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Invacare Action 2 – Manual Wheelchair

USERS RATING:
(Based on the users needs, lifestyle and preferences.)

Wheelchair Description:
Manual, black folding frame with push handles, folding removable foot supports, huge front castors, removable rear wheels and two anti-tip bars.

Source of Wheelchair:
NHS Wheelchair Services

Diagnosis:
T9 Paraplegic – but with good trunk control and strong upper body. I want to be able to get about independently as much as possible.

Personal Opinion:
It was ok at first until I experienced an active user chair (as a loan whilst in rehab), and then I realised how bad it is!

Here Are The Good Points:
– It is ok for moving about slowly in a hospital or care home setting.

Here Are The Bad Points:
– The frame is very flexible.
– Even on good flat pavement, you have to push hard so it’s wasting your energy.
_ On the rough ground, the frame twists even more making you tire quickly.
– The footrests stick your feet out about 30cm in front of the castors, making it difficult to turn.
– Because the footrests stick out so far, your feet and legs are more prone to injury.
– When manoeuvring the castors can stick out sideways (they sit past the main push rims by about 8-10cm), so they get jammed in tight spaces
– The seat base sags into a curve, so if you sit slightly to one side it tilts you, leading to poor posture and back pain.
– It is heavy.
– The wheel bearings are poor, so it doesn’t glide on a smooth floor and quickly comes to a halt. (My Levo LAE, a standing chair which is a bit heavier glides much further on a single push!)
– It is not possible to pull this chair into a car across your lap after transferring.
– The armrests have to be removed before you can transfer.

Overall this isn’t a suitable chair for a user who wants some independence, especially compared with my Levo LAE it is awful. Thankfully this wheelchair has now gone back to wheelchair services, and I now have a Quickie Argon 2 which is a much better manual chair for me.

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TOTAL RATING

(Based on an automatic calculation of the individual results above.)

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