Quickie Argon 2 Manual Wheelchair

Wheelchair Name: 
Quickie Argon 2

Tell us what your wheelchair looks like: 
Solid metallic purple frame, folding handles, tilt bar and footplate. Low-ish back rest (lowered it myself) & I have different wheels. Including, the standard ones which came with the chair, some "off road" wheels with chunky tyres that I rarely use, and my loop wheels, which I treated myself to (after much debating with myself), in January 2018, and they are fabulous!

How did you get this wheelchair:
From Wheelchair Services

Where did you get this wheelchair: 

What would you rate this wheelchair: 


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This wheelchair is really comfortable?

This wheelchair is easy to take apart?

This wheelchair is easy to transport?

This wheelchair is easy to use on public transport?

This wheelchair is great off road?

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

This wheelchair can easily be adapted?

Can you hang bags and equipment onto the wheelchair?

Do you have problems with the wheelchair tipping?


Personal Opinion:

Having only been a full-time wheelchair user since May 2017 I'm not really an expert, but my back becomes very painful after only sitting in the chair a couple of hours. I'm not sure if it's because I'm not used to sitting in the chair, or if it's the wheelchair itself, but I suspect the latter. I'd love to be able to have a bag/shopping on the chair, so I can carry things easier at work, go shopping alone and generally be more independent. But a metal bar across the back of the chair makes fitting a bag difficult

Reviewer: MJ
Disability or Medical Condition: Cerebral Palsy and Spinal Damage After Surgery

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