Over the years, the articles I’ve published about different types of wheelchairs have been among the most widely read. It seems we have a large audience searching for wheelchairs, and wisely, doing their research at Crutchesguide.com before they invest.
Here are wheelchair product reviews you can’t afford to miss. I’ve also included motorized scooters in our list as well.
1. Regain Your Independence With the KD Smart Chair Electric Wheelchair
The KD Smart Chair, made by KD Healthcare, is an electric powered wheelchair designed to be as convenient to use and travel with as a foldable manual wheelchair.
Most motorized chairs or scooters do not fold up quickly, even though most can be disassembled. The KD Smart Chair combines a lightweight yet durable frame made of aluminum, with the battery-powered muscle for those who find a manually propelled wheelchair beyond their limits.
The chair, unlike many motorized chairs, actually folds in seconds, much like a baby stroller. I hope you’ll pardon the comparison to a baby stroller, but the folding design truly resembles the easy mechanism long-employed in strollers.
Read on to find out more about the capabilities and features of the KD Smart Chair.
2. 13 Scooters Ready To Take You Off-Road To Enjoy Nature This Fall
The three- and four-wheel scooters in this list are designed with the outdoors in mind. Like to go off road? Enjoy the park? A hike in the woods?
Then start with this list. Beefed up tires, engines built for power, and accessories to store your things on the go. These scooters prove that you don’t have to limit yourself to paved sidewalks and shopping mall tile floors. More »
3. Scooter Accessories For Fall Travel
If you decide you want to shop for a scooter that’s built to enjoy much of the great outdoors, then check out this review of the accessories made for an even more comfortable, safe, and convenient journey.
4. Enjoy The Great Outdoors This Fall With These Wheelchair Accessories!
Yes, even wheelchairs have accessories you can buy too. There are a variety of baskets and bins, pouches, cup holders, weather coverings, portable tire inflators, and gloves to protect your hands.
5. Your Transport Wheelchair Buying Guide
The transport wheelchair is a smaller scale, a lightweight, foldable chair designed to make travel easier. So often, traveling means tight spaces; think of airports and on the airplane itself, or traveling by bus, van, or train too.
Here are some key points to keep in mind if you decide to buy a transport wheelchair.
6. Quickie XTender Power Assist – Does It Improve Mobility?
The Quickie XTender Power Assist is a genius device for adding power to your manual wheelchair. You may not be ready to buy a powered wheelchair yet. The Quickie Xtender can be retrofit to your chair, giving you some additional power in your manual propulsion of the chair.
It’s a great idea, and worth considering.
7. Pediatric Wheelchair Choices
Even within the category of “pediatric wheelchairs,” there are many choices. Read this article to get a high-level review of the different types, and dig in deeper with the features and benefits of each.
8. 12 Types of Wheelchairs
Here are twelve of the most common types of wheelchairs available. Learn the pros and cons in a quick review format, so that you can take the next step and become an informed consumer.
9. Go-Chair Travel Power Wheelchair
The Go-Chair Power Chair is not quite a scooter because it doesn’t have handlebars out in front of the chair, but it does have a motor and a platform base like a scooter. An interesting mix-concept chair, and maybe the one that fits your needs the best.
10. Video Demonstrations of Power Wheelchairs and Equipment
Finally, this article will take you to actual video demonstrations of power chairs that have been refurbished to perform like new. It may be a great option to get what you want while saving some money on the cost.