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Category Archives: Wheelchair Reviews

Where you can find reviews for various wheelchair models. If you would like to write a review of your chair please contact me.

RGK Hi-Lite

Pros: Titanium (GR2 grade) Extremely light so easily liftable in and out of a vehicle Incredibly quick, responsive handling and extremely manoeuvrable Being very light, it takes very little effort to push, even up relatively steep gradients Bespoke sizing (mine … Continue reading

Tilite ZRA

The TiLite ZRa is a very good chair in my opinion.  First off, lets start with the name.  Each of the letters, ZRa mean something.  I’m not sure why the “a” is lower case, but anyway.  The “Z” means it … Continue reading

Tilite TRC

Type: rigid manual Material: titanium Add-ons: -side guards -Spinergy Spox wheels w/knobby tires -3-inch foam cushion This is a custom-made version of the TiLite TR, but besides the lack of adjustability, most of the features should be either identical or … Continue reading

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Bromakin Street Classic

Type: Rigid Manual Material: Aluminium I got my chair second hand, through ebay so I haven’t got the figures for weight etc, it will vary depending on your size of frame anyway. Mine is 16″ wide, 17″ deep with 24″ … Continue reading

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Sopur Starlight

The hard facts: Manufacture: Sunrisemedical Type: Rigid frame Wheels: Front: 5” tubeles back: 26X1” with tube with quick release and 3° taper Material: aluminium Weight: 11.5 Kg (25.3 lb) Adjustable footrest Soft facts: Well I can’t tell the difference to … Continue reading

Quickie TNT/No Limits Slam’r

About 3 years ago, I bought a used Quickie TNT (Originally known as the No Limits Slam’r, Sunrise Medical bought out No Limits then discontinued the chair) on Ebay. I loved mine dearly. The company had already quit producing them, … Continue reading

Quickie GPV

I got my GPV from a salesman here in NZ.  When I got it, it was an ex demo chair and was at least 10 years old.  I think this is a reflection on the quality of the chair and … Continue reading

Invacare Tracer EX2

I’m sure we’ve all had run-ins with this, wheelchair or one of a similar level. It is the standard for supermarkets in America. It is designed to fulfil most wheelchair purposes and fit most people, but more importantly meet the … Continue reading

Eclipse, by Colours/Permobil

The Eclipse is a decent all around rigid frame wheelchair. It is not the best chair, nor is it the worst. It is not the lightest chair, nor is it the heaviest. It has served me well for several years … Continue reading