Rated 4.5 out of 5★áby 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★áby CasaLinda Small but nice! This is a very small transport chair but fits my mother nicely and is so easy to stash away in the bag! It works perfectly on long walks in the mall or in outdoor parks with paved trails and doesn't really look like a wheelchair. Handy for someone who is self-conscious but needs a little help. 05/06/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★áby Budthe3rd This one works great! This Travelite Transport chair in-a-bag works great. It carries even the heavier person easily. It is NOT for off road use. Soft sand completely bogs it down. But due to the narrow rubber tires, on any sort of sidewalk or paving, It pushes very easily. I love the way it folds up and can be put in the bag easily if you like. If you don't want to use the bag, it will double as a wheeled luggage bag. The sturdy bag has a carrying handle in the center, and on the end too. It's fully zippered and it could pass as luggage. 04/04/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★áby UrbanHippie Great Travel Wheelchair This wheelchair is great to travel, it is light weight and collapses to a very easy to store size. 06/02/2014
Rated 3 out of 5★áby Ballast56 Lightweight and portable Bought this because I needed a low cost wheelchair to push my invalid wife and would also fit the trunk of my roadster and her sister's econobox car. The chair folds up relatively easily although it takes some manipulating to get all the parts in the right spots so the main frame will fold completely. Traveling bag is nice but we don't use it because it is a hassle to get in and out of the bag, but if you want to take the chair on an airplane, for example, the bag would be very useful. The lightweight nature of the chair means it is made with lots of plastic, which tends to break easily. So far, only the heel strap peg has broken off, but I expect more parts to fall off as the chair gets used. Also, the wheels are hard plastic which makes for a rough ride on anything but the smoothest surfaces. The main problem I find with transport wheelchairs in general is that the occupant cannot put on the brakes. If you happen to get distracted and let go of the chair in hilly terrain, the chair and occupant tend to get away from you. 06/11/2014