|Me, Anita 1967.|
More Wee Ones
|Me, Anita 1967.|
Old Faithful definitely in need of new seating,
but motors and controls work great after all these years.
|Illustration of me, by me :o), Anita Harris Berglund|
There're always dear little friends
who lend a hand!
|To watch the video, click the image down below...|
Tilting/Power seating chairs, mean great
comfort and even naps with a friend!
This is my new joystick - see how much the screen
and switches protrude
out in front of the actually driving knob."
|My old joystick- note the "knob" is close |
to the front, no obstructions.
:o) My very first four -wheeled
|My first manual wheelchair|
|My second Manual Wheelchair|
|Love my dear Grandpa and here is |
Power chair number 2
|My third power chair- no tilt seating. I Love Randi and I love the colour of that old chair.|
|Sorry for the fashion offence. |
I was in transition. This was fitting #1
|Testing the first back. A great concept but not for me.|
|Detail pics of my new chair!|
|You can see at about 12 o'clock where the broken spoke is. The head is missing. This is from a while ago. But it keeps happening, we will find out when are dealer replaces the latest broken spokes. Thankfully the technician has been marking inside the wheel where the spokes are being replaced. Pretty sure he will confirm that the same spokes keep breaking or at least in the same vicinity. This means there is an actual reason not just general wear and tear. Again, since it has been happening since day one and all three sets of wheels, there's no way this is because of General wear and tear.|
These where demonstrator wheels that Craig borrowed during the third set of wheels Tapping and having the same problems within a week or so. Noticing a difference in the Quality of the spokes and how they were sitting in and tight. We took a lot of pictures because for some reason, the spoke installation looked a lot neater. You can see it when you look around the hub and compare the photos about with these ones. If you're interested that is.
They also looked stronger and we're not intersecting in vending the same way because all of the other wheels. At the time we foolishly thought that they had taken the conclusions drawn from the problems he was having and fixed the wheels. We actually thought he was going to get to keep the new and improved model. That was when they returned set number two back. Same spokes, same problems. Sigh!
|These are the wheels that came with his new quickie wheelchair. The spokes do not press against each other. Unfortunately these wheels don't have motors, so as Nice as they look-they're in a closet for emergency backup.|
They really are great wheels when
we don't have to worry about broken spokes.