Any words of wisdom/advice on a Quantum 6000Z versus TDX SP? They look more streamlined in person than on the web--mine will be configured similarly to what I saw in person. I could sit pain free!--and imagine myself working many kinds of jobs at least part-time with one. Not to mention more basic tasks such as preparing food for myself or paying bills or answering the front door. I am very limited on seating ability right now--I can sit up a few hours a day; with much longer than that, I get bedridden/couchridden for a few days at a time in agony. This could be life-changing! I need and want to be able to care for myself more and be more independent--I will simply have to with any kind of job my husband will get.
The tilt and recline are heavenly and I can keep myself in a slight pain-free tilt even while driving them. Wow, what a difference from sitting in the scooter. I have no complaints about my scooter and still believe it is the best scooter out there. My seating needs are just higher--I generally have to elevate my feet some to relieve pain too.
My inclination is a 6000Z--apparently Permobil is not an option with my insurance though I wish I could try it to see. The main problem is getting all the casters lined up to change direction/back up--that will take some practice!
Let's hope insurance comes through. I am glad to have assistance through this process.