Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: All Terrain, 6 wheels with 4 motors, 2 big knobby tyres in the middle for farm and beach life. I chose a pink Frame. With a Roho seat for pressure care and formed back and neck seating, it fully reclines, lays back, extends legs and elevated 30 centimetres to include myself in social situations around standing people.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Black high padded back rest with head rest, burnt orange base, six solid wheels (largest set in the middle as it is a mid-wheel drive). Control unit also changes the back angle and tilt of the seating.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: 6 wheel powerchair (turns around the larger central wheel) with removable (and flip up)foot plates and backrest - there is also the option for tilt&recline, along with a large choice of seating, backrest and footplate options.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Indoor, outdoor. Black frame, Powered chair two battery pack at back bottom which are removable. Wide seat. Removable foot plates, small joystick type control handle, bar handle at back. Cushioned arm rest. Can be switched to Manuel. Has curb crawler for balance underneath.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Six wheel base with mid wheel turn, padded seat which raises up to shelving, reclines, tilts and leg raises. Two arm rests which push out of way and a head support shaped.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Black faux leather seat with folding backrest which has an elasticated pocket. Front wheel drive with two smaller wheels at back. Black and white frame. Cow horn control handle. Large folding height adjustable footplate. Flip up, height/width adjustable arm rests. Does also come in grey, larger captain seat with headrest and swing away controller. Seat can be lifted off base and it also swivels using a push lever.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: I have a powered wheelchair with a silver color finish. It is not something that you would take apart unless a part of it needed fixed. Therefore transportation must always require a ramp.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Black, rigid frame, fixed arm rests, high back rest, head rest that can fold to support the sides of the head, 5 speeds, fixed foot plates. Tilt in space. Reclinable back rest.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Mid-wheel driver, with headlights, rear lights and indicators. Contoured back cushion, Matrx Flo-Tech solution seat cushion with curved headrest. Cow horn joystick from Meru. Handle bars have been removed. My chair has electronic tilt and electronic elevating leg rests. The arm rests are removed using the screws.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: Small, rear wheel drive, indoor powerchair with metal frame (red or blue). Low back, black seat with width adjustable flip-up arm rests. Also comes with height adjustable footplate. Comes with a storage basket.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: The Puma 40 Pro is a top of the range, highly manoeuvrable and adjustable Powered Wheelchair, which can be use indoors and outdoors. The powered drive wheels can be at the rear (RWD Configuration) with castors in front, or at the Front (FWD Configuration) with castors behind. You can choose one of three different motors, which are 4mph 6.2mph or 10mph. The Puma comes with independent suspension and tracking on each wheel, creating a comfy ride. The seating is designed by Sedro, and all the components can easily be adjusted in width, height, length and angle.
There’s a whole range of seat pads and back cushions in every size and shape, to suit the users individual needs. The Puma has lights, as well as flashing indicators on the front and back. It also has the option of independent tilt, or a combined tilt and lift (raise). The joystick can be a Shark Two or RNET Control System, both of which allow you to add in a further powered actuator. For example, altering the angle of your back cushion or powered elevating leg rests. Although manual hydraulic elevating leg rests are also available. The paint work comes in two colours Dark Grey or White.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: My particular Ottobock B400 has a black-frame. It is a rear wheel drive, indoor/outdoor chair, 58cm wide, with desk arms, a kerb climber, an electrically moveable backrest and a seat that will tilt backwards 45 degrees. The footplates are removable, and there is a kickstrap to keep my feet from going backwards. I also have a pommel between my legs to stop one turning in, which was causing a pressure point where the side of my heel pressed on my shoe. I have a Matrx TR back shell to give lateral support, coupled with Vicair air-cushioning to give pressure relief on my bony back, and a Vicair Academy seat cushion to give pressure relief and cope with the asymmetry of my lower trunk. The chair was also modified with smaller anti-tipping wheels so that there was enough ground clearance for me to back up the little ramp onto my vehicle’s side lift, and additional rear tie-down positions that I could reach myself. (Only the crash-tested tie-downs are used if I’m seated in the chair during motion.) A luggage rack on the back allows oxygen cylinders to be fixed in such a way that I can reach the controls myself.
Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: It’s a mid-wheel drive powerchair with 2 large drive wheels and 4 smaller castor wheels, 2 at the front and 2 at the black. It has a black frame with black drive wheel accent colours. It has a medium height back rest that covers 2/3 of my back, push handles, a central footplate, headrest, flip up armrests and a black joystick/controller with various buttons and a small screen.