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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by maestro View Post
    congrats - great job. best wheelchair website out there (and I have made one myself ;-)
    thanks... want yours redone?

    Quote Originally Posted by beecee View Post
    cool chair except ...

    ...BUTTCRACK...
    huh?

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    anyone following me in that chair is gonna see WAY more than they want to

    i can't be the only quad whose pants stop coming along after two transfers

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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by beecee View Post
    anyone following me in that chair is gonna see WAY more than they want to

    i can't be the only quad whose pants stop coming along after two transfers
    lol, im w/ u there.

    very cool chair but after seeing u in it, prob not best for me..

    great job on the site...........how is the repping going, any sales/interest
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  5. #15
    Very cool chair. I think they are on to something great. I really like them going after mountain bike technology and universal parts. How's your ankles in the chair? It looks like they're resting against the metal.

    Good luck and I hope the chair is a huge success.

  6. #16
    I would be interested in seeing Marvel eventually offering a less adjustable version of the chair. The removeable front caster assembly is a great feature, but I don't see myself having a need for a chair that's width adjustable. The chair's got a lot of moving parts and hardware and coming from a Hall's chair, where all the parts are welded, and now a ZR, I've acquired a preference for seeing fewer screws and bolts, etc.

    But there's no denying that the Marvel has a cool factor going for it and is probably a harbinger of new designs that will sprout up in the coming years attempting to copy aspects of it. A less busy version -- that is, one that's not SO adjustable -- would appeal even more to me.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    how is the repping going, any sales/interest
    decent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Extrmmxer View Post
    How's your ankles in the chair? It looks like they're resting against the metal.
    no problems here, but admittedly I have sensation & move around a good bit. dunno if it might be problematic for others. I doubt it, but can't say with certainty.

    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212 View Post
    I would be interested in seeing Marvel eventually offering a less adjustable version of the chair. The removeable front caster assembly is a great feature, but I don't see myself having a need for a chair that's width adjustable. The chair's got a lot of moving parts and hardware and coming from a Hall's chair, where all the parts are welded, and now a ZR, I've acquired a preference for seeing fewer screws and bolts, etc.
    you're not the first to request that. I did a demo w/ a few wc bball players who were all about minimalism. that said, the adjustability of the seat is based on the sideguards; the hardware is pretty minimal as-is.

    check out the photos here: http://www.marvelpro.com/2009/06/26/...to-be-playing/

    I know that as of right now a non-adjustable version is not in the pipeline.

  8. #18
    Hi Scott, the first time i saw that chair i thought that it`s ok, but i will not buy it never, but now every time a look it i like it more and more.

    And now when i saw the pics of weight, more i look it more i like it.

    I can`t go in to the price list, because i need a password.
    How much is that chair?
    Last edited by totoL1; 06-27-2009 at 10:21 AM.

  9. #19
    the price page isn't finished yet (it'll outline the price list in detail), but yeah, that's always going to require a password. i was requested to remove pricing details (used to be on the home page) by the company, as marvel really wants people to *see* the chair before shrugging it off b/c of numbers, as it is on the higher end of the market.

    pricing will vary between dealers, but roughly speaking, currently MSRP is just under $6k. Most dealers should be able to offer it for closer to $5.5k, or if wheels are excluded, under $5k. those numbers are in USD.

  10. #20
    They are a bit dear, and what about the camber, all pics i saw are with 0º camber, can i get 2º?

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