Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Three wheeler all terrain wheelchair with two chunky mountain bike tyres on the front and a smaller chunky all terrain tyre on the back. The wheelchair is so lightweight that I could push my adult son over uneven ground on a campsite with just one finger. Folds really small to be able to go in the boot of a small Honda Jazz car. It also has the points for locking down into a WAV so that my son can travel safely in his wheelchair.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Matt black wheelchair, with a rigid frame. The height of the push handles can be adjusted if required. It can also fold down, making it easier to transport. active user wheelchair.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Metallic purple solid frame, folding handles, tilt bar, footplate. Low-ish back (lowered it myself) & I have different wheels - the standard ones which came with the chair, some "off road" wheels with chunky tyres that I rarely use, and my loop wheels, which I treated myself to (after much debating with myself), in January 2018, and they are fabulous!
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Black frame, soft roll casters, adjustable foot plate and camber bar sun fusion wheels silver accents folding side guards folding back, fixed frame rgk pocket for items, one beautiful chair
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Very light compact active wheelchair with a Deep blue frame with fold down back rest, solid blue foot plate , quick release wheels, standard wheel package but will have marathon plus tyres, the surge LT Gand rims and frog leg castors within 2 weeks.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: It has a titanium, fixed frame with fairly high push handles (my husband is very tall), a fixed carbon fibre foot plate, brakes with extensions (to make it possible for me to pull them back and forth), detachable swing-away arms, carbon fibre side-guards and a seat belt. It is coupled with a Jay back rest, to give good back support, and a Vicair cushion for pressure-relief. It was made to measure, with as little wasted space as possible at the sides so that I could get through the very narrow doorways of an ancient house. The chair itself is 58cm wide and 80cm long, and very light.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Black frame, wheels and everything. Wheels aren't removable. Big footplates that stick out far forwards but are removable for when chair isn't being used it can be put out of the way.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Recently repainted to purple, thin tubes (less than 1 inch diameter). Box frame for extra stability. I have loopwheels, this makes the chair a lot more comfortable over rough terrain and also combine the. Chair with a smartdrive and front wheel. The backrest has been changed for a tarta backrest as I need the extra support to sit straight. The ergo-sit is very comfortable compared to a straight seating area.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Silver Aluminium folding frame with two X braces. Black canvas folding seat and backrest. Black canvas padded armrests. Black wheels. Black plastic moulded brakes for attendant. Black plastic side panels for seat. Black plastic folding footrests (adjustable in length). The attendant handles fold down with a press of a button. Black rubber/plastic (not sure) kerb steppers. Black lap belt.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Silver folding frame with half folding backrest, push handles, adjustable armrests and swing away footrests. Bright blue and black seat and back rest pads, attached with Velcro. Solid puncture proof tires. Lever brakes. Steppers to assist carer in manoeuvring chair up and down kerbs.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Rigid frame, with a low Jay shell backrest, quick release Spinergy SPOX rear wheels, light up front castors, no push handles and a Jay EasyVisco seat cushion. Frame comes in many colours, mine is bright turquoise.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Folding wheelchair but with a minimalist open frame design, similar to the appearance of a rigid frame chair. It has the footrest integrated into the frame, rather than two separate swing away footrests. Folds in half using a cross brace mechanism, the back does not fold down. Comes in many frame colours - mine is a bright electric blue. Self propel, quick release wheels, fold down push handles (these were an added extra), and carbon fibre mudguards. The seat and back are tension adjustable, with a Jay SoftCombi seat cushion.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Chrome manual wheelchair, with rigid frame and red accents. Quick release, self-propelled wheels. Adjustable handlebars, which are also quick release. I opted for an additional raised footplate to be added several inches above the original footplate, meaning the lower footplate acts as a step up. There is also a hook on the lower footplate that attaches to a winch in my WAV.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Rigid black frame with white piping, mid height back rest (includes a nice sized pocket), fold-able push handles, removable splash guards and armrests, grated metal footplate. Wheels have treads and easy grip for self propulsion. Back folds down and wheels are removable for easy transport.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Black folding frame that is lightweight and manually operated. It has removable arm rests, swing away foot rests that were eventually replaced by a foot plate, an additional back bar, transit wheels and push handles.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: White rigid frame with orange accents, quick release self propelled wheels and carbotecture forks and caster wheels. High back rest that can be removed to make the wheelchair easier to transport. Removable seat cushion, folding footplate and retractable handles that can easily be pushed by a carer.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Pink lightweight folding frame, with quick release self propelled wheels and Frogs Legs forks and caster wheels. Mid-range back rest, removeable seat cushion and a folding footplate. Additional back support and handles that can easily be pushed by a carer.