armchair. Friday , November 17th , 2017 - 05:17:17 AM
The danger comes when you want to get out of the chair. The ergonomic chair will move, unless it is fitted with locking casters that prevent the chair from moving, when you want to stand up.
The glide wheels are great, move smoothly and make for a much easier transition than springs. However, the wheels make a small noise as you recline the chair, leading this reviewer to believe that the sound could turn into an annoyance after years of use.
Not only can it be dangerous for you, it also might seriously damage your wheelchair. A broken spoke, or a loose screw is all it takes for your wheelchair to become a hazard.
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