The Air Hawk power wheelchair review that I have been promising for months!
I didn’t intend on taking so long to review my portable power wheelchair, but I am glad I did. Six months gave me ample time to really put this mobility aid to the test!
Short outings and all-day adventures! I have used it while shopping indoors, at Disneyland, and even on a beach vacation!
I have a better understanding of some amazing features, like easily converting it into an attendant-controlled electric wheelchair! Find out which accessories I loved and which had to be replaced in this episode of The Disabled Diva Talks Podcast.
As a reminder, this podcast is an informal chat with me, Cynthia, aka The Disabled Diva. It is unscripted and unedited. It is just me chatting with you about living with chronic illness.
Listen to my folding power wheelchair review.
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Show Notes and Links
Pros and Cons
- Ability to make tight turns
- Battery Life
- Takes up less space in my vehicle’s trunk than my manual wheelchair
- Folds easily
- This folding power wheelchair provides a smoother ride than my manual wheelchair
- Doesn’t always give enough warning when the battery needs to be charged.
- Some of the accessories were made with low-quality material and needed to be replaced.
- Has issues with sideways slanted pavement
Power Wheelchair Retailers
I purchased my Air Hawk power wheelchair from Discover My Mobility. Because I had some questions, my purchase was made over the phone rather than online. The only hiccup has been the backorder of the attendant control bracket.
A few options from Amazon
Power Wheelchair Accessories I Have Replaced And Added
- Armrest cupholder
- Phone holder
- Memory foam seat cushion with a gel inlay
- Undercarriage basket
- Behind seat storage bag
- Cupholders and storage caddy behind the seat
- Velcro cupholders on frame
- Velcro clips and hooks
Photos of My Air Hawk Power Wheelchair
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