vet who is wheelchair bound
Performs as advertised, needs more rear clearance than...
Requires significant programming to make it safe in a home. Should have been included with tech setup.
richard w. from parker, co
It does the job.
Easy to learn. Good power.
When backing up, it swings the back end around hard.
terry s. from taos, nm
I'm 63 with advanced MS.
OK, but could be better.
Easy to use and helps getting about better.
Back wheels are hard to give enough turning room for.
sandra c. from oakhusrt, ca
The chair is easy to use, but the wheels in back stick out farther than I thought and I have hit several cabinets and dug some wholes in them.
Very happy with purchase and service.
It is easy to use and does what it claims to do.
Haven't found any yet really. It is heavy if you need to lift it into something.
renate s. from weiser, id (caregiver)
My husband is the chairs user. He is 64 and unable to walk much due to MS.
Not user-friendly in small spaces.
It is a Jazzy product, well-engineered.
It is too big, it is not as compact as the old Jazzy 1103 that she used for years.
philip m. from anchorage, ak (caregiver)
A 70 year old MS patient who is home bound, active. She is satisfied with the chair.
A spectacularly engineered, durable and comfortable vehicle
It is amazingly dexterous, able to get through narrow doors, turns on a dime, strong enough to endure intensive City street use, and pretty.
None so far
paul c. from sag harbor, ny (caregiver)
A 63-year-old disabled veteran who relishes his getting out and about in his old neighborhood in New York City.