Quickie Q700M Sedeo Pro – Powered Wheelchair

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

Wheelchair Description:
6 black wheels with a mid-wheel drive. Large frame with green trim. Removable headrest, centre mounted leg rests, deeply contoured backrest and front/rear lights.

Battery Life:
All Day

Source of Wheelchair:
Bromakin Wheelchairs

Diagnosis:
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

Personal Opinion:
This wheelchair is highly adaptable. There are different more expensive options, including the Ergo and the Up. My chair has electric recline, electric lift, electric tilt & electric elevating & extending legs rests. It also has a swing-away controller, gyro control & flip-up armrests.

The gyro control is one of the best parts as it keeps it more stable so takes a lot less concentration to drive. The spider track suspension makes more comfortable.

There’s about a £6 grand difference between the pro and ergo versions. And the up version is even more expensive. It sadly is quite an expensive chair, especially if you want the additional features.

It is crash-tested, however, it does require a wheelchair accessible van as it weighs over 200kg. It is narrow so it can go through most doors and has a small turning circle. I would definitely recommend it.

Features

HOW COMFORTABLE IS THIS WHEELCHAIR TO USE?
HOW EASY IS THIS WHEELCHAIR TO TAKE APART?
HOW EASY IS THIS WHEELCHAIR TO TRANSPORT?
HOW DOES THIS WHEELCHAIR COPE OFF-ROAD?

TOTAL RATING

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

How useful was this review? 0.55 ( 1 votes)