Matt black rigid frame with blue accents, folding backrest, and quick-release Spinergy wheels.
Source of Wheelchair:
Mobility Aids Centre, Peterborough
My wheelchair is lightweight and easy to manoeuvre in tight spaces. It doesn’t collapse although the backrest folds down. It easily fits into the car. There is a handy pocket in the backrest one zipped and one open. The footrest height is adjustable depending on your needs. I have adapted the push rims with a rubber cover to allow easier pushing. The side guards have an integrated mudguard which protects my coat from rain or mud. Although I wish the guards came higher, instead of so close to the wheel itself. The frame is indented to allow cleaner lines of the appearance of the chair, which I really like. I have made a few additions to the wheelchair, including purchasing a water bottle holder that attaches to the frame. I also use a FreeWheel attachment that attaches to my footrest with ease, along with a SmartDrive that works easily with my chair and fits on the H-bar.
Using this wheelchair has allowed me to push independently and get out into the world to explore different environments. Before this chair, I was not able to get around independently and relied on others for help. Without this chair, I wouldn’t be able to go off for ‘walks’ (rolls) and visit national trust properties. People are always commenting on how nice my chair looks and I don’t think I would use another brand in the future, so I would highly recommend it.