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gary e. from minneapolis, mn
This scooter is for use outdoors. It is too large for use in the home and I knew that and I wanted it for shopping and to go for rides.
Batteries and mileage.
Reviewed on 07/01/2017
carl h. from yoakum, tx
I love the Cobra Scooter, it's nice and it rides really well. It is bigger and I get looks from it. Everybody says how cool it is. It's a life saver
Have to call the places I go to make sure it can go through the doors
Reviewed on 06/30/2017
robert r. from brandon, vt
70 and physical disabilities- legs
Reviewed on 09/22/2016
john b. from new smyrna beach, fl (caregiver)
64 years of age and weighs 210 lbs. His left side is immobilized because of a stroke 16 years ago.
It is powerful and stable and reliable for longer distances. The seat is strong and comfortable (unlike the seat of his previous Osprey which snapped off and separated from the chassis! You had better look into that problem.) This scooter is an excellent machine.
He says it could use "power steering" at times; it is not really designed for carrying groceries and it is larger than most scooters. It could use some rubber bumpers to protect the body and fenders. Also, the design is for someone with two functioning hands; it was delivered with a hand brake on the left. I see that is designed to be relocated. It needed a carpeted floor mat so things don't slide off. His criticisms are few.
Reviewed on 06/09/2016
michael a. from indianola, ms
I weigh 235 pounds and not sure of my future--I suffer from ataxia.
The looks! The Cobra will help me in town and in the country.
Feels a little shaky sometimes
Reviewed on 06/05/2016
tom n. from gulfport, ms
At this time it I am happy.
Reviewed on 02/24/2016
steve b. from san antonio, tx
I've had MS since 1980 and have finally reached a point where walking more than 100-200 feet using a walker is difficult.
Ground clearance, speed, distance on each charge, stability and appearance.
None that I've found. The White Glove Delivery service in our area needs to be improved.
Reviewed on 11/08/2015
preston l. from cumberland, md
Male, able to walk short distances with a cane or walker. Live in a rural town. Use a mobility scooter for traveling to market, etc.
The sturdy frame and suspension.
There is too much plastic for an outdoor scooter. It is also a little big to feel comfortable on most sidewalks.
Reviewed on 10/09/2015
douglas m. from owosso, mi
I am 67 years old and have a hard time walking.
The speed of the scooter and the looks.
It needs a basket on the front and the charging lights are too bright at night; they make it hard to see when driving.
Reviewed on 09/10/2015
gene t. from easthampton, ma
Darrell is a gold mine - he listens, he's responsive, he's hrlpful, he makes working with Spinlife a pleasure.
Mileage on batteries, designed for all terrains, comfortable to drive,
May discover, if any, as I use it more. Too big to fit in back of my SUV - still trying to find solution
Reviewed on 08/07/2015