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  • Q6 Edge® 2.0 Power Chair Reviews

    (Jun 21, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I got my q6 EDGE 2.0 4-11-2016, and straight away have problems. I get about 6 miles out of a full charge, it stalls and I have too turn off and on agin to continue after going over little bumps(1&1/2 inch. in sidewalk) the chair starts out fast but quickly loses speed. I weigh 225 lbs. I just cant wait for the next 5 years to go by!!! it sure looks good though,
  • Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Jun 18, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I got my Q-6 edge 2.0 in February. I have had it 4 months and it is the most uncomfortable chair I have ever had. This is my fourth power chair. When the salesman showed it to me he stood on the flip up armrests to show me that they can support your weight. I can't even do a pressure release without them tilting down. They can't support my weight. We tried lowering them and it made the problem even worse. The armrests are too short, my arms go numb when I have them on the armrests. My PT said that they could be causing neurological damage. The back is dense firm foam and has hard foam positioning blocks under the cover that poke me in the back. The chair reclines but it is so uncomfortable, I rarely use it. It has laterals that keep my legs in place. On my old chair , they pulled straight out. On this. they have a little button that you have to press to make them release. There are times when it doesn't want to release I too, should have known better. The salesman showed me the chair. He did not let me drive it. He teased me. I was impressed by what he was doing. I will never buy a chair again without driving it. Now I'm stuck with this chair for another 5 years. I'm thinking about getting my old chair out of the garage.
  • Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Jun 11, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I HATE MY Q--6 EDGE POWER WHEELCHAIR....I GOT IT 2 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH..IT SITS IN THE CORNER OF MY HOME...I USE MY 8 YEAR OLD TDXSP.....MY Q-6EDGE IS NOT MADE FOR A SPINAL CORD INJURY !!! I WANT SOOOOOOOOOOOO BAD 2 LOVE IT.....THE TERMINATOR ARMS ARE OPEN..THAT IS VERY NO GOOD..$23 K FOR THAT CHAIR...........IT'S A SHAME.....STILL HAS THE TIT TREADS ON TIRES...I HAVE BEEN INJURED 38 YEARS...YOU COULD OFFER ME 5 OF THESE BRAND NEW....WOULD NOT TAKE THEM...MORE ISSUES..I TYPE WITH 1 THUMB!!! I WISH SOMEONE FROM PRIDE WOULD CONTACT ME !!! SO DISAPOINTED!!! BOBBY.......I KNOW POWER WHEELCHAIRS BY THE WAY!!! IT HAS TILT....RECLINE...UP FEATURE....IF I COULD TYPE MORE I WOULD...MY 1 THUMB HURTS WITH THIS TYPING.......SO UN--HAPPY WITH THE Q--6--EDGE...I WANTED SO BAD 2 LOVE IT....
  • Q6 Edge® 2.0 Power Chair Reviews

    (May 29, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I got my chair in Dec 2015 after a month one of my motors went out my chair tech came out and called pride for help with the chair with in a week they had my chair up and running I really have not had any problems with it other then the distance it gets my fiancee has a permobile m300 we can travel the same distance and my chair will be out of power and her chair is still at full
  • Q6 Edge® 2.0 Power Chair Reviews

    (May 10, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I love my Quantum 6 Edge, it is a definite step up from the old hand-me-down Jet 7 I was using. However, I have had a few problems with it which all seem to relate to the joystick controller. I have no problem with hand or finger dexterity, and would love to have a smoother, flat joystick.

    Problems -- clothing hooking on the current joystick, launching me forward when I least expect it. I have fallen out of or have been slammed into obstacles because of this 4 times. The last incident slammed me into an open oven door, deeply cutting my leg. As a result of that last one I had an emergency room visit and 17 stitches.

    Two of my falls resulted in the chair literally running over my legs pinning me underneath. Those two falls left me with contusions and bruised pride. LOL A third fall gave me a knot on the head and a rather obvious black eye. However, in spite of injuries I am not a quitter, I would not give my chair up for anything.

    I am still grateful to have the chair because it means I can now safely reach the stove top to fix dinner, and the sink to wash dishes after fixing a meal. Who the heck really enjoys washing dishes anyway? I must be nuts!! BUT, I would be much SAFER if I only had a different joystick.

    I might note . . . . my son gave me a USB plug for mother's day which plugs into the chair's charger receptacle. Now I can plug my cell phone into my chair and there will be no more excuses for not having a charged phone with me when I am "motoring around".

    Please, Pride Mobility, do you have other alternatives for the joystick. I am so tired of having to explain to my primary care and my orthopedic surgeon why I am covered with bruises and now stitches. LOL
  • Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Apr 19, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I got my Q6 Rehab in February, and I can't use it because it won't drive. The legs move up and down, and so does the back, but it just sits there, unmovable. After 5 years bedridden, I was so looking forward to leave my room, and going outside :'(
    It has a full battery, it was working, and then it just stopped at the same time as the error code #231 appeared on the screen, but it turns out that error code has nothing to do with the chair not moving. It just lets the user know that they are using the controller that is not controlling the chair.
    So why did my chair stopped moving? And what can I do to fix it? Is this what is called "idle mode?" And if it is, how do I fix it?
    Can anyone help me? :'(
  • Quantum® 600 Power Chair Reviews

    (Apr 18, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I have had a Quantum 600 for just over 4 years now. The VA hospital gave it to me for a broken lower spine. I've gone through 11 sets of motors, 3 sets of drive tires and about 14 sets of front and rear castor wheels. The seat adjustment doesn't work, so the mobility company had to rig it. I had to have the back seat and sitting seat replaced as the stiching came loose. Its very fast as its been mocked up by the company. Have gone to a 25 mile range on full charge. The shocks are the worst as you feel every bump and thats not good with a fractured spine. The brakes do stop on a dime and if your not wearing a seat belt, you will come out of the chair which hurts my spine as it stops so fast. A roach fart is louder than the horn you get. The new ones They have at the Va now have led headlights, flashers front and back with turn signals and rear brakes. I tried to get them put on now, but the Va won't due it until i get a new chair again. Which means they keep fixing it until it can't be fixed no more, but they paid more with all the problems than it cost for the new models. I'm working on a bill with the help of a New Jersey Senator for Florida to also pass a mobility lemon law. I have Florida's Attorney general on my side to help with legislation. There has been not one positive remarks on any site or mobility dealer about the Quantum chairs. The VA has paid over 30 grand for the chair and over 50 on repairs. Every site i go to, you can buy the 5 inch front castor wheel for 29.00 or less, but the mobility company charges the VA 100.00, plus cost of service call and labor. The chair is hard to sit in more than a few hours. The VA complains about the sets of tires i go through. The key word is mobility!!!!!! Its worse when its down and you have to wait on the VA purchase order approval, then the wait to get it from Pride, then it can be a few more weeks before you get a appt. to come out to fix it. Pride knows their motors are crap and burn up, overheat, brushes burn up inside them all the time, but they don't fix it as they know the va will pay big money along with others on medicare. The chairs are supposed to be designed to your injuries and the chairs only make your injuries worse. We are not doing Pride a favor by getting stuck with junk chairs. The doctors write the orders and they base it on your conditions, but not one chair is good enough for most injuries, it only makes the conditions worse.
  • Q6 Edge® 2.0 Power Chair Reviews

    (Mar 19, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I have had my Q6 Edge for almost a month now. After getting everything adjusted to fit, it is a great power chair, however............contrary to the published specs, the wheelbase is about 6" longer than my Jazzy Select 6 chair, making it much less manuverable. I suspect this is because of the tilt/recline and iLevel options. I guess I'll just have to get used to the difference. The bigger problem is the height of the controller. I have the two post arms with the swing-away mount and have lowered the controller as much as possible. In order to fit under my desk, I still need to lower it another 4". I still work full time and this has a major impact on my ability to work productively. I have investigated other controller mounting options but haven't found one that will work. Any ideas/?
  • Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (Mar 6, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews Have had my quantum edge 2.0 I-level for 5 weeks. seems like a great chair except the wheels in front and rear tend to make the chair steer erratic when you back up and then go forward again. it also sometimes jerks back and forth when they hit door thresh holds. I have learned to jiggle the joystick from left to right when this happens to keep the chair moving straight forward.

    The big problem is that I need to lay at least at 45 degrees at all times, but after 3 weeks the tilt and I-level feature quit working. A couple days later the recline feature stopped working and the drive function failed while I was in the traffic lane of the parking lot headed into a business. I turned the control off then back on and regained drive but can not adjust the recline and seat features at all. I contacted the VA to fix this chair two weeks ago but so far have not heard anything from them. Just a little disappointed that I am probably stuck in the house again for months.

    one suggestion is there should be a setting for favorite position or two, so after unloading from the van I don't need to fool around with figuring out my most comfortable position. Hope this is helpful to you all thanks Rory
  • Q6 Edge® 2.0 Power Chair Reviews

    (Feb 29, 2016)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews Good
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