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  • Rachel Ste...

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Jan 1, 2015)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews First of all, I have been a wheelchair user for close to 30 years, so I've owned a lot of wheelchairs. I can honestly say that this is the worst wheelchair I've had. It cuts out/loses power very often, with "warning. Service may be needed" or a "idle mode" display. I was told by my DME provider that if there is a slight kink in any of the wires (in the back of the chair, used for the tilt/recline system, joystick, etc.), this problem will occur. I've had the wires replaced several times, re-tied, adjusted, etc. - this problem has never gone away. I'm currently sitting with a broken down chair because of this very problem. Completely unreliable and unacceptable!!!! Steer clear, folks. I'm anxiously awaiting the time to come for me to get a new chair, and trust me, it won't be a quantum.
  • Brick Zahner

    Rival™ Power Chair Reviews

    (Dec 30, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I have been using power wheelchairs for thirty years and this chair is by far the best that I'v had.
  • Marcia Hirst

    Q6 Edge® HD Power Chair Reviews

    (Dec 21, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I've had my Q6 edge for 3 days now, I'm still learning but in general I like the chair. my previous chair is a Jazzy 1170 that I have had since 2001, I love it and it is still running but it is getting tired. it has served me well and I hope this new chair does as well. there are a couple things that I don't like, for instance my 1170 has anti tip wheels on the front, the ride was solid and I felt secure. However the anti tip wheels do not pivott and wear out in about a years time, they are expensive, I was excited to see that the front casters on the Q6 actually pivot but I am greatly dissapointed that they do not prevent forward tipping. it is a very unpleasant feeling when I encounter a cut out on a sidewalk and the chair tips forward. in switching from the 1170 I lost a substantial amount of speed and when the footrest is in the down position it drags on the front casters but otherwise I like the chair. Since I have only had it a short time I can not testify to it's durability but I hope it will compare to my Jazzy given both chairs are from Pride Mobility. I like the joystick display but wish there was a meeter for the battery. I'm not crazy about the fact that every time I adjust anything the speed setting changes to the lowest possible, or the placement of the speed control knob. it is too easy to bump and a sudden unexpected speed change canbe very dangerous. I really like the Tilt and recline features as well as the center mounted power leg elevators. the turning radious is amazing, it litterally turns in pace which really is helpfl in my very small house. I like the off board charger, I couldn't reach the onboard charger on my Jazzy and had to find someone else to plug it in for me every night. the off board charger is right up front where I can easily reach it so I can be independant. Te drive wheels being smaller may affect my ability to travel through loose gravel, uneven surfaces or wet grass, but I have not had the opportunity to test this aspect yet. The provider told me the chair will not handle hills steeper than an ADA compliant ramp, this might be a problem because the area I live in has many hills. I did have difficulty going p the ramp into my van, I am hopefull this is only because the tires were wet and could not get a good grip. over all I like the chair, except for the forward tipping the quirks are minor and in a few days I will learn to adjust my habbits to accomodate them. my opinion may change after I've had the chair awhile but at this point I am happy
  • Cynthia Re...

    Quantum® 6000Z HD Power Chair Reviews

    (Dec 18, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I have had mine since 2008, + the only thing I can say about it is I have had to change batteries several times, because they keep having issues, otherwise I am happy with mine. I would like to see a better looking chair, but considering that this is a chair used by the obese, it does have to be strong to hold a lot of weight. I would li8ke to see more color on these chairs. Black just isn't my color. What I could get red, I got red, but there are other things I would have liked to see4 in colors like the seating, arm rests, etc. This was my 1st power chair due to osteoarthritis in my knees.
  • Rickb .

    Q6 Edge® HD Power Chair Reviews

    (Dec 10, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I got this chair on, Dec 12, 2014. I've Been in a chair 14 years, so this isn't my first rodeo. This chair was issued to me by the VA, because my Pronto M91 HD was 7 years old. Mind you nothing wrong with it, and the motor and seat were replaced in 2013. Anyway compared to the M91 this chair leaves a lot to be desired. It is not as wide as the M91, and the braking system isn't the greatest. The foot rest also sticks out too much and I seem to hit the wall of elevators a lot because of this. This came with a coffee cup holder, that was broken off when the vender hit the door frame as he was riding it out to the parking lot. He did replace it, but I took it off anyway because the design is poor, and because these cup holders always break to easy. I replaced it with a cheep universal , but reliable plastic holder that extends to the front of the armrest, so no chance of ever breaking it off. I ordered a green base, but even in bright light the color appears black. The design of the head rest isn't the greatest, makes more sense to have it attached into a slot in the chair than exposed as it is. Also the added cane holder prevents me from using a back pack so I had to have it removed. Because I am retired Army, I was given a US Army patch for the back of the chair, but it attaches with stick on Velcro and with Texas heat would not last a summer. The chair is so much slower than my M91. I also don't like the off board battery charger, its just one more item to keep up with and another item to tote when I go on vacation. In fact, this is the only reason the chair is lighter than my M91. I also don't care for the joystick control, it is not a sensitive as the M91 nor does it stop on a dime like the M91. I really don't care for this chair. I have asked the VA to take it back and give me a different chair, but because I waited past 30 days they say I am stuck with it. I am back in my old chair, and after the Q6 sits for 6 months, will sell it to the highest bidder. Keep in mind the VA buys the cheapest thing they can find, they aren't all that concerned about quality, because they have too many vets to support. This chair may be the greatest chair for someone else, but it was not purchased to meets my needs but because as I said it was the cheapest chair the VA could find at the time. I am back in my M91. This review is a total rewrite from the original review, and was done on 22 Jan 2015. I rewrote the review based on actual use over 1 1/2 months, as opposed to writing the original the day it was issued. I would never have purchased this chair out of pocket. It reminds me too much of the low quality Pride chairs, and Rascal products. If anyone really likes this chair I suspect it is because they have nothing to compare it with.
  • Sig Petri

    Quantum® 6000Z Power Chair Reviews

    (Nov 23, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews This is my second Quantum 6000 in the last 6 years. I'm hard on my chairs in terms of driving them at top speed for as long as the battery lasts. I try to drive on smooth surfaces as much as possible but bumpy sidewalks are hard to avoid so the chair gets quite a pounding for 20% of my trips. The first chair (Q6000) went 3,500km (2,100 miles) in 5 years. The main problem was that the motors kept overheating after about 3 hours of 6mph top speed running. The caster bearings had to be replaced once and the seating tilt system was a bit loose at the end. The new 6000z is only 7 months old and I just went over 1,400km (870 miles). The new motors do not overheat. The Rim head controller joystick has completely failed on 2 occasions which resulted in a runaway chair. Very scary! This is the reason Durability only scored 4 stars. This is now fixed thankfully. The rear casters are starting to squeak but I'm going to wait to have this sorted in the spring. Overall the Q6000z is an amazing robust chair.
  • SHARI SCHA...

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Nov 21, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews The casters need a major redesign and better quality materials. In my opinion this power chair is best suited to someone who is 100% confined to an indoor ONLY facility. My chair has already had to have the front casters and arms replaced and no sooner that was accomplished, I now have to have the rear casters etc., replaced. I know what the problem is and how the design team could effectively correct the issue. I NEED mobility - NOT cabin fever!
  • Mike Willis

    Q6 Edge® HD Power Chair Reviews

    (Nov 14, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I got my Q6 Edge this past June 2014 (it has 62 miles on the odometer). I still owe my provider $1,300 for it. I wish it was Pride Mobility that I owed and not the provider or else Pride Mobility would not get the balance due. The coating on the foot rests is coming loose (eyesore for a $30,000 wheelchair), impossible to drive/steer in a straight line, the rubber padding on my left armrest is coming apart, the armrest have too many “moving parts”…(too many bolts to have to be maintained. My transfers are lateral and the flimsy armrests do not give me any mental confidence during the transfer (I’m waIting any day now for the armrests to break off and take me with them), the outsides of the armrest have a built in groove for attaching items like a cup holder, but on several occasions during a transfer, my finger has gotten caught in this groove and was VERY painful. Both armrests have become very loose due to my flipping them up and down during transfers. I nor my wife can just tighten a bolt. These particular bolts are troublesome to get to.) The controller (where joystick is) is not designed well….the speed control is on the right side so if you are moving along and bump into something, chances are your speed got adjusted to high and I’m crashing int\o a a wall. The same safety concern applies to the opposite side where the on/off switch is located. Many times during transfers, my leg will hit the on switch and my chair goes wherever. I have a thigh guard on each side of my seat. Both covers of the guards have already worn out with holes (I expect better quality from a $34,000 wheelchair). Overall…I’m not at all satisfied.
  • MATTHEW AD...

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Oct 26, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews My son's power chair is 13 months old and one of his motors has gone out already. The covering on the foot plates are peeling off, the coverings on the whole chair are coming off. Had to replace the controller after vacation in the Keys because the glue melted off the face plate and the controller stopped working. It did not sit in direct sunlight. It is not covered under warranty.
  • David Wills

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Oct 22, 2014)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I have had my Q6 now for a year. I like it & I don't like it. I started off in a tdx-sp and that one was a good chair had its problems with claiming. The q6 can climb up and over things better. My problem is I have had my motors changed because one went out. Now there are bolts braking and one of the shocks are broke. Having problems getting the service done on the chair. I don't like the way the joystick can be adjusted the tdx es was much nicer. All in all its a good chair just to mine problems with in the first year. Until I know they get the chair right I will not tell any one to get one. I've been waiting three months now for a rear shock thru my provider I am fixing my shock every other week and it is getting old. Now for the broken bolt in my front shock it seams that they don't keep them on hand and I was with out my chair for one week. So I went to one of the stores here in town and got a bolt that will work for now so I can get out of the house and go to appointments and stuff. Not real happy with my provider.
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