Romo Medical or Shoprider (Reno 2)
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.
Where did you get this wheelchair:
Mobility Scooter Plus
This wheelchair is really comfortable?
This wheelchair is easy to take apart?
This wheelchair is easy to transport?
This wheelchair is great off road?
How long does the battery last?
12.5 miles or a couple days when used in my house.
What would you rate this wheelchair:
I've had my chair over 2 years now, but it still works perfectly and hasn’t needed any repairs so far. It is quite battered, but that is because I use it so much around the house. Although I removed the armrests, as I find it easier to get in and out of chair without them. I also removed basket and footplate, as they kept getting dirty and I didn't like it. Plus the footplate was causing me to trap my leg as it sticks out somewhat. I don't recommend this chair for full time users as it doesn’t have a super comfy seat, so it can start to become painful. Also I would not recommended it for outdoor use, as it doesn’t cope well. But this chair is great if you are looking for a small powerchair to use indoors. It is ideal for people living in a house that isn’t classed as accessible, as it has a small turning circle and a narrow frame. It does come with an attachment at the back, which means you could attach a holder for your crutch or possibly oxygen. It also has an option of a larger seat for those who need it.
Disability or Medical Condition: Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
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