TiLite TRA Rigid Titanium Wheelchair Product Review
As the name suggests this is a rigid wheelchair built for comfort and performance. A combination of adjustability and its dual tube frame presents a wheelchair that you will find perfect for your mobility needs.
The chair’s frame is curved out of titanium; titanium is one of the strongest metals that exist on the face of the earth, breaking or bending of this frame is therefore completely out of question. The guarantee of rigidity makes it one of your first choices of wheelchairs to settle for when considering buying a performer.
The TiLite is built for speed and accuracy. Precision has been given priority in the design of this wheelchair. This has been enhanced by the speed loader caster that enables you to adjust the load angle accurately yet fast enough.
The TiLite TRA Rigid Titanium Wheelchair has the following features:
- Adjustable Rigid Chair
- Vertical and Horizontal center of gravity adjustment
- Adjustable camber tube with a standard clamp
- Forks, Frog leg suspensions also available
- Standard front frame angles, 70, 80 and 85 degrees
- Rear wheels 22, 24, 25, 26, 27 inch spoke wheels
- Adjustable caster angles, rear seat height, back rest, foot rest and camber tube heights.
- Seat depths and widths are available in one inch increments from 12 to 20 inches.
- Velcro upholstery adjustable and padded nylon sail clothe
- Tension strap with adjustable upholstery is optional
- Combines wheel locks of Uni-lock or under seat scissors lock
- Rear wheel camber
- Chair weight of less than 15 pound with wheels
The Pros and Cons of the Chair
- The wheelchair armrests are very easy to adjust.
- A very comfortable chair off road and on road, when you get to know how to lift the front wheels you can move smoothly on soft ground.
- Rugged and well built for durability and strength.
- Excellent on rough terrains with the frog front wheels feature.
- A great light weight frame that is strong and durable.
- Easy to control and propel, if property set it turns out on a dime with 9 degrees of camber.
- It can be easily folded and fits in a car trunk perfectly.
- It can be tippy on sidewalks when being pushed.
- The push pull brakes need constant tightening
It is clear that the pros of the TRA outweigh the cons. The push and pull brakes that require constant tightening can be easily tightened even with bare hands since they come with a protective rubber. The tippy feel on being pushed is caused but the weight that tends to be focused to the front., but with practice you won’t need someone to push you since you will be able to lift the front wheels comfortably and enjoy a smooth ride.
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