Review My Wheelchair is an independent review website, designed to offer unbiased reviews of wheelchairs and accessories. Reviews are written by wheelchair users who understand that a persons needs are individual and there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to mobility. We aim to help users identify the wheelchairs that is likely to be suited to their needs.
As well as reading reviews, users can add their own experiences of their wheelchairs. Users can sign in to Review My Wheelchair by using their social media account by clicking login at the top of the site and submitting a review or just score a review based on their own experiences.
Different types of wheelchairs
You can find many different types of wheelchairs, each wheelchair review looking at the opportunities for users. Wheelchair types include:
We review wheelchairs both short and long term – publishing our findings on the website, on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as well as in our editorial blogs.
Accessories add to a users individuality and it is important that a person can customise their wheelchair to them. We review how they can compliment a user’s choice of mobility, including alternative wheels and seating systems.
You can keep up to date with Review My Wheelchair through our social media pages on Twitter and Facebook, including the latest reviews and news.
If you want to contribute, you can get in touch with us to discuss what you might want to offer. We welcome contributions and reviews that reflect both the wheelchair and the configuration in which it was tested.
You can trust that our reviews are impartial – we don’t allow ourselves to be influenced by the product manufacturer. We are also transparent about how we work. We are sent the products reviewed for a short period of time before they are returned to the product owner. We currently have on long term review (longer than 4 weeks):
We do not accept payment for reviewing products.
An excellent service to help people get a proper review of many chairs from a users point of view.
a super useful resource! unlike many other sites which are biased, this seems impartial and thorough too
Jason C Jones
My wife is permanently wheelchair dependent due to cerebral palsy plus fibromyalgia and myalgic encephalitis and I’m semi permanent wheelchair dependent due to cancer we both like to see the latest innovations for disabled people and our ability to live independently