Invacare TDX SP2 NB Powered Wheelchair

Wheelchair Name: 
Invacare TDX SP2 NB

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.

How did you get this wheelchair: 

Where did you get this wheelchair: 
Mobility at Home

What would you rate this wheelchair: 


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This wheelchair is really comfortable?
Strongly Agree

This wheelchair is easy to take apart?
Strongly Disagree

This wheelchair is easy to transport?
Strongly Disagree

This wheelchair is easy to use on public transport?
Strongly Agree

This wheelchair is great off road?

This wheelchair can go up or down a kerb/small step?
Strongly Agree

This wheelchair can easily be adapted?

Can you hang bags and equipment onto the wheelchair?

Do you have problems with the wheelchair tipping?
Only when loaded with too much baggage.

How long does the battery last?
Around 18 miles.

Personal Opinion:

I find this chair to be a great chair for outdoor use, it is also easy to get around indoors as it is mid-wheel drive, and the centre mounted leg rests give it a smaller turning circle. If you have unlimited financial resources, you can also adapt this chair pretty much anyway you want to adapt it. This chair has improved my quality of life as it has reduced my pain and allows me to recline if needed. I don't have all the adaptions on it I need as they were very expensive but it still is a great chair. Positives of this chair: * Comes with many adaptable features * Crash tested so can go in car * 6mph * Decent suspension * Having 6 wheels means it is less likely to tip forward or backwards Negatives of this chair: * Expensive * Parts take ages to order * Needs a wheelchair accessible van to transport it or at very least a large car, with a large boot and a heavy duty hoist * It isn't made for taller people, so leg rests are a bit short so when elevated, if you have long legs, you won't be able to straighten them * Due to narrow base it can only have the smaller batteries I give it a 4* rating mostly due to the price, the price makes it difficult for many people to be able to afford it. As even basic adaptions can set you back around £100, with bigger adaptions going into the thousands.

Reviewer: Sarah
Disability or Medical Condition: Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

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