Monday, 12 October 2015

Red 2!

Picked up my spare power chair from Solutions Mobility based up near Nottingham.  I've been toying with the idea of getting a spare chair as I am now almost totally dependent on my power chair and would be lost without it.
As I currently own a Quickie Salsa I decided to choose the same model with all the same kit on it but obviously a little newer.

After spending several weeks looking on the internet I found a company on eBay called Solutions Mobility based just north of Nottingham.  I saw one of the chairs they had list seemed to fit the bill so I gave them a call.  I spoke to Sue and enquired about the chair I saw and arranged a viewing.
Sue and Stuart couldn't have been more helpful.  The chair was bought out and Stuart started adjusting the chair to fit my measurements.  I tried the chair, handed over the cash and came away with Red 2!

I would totally recommend Solutions Mobility - nothing is a problem to them and they are more than willing to help and advise - superb customer service and value for money.

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