250-300 lbs. - Wheelchairs

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250-300 lbs. - Wheelchairs

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Recent Customer Reviews in Wheelchairs

  • Jul 8, 2014

    dorloco55  from Brooklyn, New York, Rating:5.0

    Recently my sister fell and injured her knee and as you get older it's hard to get around with just crutches. When we found out she needed surgery, I realize that she was going to need a wheel chair to get to and from her doctor appointments. After doing some research on the Internet, I saw the Drive Medical K320ADDA-ELR Cruiser III Lightweight Dual Axle Wheelchair and it was everything I needed in a wheelchair and the price was right. As you get older, you never think about falling or about the results of that fall. Now that everybody is getting older, I feel more prepared that we have a wheelchair in the family.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Jul 7, 2014

    imacowgirl2  from SD, Rating:4.0

    Came with little assembly required and a leaflet to describe its features. It may not be as heavy-duty as the more expensive, high-end models available; but for someone who is still ambulatory and just needs a little support or can't walk long distances and needs to be wheeled occasionally, it fits the bill economically. I like the wheels - very agile. Compact design fits on the floor in the back seat of our sedan.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Compact, lightweight, good for basic transport

    Jul 5, 2014

    athena1960  from Berkeley, CA, Rating:4.0

    Yes, but. . .this chair is good for basic transport, my Mother in-law is comfortable and the 17inch width is easy to maneuver in tight spaces. However, for the attendant, the wheels get stuck a little too much in the uneven cracks on the sidewalk, so we're going to try a transport chair with a little more weight, and larger back wheels. Overall, this is a good buy for basic transport, to and from the car to the Doctor's office or in a shopping mall, but for taking long walks outside- it may be a challenge for the attendant.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • does what its supposed to

    Jun 11, 2014

    bbexplorer  from EM, NY, Rating:3.0

    the belt works fine. Be aware the buckle part is very short The connection is on the side of the person, not the center of the person.Not designed for a heavy person.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Easier then a wheelchair

    Jun 11, 2014

    dmb1962  from Trenton, NJ, Rating:5.0

    I have difficulty walking and get tired real fast from my cancer. Using the wheelchair was to much, it was heavy and oversized. Since purchasing this transport wheelchair it has been so much easier for me to go out. Before I would feel bad about going out and my husband having the push the wheelchair. Now this chair is so much lighter then a normal wheelchair. Fits in the trunk of my car without any problems. I would recommend this chair to anyone that had second thoughts. This transport wheelchair is not as bulky as a regular wheelchair.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes

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