An electric wheelchair is a building block to independence for the elderly and disabled. You are able to do more on your own than ever imagined. From running to the grocery store to getting the mail, the electric wheelchair has your back, quite literally.
Finding the right powered wheelchair can be difficult. I took the agonizing pain out of it for you. Browse through my top 5 picks and find the right chair for you!
My Top 5 Picks
|#1 Compass Sport||#2 Alante Sport||#3 Jazzy HD|
|Weight Capacity||300 lb||300 lb||450 lb|
|Seat Type||Captain's Seat||Captain's Seat||Captain's Seata|
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With 6 wheels to keep you stabilized and grounded at all times, the Compass Sport far surpasses all other electric wheelchairs in the market. The Compass Sport has an impressive dose of technology solving many issues you may run into with other electric wheelchairs. Let’s cruise through what I like and don’t like about this chair so you can see why I’m so excited about this model!
- Dynamic Linx Controller
- Adjusts the chair to all terrain and obstacles for you
- 19.5″ Turning Radius
- Squeeze into tight places and turn around easily
- Center Wheel Drive
- Makes for easier maneuverability
- 6 Wheels
- Keep stabilized no matter what the terrain
- Fold-Flat Seat
- Making traveling more convenient
- Incredible Warranty
- Customer service is out of this world
- High back captain’s chair in multiple sizes available
- Sporty design with luxurious feel
- 15 Mile Battery Charge
Dynamic Linx Controller
The Compass Sport has thought of almost everything. The new Dynamic Linx Controller is beyond comparison. It knows the terrain and adjusts to it so you don’t have to. The Compass also gives you a more natural approach to operating an electric wheelchair.
19.5″ Turning Radius and Center Wheel Drive
It’s easy to maneuver wherever you might be. You don’t have to avoid social situations because it’s in tight quarters. You can get around just like everyone else with the 19.5″ turning radius and center wheel drive capability.
If four wheels are more stable than two, than six is a bonus! The Compass Sport has six wheels that allow you to go up and down inclines and uneven ground without tipping and swerving all over the place. Go on that family picnic and keep up with everyone else without breaking a sweat.
The high back captain chair is such a major positive with this chair. A lot of electric wheelchairs have a mid-back or maybe a little higher seat level. Having a captain’s chair provides so much more support. It also has a headrest making it easy to relax when you stop. Heck, you couldn’t even catch a quick cat nap! There are also four different sizes to choose from so you get the best fit for your body type.
15 Mile Battery Charge
On top of all that good stuff, the Compass Sport has a 15 mile battery charge. That’s towards the top of battery lifespans in the electric wheelchair field. That’s a full day of traveling and bee bopping around for you without having to worry you are going to run out of juice.
There isn’t a perfect machine out there yet for travel. If there was, I wouldn’t have a top 5 pick. It would just be one and everyone would agree on it 100%. Since we don’t live in that kind of world, there are a few complaints I have on this chair.
- 24″ wide is not HUGE but it is big
- 39″ length isn’t terrible, but it’s not a tiny scooter either
- Foot Rest
- Hard and unyielding on bumpy terrain
- Arm Rests
- Short for larger people, very light padding
- Initial Shipment
- Damaged wheelchairs
Width and Length
Let’s walk through my complaints so you can get a better idea why I’m whining. The Compass Sport’s size is big. There is no getting around that. However, it is fairly sleek for an electric wheelchair. Also, if you are a larger person, this is going to make you happy!
The foot rest is a problem. If you are older or frail this could be a deal breaker. It isn’t padded. Why is this important? Think about the terrain you are going to be going over. If there is a bumpy patch your feet are going to get jolted against a rock hard surface.
The arm rests are padded and they are about average length. However, there have been complaints by customers that they are still too short and under padded. I can see why that would be troublesome if you are taller and thus have longer limbs. I also think that the padding could be increased.
This one is a douse. There have been multiple complaints that their first shipment entailed a damaged chair. That is not a good start to your new independence. However, I will say that the customer service is so superb that it overrules this complaint. They will send you another one and quickly. My hope is that this problem is solved and I can take this complaint off the list SOON.
I still stand by choosing the Compass Sport as my #1 pick for electric wheelchairs. It has style, comfort, technology, and efficiency. Above all else, it is absolutely wonderful to use in almost any situation. You can take that cruise, go get your mail, get your groceries, and make it to that family picnic. The only thing that’s stopping you is you!
Another brilliant device from Golden Technologies. The Alante Sport is a roadworthy electric wheel chair that will have you feeling comfortable and satisfied. While it doesn’t have every bell and whistle of the Compass Sport, it’s a close second.
- 5 Year Warranty
- Unparalleled warranty and customer service
- Captain’s Seat
- Comfort and support through and through
- 25″ Turning Radius
- Easy to use at home
- 16.5 Mile Range
- No more limits on where you can go
- 3.5 mph
- Cruise along at a fast, but safe, speed
- Front Wheel Drive
- Good for areas with cold weather (snow)
- 300 lb Capacity
- Fits all body types
The Alante Sport really knocks it out of the park. You get class, comfort, and efficiency all rolled into one unique chair. Something I find really appealing about this chair is the amount of adjustments you can make to make it truly tailored to you. Arm rests, foot rests, head rests, back support, controls, and more are adjustable. That’s a great way to stay comfortable and just enjoy yourself.
5 Year Warranty
The 5 year warranty is just plain incredible. In today’s day and age, it’s hard to find something like that anymore. Machines and appliances aren’t built to last. They are built to last a few years so you have to buy another one and keep increasing profits for the company. It’s safe to say that Golden Technologies stand behind their machines with that kind of warranty.
Something I find really appealing about this chair is the amount of adjustments you can make to make it truly tailored to you. The captain style chair boasts adjustable arm rests, foot rests, head rests, back support, controls, and more. That’s a great way to stay comfortable and just enjoy yourself.
25″ Turning Radius
A 25″ turning radius is really spectacular for an electric wheelchair. It’s not quite as tight as the Compass Sport, but that’s why this chair is #2 on my list. I think it still is easy to handle and use in a home. Some adjustments like clearing out unnecessary clutter will really help capitalize on a nice turning radius.
16.5 Mile Range
16.5 miles is a long ways. Having that kind of range eliminates the worry of running out of battery power when you are in town or on a trip. You can run to the post office and grab a cup of coffee on your way home. Stop saying no to trips or events because of your electric wheel chair’s ability.
3.5 mph is wicked fast for an electric wheelchair. You don’t need to go incredibly fast and so I think this is a really great speed. If you think you need a faster wheelchair, you might want to look into a different type of vehicle.
Front Wheel Drive
Front wheel drive can be a pro or con depending on where you live and what kind of driver you are. If you are like me, living way up North, you will really enjoy the front wheel drive. It can pull you through icy or snowy pathways. It will help you get over those rugged terrains and slosh filled sidewalks. It also is good for those drivers that are a bit more adventurous and may try to do more than maybe the average chair is built for.
300 lb Capacity
The Alante Sport has a staggering 300 lb capacity. Why is this so significant? If you look at other electric wheelchairs, this is pretty typical if not a little higher. I like this range and feel comfortable with it because it really allows for almost any body type to ride it. That’s huge in making sure this is a comfortable fit and stable.
- No Head Rest on Optional Seat
- No Suspension
- Sensitive Controls
Okay, some of these cons were a stretch. That’s a good thing for you though! I couldn’t find a whole lot wrong with this chair. There are a couple of things worth noting so let’s walk through them.
No Head Rest on Optional Seat
No head rest on the optional seat. Well, if you aren’t getting the optional seat just disregard this. If you are, then let’s talk. I really like the head rest on an electric wheel chair for a number of reasons. I feel it provides more support, keeps you more comfortable, and is better for stability. Now, that being said, you are probably going to want a headrest. If you go for the optional seat, just be warned.
No suspension could be a deal breaker. I really think that suspension should be added to this chair. My bet is, they will be adding that sooner or later. Suspension allows for a smoother ride. Those bumps and holes in the sidewalk can really jostle you if you don’t have a little bounce to your chair!
The sensitive controls could go on the pro list just as easily on my con list. I think that sensitive controls could be difficult for someone who has issues with tremors or has jerky hand motions in general. I wouldn’t suggest this chair with someone who has Parkinson’s for that reason. Hear me out though. I think that someone who is really weak would actually like this “con”. It would capitalize on their movement.
I really like the Alante Sport. It has a lot of excellent features we covered. The highlights of this electric wheelchair are comfort, ease of use, and capability. We went over what I thought might be negatives about the chair. Even so, the Alante Sport is my second pick for a damn good reason.
If you are looking for the most heavy duty rugged electric wheelchair, look no further. The Pride Mobility Jazzy Elite HD embodies the term heavy duty to the fullest degree. It has you feeling ready for adventure if that’s what you are after. If you aren’t, you will be safe and sound riding around in this bad boy.
- 450 Pound Weight Capacity
- If you are looking for this weight capacity, then you found the right chair!
- Front Wheel Drive
- Pulls you through any situation
- Large Foot Platform
- Don’t have to cram your legs together
- 24″ Turning Radius
- Ease in and out of the tightest of spaces
- Up to 9.8 Mile Battery Range
- Take Fluffy around the block multiple times per day
- High Back Seating
- Comfort and stability
- Up to 4 mph
- Speed racer
450 Pound Weight Capacity
Like I said before, the Jazzy Elite HD is HEAVY DUTY. It can take up to 450 pounds of weight. That is way more than most chairs (by almost 100 pounds!).
Front Wheel Drive
As mentioned previously, front wheel drive can be a pro or con. In my opinion, if you are a larger sized person, you are going to want front wheel drive. It can pull you up and over obstacles with ease.
Large Foot Platform
The larger foot platform is a serious bonus. If you are larger, you probably don’t like squeezing your thighs together while you ride. It is not only uncomfortable but tiresome. It’s better to sit in a relaxed state. This is easily done with the enlarged foot platform.
24″ Turning Radius
A 24″ turning radius is really a nice feature. It means you can turn in a tight space without having to back up and go forward thirty times first. (Austin Powers, anyone?) Being able to move around with ease is one of the best reasons to get an electric wheelchair and the Jazzy Elite HD is no exception.
Up to 9.8 Mile Battery Range
The 9.8 mile battery range is crucial to keeping this chair on the top of my list. 9.8 miles is a LONG ways. I joked earlier about taking Fluffy around the block a few times, but it’s not unrealistic. You can take your dog for a nice long walk again! They will thank you and you are going to enjoy the freedom and fresh air.
High Back Seating
I’ve said it once and I’m sure I’ll say it again, high back seating is the way to go. Yes, it is more comfortable but it’s more than that. Having a high back allows you to sit with good posture. Why is that a huge selling point? Correct posture can alleviate back pain and prevent it from occurring! If that’s not a reason to get a high back chair, I don’t know what is.
Up to 4 mph
You know you like to go fast. Who doesn’t? Okay, if you don’t, that’s fine too. You don’t have to go that fast, but if you want to, you sure can. You can go up to 4 mph in the Jazzy Elite HD. I honestly don’t see the need for that kind of speed, but hey, it’s there if you want it!
- It’s BIG
- A whole slew of cons match up this one
Alright I know I only listed one negative about the Jazzy Elite HD. It’s not there aren’t other tiny kinks that you might find. I just couldn’t find any complaints really. My only issue, that I think will multiply into other issues, is the size.
That big of an electric wheelchair is bound to come with issues. It’s made for a larger person so it’s going to be bigger! That’s a no brainer. It also may be a no brainer that it might not be the best chair for a smaller person. If you are 90 pounds and fragile, the Jazzy Elite HD is not for you.
It’s a big seat, big arm rests, and a large foot rest. These are all excellent if you are larger! However, if you aren’t, you are going to swim in this chair. It also means that you might have some other issues.
The Jazzy Elite HD’s size makes it a bit more of a challenge to get into tight spaces. Yes, I said that you can squeeze in tight spaces before, but that’s because of it’s awesome turning radius. When you are looking at doorways hallways, etc. you might have some challenges. It goes without saying you would have those issues with any chair though.
The Jazzy Elite HD is a high quality tough electric wheelchair. It’s going to stand up to most challenges you throw at it with ease. It’s a monster of a machine and will have you feeling empowered and in control again. Just make sure you weigh more than 100 pounds before hopping into this bad boy.
Get the name brand you trust with a machine you will love. The Invacare Pronto M51 is an excellent choice for an electric wheelchair. It is sleek, classy, and efficient. Everything you can want and more!
- SureStep Suspension
- Smooth riding every time
- Captain’s Seat with 360 Degree Swivel
- Comfortable and accessible
- Six Wheel Design
- Stable as they come
- 300 Pound Weight Capacity
- Able to handle a heavy load
- Center Wheel Drive
- Easy to drive and navigate
- 19.5″ Turning Radius
- Can get anywhere you need to
- 4.2 MPH Max Speed
- Faster than your average chair
The SureStep suspension is SURE to give you peace of mind. See what I did there? All jokes aside, it really does make the Pronto M51 an incredibly smooth ride. Anytime you can add suspension to a vehicle, or electric wheelchair in this case, you are going to make your ride that much more seamless.
Captain’s Seat with 360 Degree Swivel
Okay I’ve blabbed on and on about these Captain’s seats. Well, the M51 just happens to have one too. Are you that surprised? Here’s the kicker though. This captain’s seat swivels 360 degrees. Let me tell you what that means for you. You can rotate your chair in any position so that you can get in and out of it with no issues whatsoever. That is just plain wonderful.
Six Wheel Design
The Pronto M51 has six wheels to keep you grounded no matter what terrain you are on. It’s going to adjust to rocky, hilly, or uneven surfaces so that you don’t have to. This electric wheelchair will have you leveled out before you even realized you were tipping in a different direction.
300 Pound Weight Capacity
A 300 pound weight capacity means it can fit anyone from a 95 pound little woman to a 300 pound bear of a man. Whatever size you are, the Pronto M51 has you covered.
Center Wheel Drive
Some may say the center wheel drive could go either way, but I like it. I like it for stability reasons and if you aren’t climbing a mountain, it’s going to do the trick just fine. I wouldn’t shy away from an electric wheelchair because it’s not front wheel drive. Not one bit.
19.5″ Turning Radius
One of the biggest issues with electric wheelchairs is not being able to turn around efficiently or in small areas. The M51 has a 19.5″ turning radius which is absolutely top of the line.
4.2 MPH Max Speed
Are you wondering where the Pronto M51 got his name? Question no further! Pronto is 100% correct. Honing in speeds at 4.2 mph is crazy! You really could drag race these things. Not that that would be safe or that I would condone it.
- Comes Disassembled
- Potential for Discontinuation
- Generic Looking
The Pronto M51 has some excellent qualities. However, I did find a couple of things about it that were discouraging. Let’s go over them.
It comes disassembled. This one really should speak for itself, but if you are in any way disabled or elderly, assembling an electric wheelchair probably isn’t high on your skill set. I have heard of clients having them delivered directly to a medical supply store or to a physical therapist for assembly. If that’s in your set of capabilities, I would highly suggest doing that.
Potential for Discontinuation
Here’s a big one. It may be getting discontinued soon. I hate this about technology. It comes out with a great electric wheelchair only to snag it back again. That being said, better get one while you can!
This is more of a cosmetic complaint than anything else. While the design on the M51 is sleek, it’s just so plain looking. Maybe that’s something you want though! Not everyone wants a flashy red chair with flame stickers.
The Invacare Pronto M51 has lots of fancy tricks up it’s sleeve. It’s fast, stable, and durable. It has a sleek design and the capability to turn on a dime. I love a lot of attributes about it and that’s why it made my #4 pick on best electric wheelchairs this year.
If you are looking for an electric wheelchair to pack up and go, this is your winner. The Heavy Duty KD Smart Chair is lightweight, travel ready, and full of power. There are a lot of bells and whistles on this electric wheelchair to leave you feeling thoroughly satisfied.
- Only Weighs 59 Pounds
- Travel ready
- Weight Capacity at 330 Pounds
- Tiny but mighty
- Folds Up
- Easy to pick up and go
- 6 MPH
- Lightning fast speeds
- 15 Mile Battery Life
- A lengthy trip is not out of the question
- 5 Year Warranty
- Always a good sign
Only Weighs 59 Pounds
This 59 pound weight just floors me. To have something this powerful and accessible be this lightweight is really incredible. The creators of the Heavy Duty KD Smart Chair really outdid themselves here. Just wow!
Weight Capacity at 330 Pounds
Now this is something that just defies physics. This lightweight electric wheelchair can hold up to 330 pounds! I don’t know how they do it, but the Heavy Duty KD Smart Chair is one for the books.
Having an electric wheelchair that folds up and only weighs 59 pounds puts you at a huge advantage. You can really just pick up and go whenever you need to. Beyond that, you don’t even have to purchase ramps or a special van now. This is just perfect for those who live in the city or like to travel.
Can you believe the KD Smart Chair actually goes up to 6 mph. You could outrun a cheetah with this thing! Not really, but I’m not sure why you would need to go that fast, it’s just nice to have the option.
15 Mile Battery Life
Most of the chairs we have looked at have a pretty long battery life but this is way up there. The KD Smart Chair has a 15 mile battery life! That means you can probably run all of your errands and go for some laps at the Y after.
5 Year Warranty
The KD Smart Chair is the real deal. The 5 year warranty really seals that in for me. I think that anytime a company offers this kind of warranty they really are standing behind a quality product.
- Terrain Issues
- Wheel Locks Inaccessible
- Tire Tread Wears Down
When I say terrain issues, here is what I mean. From what I can tell, the KD Smart Chair doesn’t handle the outdoors all that well. It can handle sidewalks and such just fine, but I mean gravel, dirt paths, etc are just not it’s forte. If you live in an area where you have to or want to go on those types of terrains, I would advise against this chair.
Wheel Locks Inaccessible
This one is a huge no-no for me. I’m actually surprised that this hasn’t been recalled yet but I’m betting they are going to change it ASAP. The KD Smart Chair’s locks for the back wheels are impossible to be reached by the driver.
Why is that such a big issue? If you can’t reach a lock, you can’t move. To safely sit in a chair or be transferred to one, the brakes must be locked. So, now that you are transferred, you are technically restrained. Quite a pickle KD Smart Chair creators have backed themselves into.
Here’s how you can get around this. If you are agile enough or have someone caring for you, you can get the locks undone. However, I do want to warn that this is a serious impingement on your independence and would think twice about this chair if you aren’t able to turn around and get to the locks yourself.
Tire Tread Wears Down
Finally, we have the tire tread complaint. Now, I’m not sure that this is the case with everyone, but I’ve seen a few people complain that the tread wears down on the tires after not a lengthy amount of time. This is unsafe and frustrating for the patient. Proper tread prevents accidents and I highly advise to stay on top of this issue. If you are just using it around the house, I don’t see the tread wearing down nearly as fast.
The Heavy Duty KD Smart Chair is an excellent choice for an electric wheelchair. It didn’t just make the cut for my top 5. I weighed it against a lot of other chairs and it kept beating the pants off of them. There’s a steep downward curve that happens after my top 5 list. The Heavy Duty KD Smart Chair is the perfect chair for city slickers and travel buffs.
Which is the best electric wheelchair?
My top pick of the Golden Technologies Compass Sport stands as the best electric wheelchair out there right now. I feel strongly that it has all the attributes you need to be safe, comfortable, and efficient on whatever travel you may take.
However, if you just aren’t into the Compass Sport, any one of my other four electric wheelchair picks are exceptional. You can’t really pick wrong, you can just pick wrong for you.
As a side note- I also really like the Pride mobility go-go scooter. It is more compact and made for shorter journeys. You can take a look at my review here.
How to choose an electric wheelchair
What a great question. There are many different factors that go into choosing an electric wheelchair. I can talk you through them and by the end of this little checklist, I bet you can narrow down your choices.
Degree of Disability
This one is on the top of my factor list because it should be the biggest deciding factor in choosing your chair. If you have little disability or maybe just get tired easily, you don’t necessarily need to pull out the big guns for an all inclusive electric wheelchair.
It’s worth saying, that if you are getting up there in age and already feeling like you may want or need an electric wheelchair, you might want to just bite the bullet and get the best for whatever disability may come. A one time investment is better than buying multiple chairs if the funding isn’t quite there.
When I went through the 5 best electric wheelchairs, I made sure to mention the weight capacity. There is a very specific reason I did this. Most chairs will run at about a 300 pound weight capacity. This is good!
When you start looking at the higher weight capacities, you are going to get a bigger chair, bigger arm rests, longer everything, and wider seats. This is all good except for if you are a tiny little person. Make sure you equate your size with the right chair for you!
Luckily, some of the chairs we went through offer multiple seat options. This is such a great feature because it really will get you the best fit. Don’t underestimate the right sized chair. It will be more comfortable and easy to use than if you don’t get the right size.
This one should be fairly self-explanatory. Buy a chair within your budget. On the same note, look at this as an investment into your quality of life. You don’t want to skimp out on a chair just to live a sub-par life and save a few pennies. You also don’t want to have to buy another chair in a short period of time.
This is also a huge player in the game. I think that lifestyle will really dictate the right chair for you. After you have narrowed down your choices using the other factors, this one is going to leave you with the chair you need. Do you travel or are you a home body? Do you want or need to go really fast or can you take your time? These are questions you need to ask yourself before making that final decision.
Q & A
Still have questions? I thought you might. Find your answers on wheelchair mobility and more below.
What is an electric wheelchair?
An electric wheelchair is run by a motor instead of pushed manually. It usually is battery powered and ranges in size and capability.
How does an electric wheelchair work?
Similar to the previous answer, an electric wheel chair is run by a motor. Most of them are battery operated now. They use large battery packs that can range in time and distance for use.
How do you use an electric wheelchair?
Most electric wheelchairs are used by operating a series of controls. As a rule, they have some sort of joystick to go in whatever direction you wish and often times have more controls based on price and design.
How much is an electric wheelchair?
Electric wheelchairs are not cheap. They can start at $500 but run into about $7000. The best electric wheelchair doesn’t have to be the most expensive. However, I would avoid extremely cheap versions that are below $1500.
Where do you buy an electric wheelchair?
There are a lot of different avenues to buy electric wheelchairs. I suggest Amazon in my picks because I like their customer service, quick shipping, and refund policy. However, you can always try out a local electric wheelchair store, medical supply store, or work with a physical therapist.
How to ship an electric wheelchair?
That is entirely dependent on the supplier. Most of the companies will arrange this for you. If you are having to do the shipping yourself, I would highly recommend choosing another chair or vendor.
How to get an electric wheelchair?
I would suggest going through Amazon. You can go through other stores but this one is going to be one of the quickest options.
Where do you buy electric wheelchair parts?
Electric wheelchair parts can be found on Amazon, medical supply stores, or electric wheelchair dealers.
Where do you buy electric wheelchair batteries? How much are they?
Electric wheelchair batteries should not have to be replaced often. However, when you do need to replace them, you should go through where you bought the wheelchair. Amazon has a lot of buying options. Be careful not to get the wrong batteries.
What is the smallest electric wheelchair?
The EZ Light Cruiser appears to be the smallest electric wheelchair on the market right now. I can’t say that I would back it though. They don’t have the greatest reviews and it wasn’t in my top 5 picks for a reason.
Of the wheelchairs on my list, the HD Smart Chair is the smallest and easiest to travel with.
What is the fastest electric wheelchair?
The fastest electric wheelchair on the market right now is the BM3 Powerchair. Here’s a couple things about that. 1) I do NOT think you need a wheelchair to go 16 mph. That’s just crazy. 2) That’s a serious safety concern for me! If you are going 16 mph, are elderly and frail, and are unsteady, how are you going to control that thing?
The fastest wheelchair doesn’t equate to the best electric wheelchair. Choose wisely. From my list, the fastest of the group is the KD Smart Chair. Again, I would not pick an electric wheelchair based on speed.
How much does an electric wheelchair weigh?
How much an electric wheelchair weighs can really vary. There are light weight versions like the KD Smart Chair that only weigh 59 pounds. However, there are also electric wheelchairs that weigh more like 150 pounds. It depends on what kind of design and power you are looking at.
How to charge an electric wheelchair?
Charging an electric wheelchair is another variant based on what brand and type of chair you have. Each has their own instructions. Follow them carefully! Battery operated wheelchairs need to be charged and most likely will just need to be plugged in.
How to transport an electric wheelchair
There are a couple of different ways to transport an electric wheelchair. You can get something light weight and foldable like the KD Smart Chair and just toss it in the back of your vehicle. Otherwise, most people have to get a ramp and a van. You can also get a little trailer to tow. I would say the majority of people opt for the ramp and van.
The road to keeping your independence can be a bumpy one, full of detours and road blocks. An electric wheelchair can help you stay on course for as long as possible. You or your loved one doesn’t need to give up the simple joys like getting the mail because they can’t walk to the mailbox.
Electric wheelchairs are here for you when and where you need them. My favorite is the Golden Technologies Compass Sport. It’s the best electric wheelchair on the market right now in my opinion. I hope that this guide helped you figure out which chair is best for you and your lifestyle. Here’s to happy trails ahead!