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    Standing wheelchairs

    Anyone tried this?

    Would be good for sores...

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    You mean this one?

    I'll post more in a few days.

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    yup, any good?

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    Senior Member zillazangel's Avatar
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    My husband has a permobil C500 standing wheelchair and its been great.

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    I had a manual Levo. Did not like it. Too clunky and too many moving parts.
    T6 complete (or so I think), SCI since September 21, 2003

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    I have a lifestand Helium manual standing chair and I absolutely love it. I use this chair every single day and it functions really well and it is quite light for what it does. It also looks very stylish and is very easy to go to the standing position. I would say the only thing that ever slows me down is the tone I get when moving in to the standing position. If it wasn't for that it takes 5 seconds tops.

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    I have a power standing Levo combi since 6 years. It is good for infrequent use.
    Not good for EZ lock (need to raise and go over it).
    I am frustrated now because the parts are "very expensive".
    They charge for the chair like a car , and do not give enough warranty.
    All the more, they charge unreasonable prices for parts and you have no choice to
    keep spending on it...untill u are tired an put the chair in the closet.

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    Standing wheelchair

    I use a Superstand Standing Wheelchair the model is HPS-2. It is made by the Standing Wheelchair Co in Michigan. It is the only chair for me and I have a C5 level injury. it is the best standing wheelchair on the market.

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