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    how easy is it to load one on your own.

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    How soon can I actually get one?

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    Absolutely stunning imo! I will have two of these. Thank you Jeff and Christian.
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    Here are the latest photos of the first full production Icon A1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomryan007 View Post
    how easy is it to load one on your own.
    Do you mean order or spec out or actually load as in load in a vehicle?

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    as in to a car

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomryan007 View Post
    as in to a car
    Ryan, there are a lot of variables at play when coming up with an answer for that. Everything from the type of car, one's amount of function, chair configuration, etc. will make a difference. I'm not discounting your question, but "easy" is somewhat subjective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomryan007 View Post
    how easy is it to load one on your own.
    I suppose this chair will be more heavy than normal rigid chair, isn't it ?
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    @sowseng: It's one of the lightest chairs on the market, under 21 pounds, with wheels.


    @randomryan007: Like Scott said, it's a bit of a tough question, but it will be at least as easy as any of the other premium chairs, maybe a bit easier.

    We designed in some shapes that are ergo-friendly - the plain round tubes that all the other manufacturers use are pretty hard to grab, whereas we have multiple spots on our frame that are shapes that work for structure, strength, and weight, but also are better shapes for grabbing.

    An example is the central seat post - it lets you pick the frame up using a grab-point that's close to the center mass of the frame, which is a mechanical advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteShick View Post
    Get those photos on your website!
    updated.

    www.iconwheelchairs.com

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    That is one ugly chair (IMHO).Wish you well tho.

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    @rolling01au:

    I just nearly coated my monitor with coffee....what a great start to the morning.

    We at Icon Wheelchairs also wish you well, kind sir.

    Thanks for the ├╝ber-honest comment - odd way to send your best wishes, but I guess this is the internet, after all.

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