|Robert from Fife, Scotland submitted this review on August 3rd 2004 at 02:51 AM. Robert is an end user who has six months to a year of experience with the product.|
|Strengths:||Effective an useful chair with lots of adjustment. At 14Kg it is not that light but by taking off footrests, wheels and armrests wehre appropriate, it is not too bad. |
I am using 6" casters and it goers fairly well ovrt grass and uneven surfaces. The balabce is set forward so the front is quite light which helps with this.
|Weaknesses:||Unlike the Quickie 2, which has a large nunber of adjustment positions for balance, (i.e. moving the axle forward and backwards) this model has only fixed positions for this making setup a bit fiddly. For me, the axle is just a bit far forwards, but the next position is too frea back. |
Arm rests are vary bulky and heavy so I don't use them.
|Comments:||This chair is OK, but there are better ones out there.|
I am T6 paraplegic incidentally.
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