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Thread: Panthera X - LIGHTEST WHEELCHAIR! 4.6 pounds!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by totoL1 View Post
    It`s interesting how they adjust the backrest angle, i can`t undertand why nobody think in this easy method before.
    I think that's basically how Lasher does it as well.

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    Yeah thats how lasher does it too, but there is no locking mechanism to keep the back rest in place.




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    It stays in place without a locking mechanism. Gravity never fails.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hype62 View Post
    Yeah thats how lasher does it too, but there is no locking mechanism to keep the back rest in place.




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    What are the front and rear STF measurments? There is no option on the order form to configure this. Or front frame angle, for that matter.

    I don't like the way the back post canes are exposed/unpadded. I had this situation on one of my New Halls Wheels chairs (before putting a solid back on it) and the canes/posts dug very uncomfortably into my back.

    Still, this chair has me very interested. The weight savings could extend the lifespan of many shoulders, elbows and wrists. My 22.5 lb. ZRc is like a Sherman tank in comparison.

    Where is its price listed?
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    Don’t think it is price listed yet, not here anyhow, but talked to a salesperson earlier and said something new was on the bedding. I know only this.

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    The chair has velcro all over, under the seat, behind the back. You have to tighten it every week especially the back.

    I have said enough. Everybody understands I don't like the chair ;o)
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    Quote Originally Posted by woman from Europe View Post
    The chair has velcro all over, under the seat, behind the back. You have to tighten it every week especially the back.

    I have said enough. Everybody understands I don't like the chair ;o)
    What do you mean, the chair is not yet on the marked in Oslo. Stop blaming a brand without knowing the product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woman from Europe View Post
    The chair has velcro all over, under the seat, behind the back. You have to tighten it every week especially the back.

    I have said enough. Everybody understands I don't like the chair ;o)

    I would put a Roho/ADI JetStream back on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif View Post
    What do you mean, the chair is not yet on the marked in Oslo. Stop blaming a brand without knowing the product.
    Tore has it himself. He was here winter/spring and I saw and tried his. And he said it was the new one who was not on the market in Norway yet. Do you think I have any interest in another chair and want to earn money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by woman from Europe View Post
    Tore has it himself. He was here winter/spring and I saw and tried his. And he said it was the new one who was not on the market in Norway yet. Do you think I have any interest in another chair and want to earn money?

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