Pride I-Go – Powered Wheelchair

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

Wheelchair Description:
Silver folding frame with red accents, front suspension, and a LED control system with speed adjustment and horn.

Battery Life:
Approximately 9 Miles. There are two lithium batteries stored on each side of the chair.

Source of Item:
Second Hand

Diagnosis:
Myalgic Encephalitis (ME), Tourettes Syndrome, Fibromyalgia & Hypersomnia.

Personal Opinion:
Unlike other folding powerchairs, the Pride I-Go is really simple – just remove the seat cushion, fold down the joystick, squeeze two buttons together on the back of the chair and fold the backrest down towards the base! The frame will then stand up in the folded position, which is great for those with limited storage space. It’s also convenient because you don’t have to dismantle anything, so it fits in my very small car.

When in use the turning circle is super small, which is perfect for navigating tight spaces. It’s also great for trips to the supermarket, shop, or anywhere the floors are flat. But it doesn’t cope well with hills or uneven ground. It’s definitely more suited to indoor use.

Overall, it’s surprisingly comfortable even if it feels a little flimsy.

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