Quickie Argon 2 – Manual Wheelchair

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

* The photos published alongside this review have been supplied by the product manufacturer, as the reviewer was unable to provide an image of the product featured in their review. *

Wheelchair Description:
Purple rigid frame, 24 inch wheels, folding back, folding handles. Jay combi soft cushion

Source of Wheelchair:
Complete care ship

Diagnosis:
Ehlers danlos syndrome, CFS/ ME

Personal Opinion:
Finally got round to buying a wheelchair and honestly it has changed my life. The process from start to finish was easy and I’ve now got a custom-built wheelchair.

The chair feels very sturdy and is easy to push even for someone with a lower amount of strength. I got folding push handles so that if I get tired people can push me and these have been great so far. The only problem I have had is that if a person is very tall, the handles are a bit low for them.

The wheels come off pretty easily (although sometimes I have to give them a good pull). And the back folds down nicely. I use taxis quite a lot and I’ve only once had an issue fitting it in the car. I’ve also been transported by ambulance in this chair so it works great that way as well.

The chair is unbelievably comfortable and I choose to sit in it over other chairs all the time. The cushion and back are perfect to support me.

Overall I’d give this chair 5*s

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TOTAL RATING

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