|Josiah from Pollock Pines California UAS submitted this review on January 8th 2011 at 06:07 PM. Josiah is a clinician who has over a year of experience with the product.|
|Strengths:||Everything about this chair is a strength|
Big tires, extended caster forks, tight craftsmen ship, extremely light weight.
|Weaknesses:||I got mine so that the back could fold down. If i got another one I would have the back welded to the frame. Lasher did recommend I do this, but i wanted to make it easy to transport. now that I have used it I see it really doesn't make a difference in making the chair smaller when disassembled.|
|Comments:||For a once very active outdoor person, but now confined to a wheelchair, this chair is a perfect tool that makes getting outside a thousand times easier. Although I would at least attempt adventure in my day chair, the ATB has made them possible as well as much safer and more comfortable. The front out riggers, 12 inch caster wheels, and mountain tires provide for a very stable ride and makes rolling over pond rocks, mud, sand and snow, possible to say the least. This chair has quipped me to engage in many of the activities I once loved and enjoyed. Although I might not always be strong enough to push every where this chair can go, my brothers have found that pushing me is also much easier. With its excellent build this chair can take a beating and keep you pushing the limits of what you can do and where you can go in a wheelchair.|
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