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blond s. from ebro, fl
Female, 66 with COPD, Sarcoidosis, Plumonary Fibrosis Lungs, Asthma, Pulmonary Hypertension, Shortness of breath, Limited Mobility.
Very sturdy,but yet light weight and I am able to travel with it.
I have not found any yet.
Reviewed on 03/31/2017
frank w. from midlothian, va
67 Male, I have been limited about half my life. CAD, PAD, and COPD. I can stand or walk about 2 to 3 minutes before having to sit and rest. 6 LPM O2
Portability, speed, distance per charge, turn radius, springs, seat, delta tiller, head light, charging ports on the battery box and the tiller, and plenty of room for me and my O2 concentrator.
Not a weakness, but make sure you can handle the weight of the pieces when taken apart.
Reviewed on 03/24/2017
mary ann l. from pittsburg, pa
The person has arthritis both legs and neuropathy both legs and feet, and arthritic thumb joints.
The Delta Tillar, the suspension, the heavier weight,the ease of the drive bars on my thumbs, and it fit the lift I already had om my car. Unless something changes it is superior to the Pride Sport Go Go, yet about the same size.
You do not get a rear basket. No real place to carry things. Pride gives the bssket.
Reviewed on 01/17/2017
beverly s. from sycamore, il
I am a 68 year old female and I have been diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy which causes weaken muscles in the body but especially in the legs.
It has a better ground clearance than other scooters which thankfully the sales person mentioned to me before purchasing! The seat is very comfortable and lots of leg room! Also like how lightweight it is and how it breaks down for transport so easily!
I have only had it for 1 month and at this time cannot find any problems with it! I look forward to using the scooter in the years to come!
Reviewed on 09/26/2016
steve n. from poinciana, fl
72 year old leg amputee
Ease of taking it apart and putting it together. Fits in car trunk
Reviewed on 08/21/2016
cheryl m. from port angeles, wa
70 yr old with right let paralysis. Wears a leg brace
Seems to have more power when going upgrade. Like the battery charger port located on the tiller.
Tips sideways easier than my pride Go-Go. Liked my Pride Go-Go elite much better. The spring suspension does not make any improvement in the smoothness over gravel from my previous Pride GO-GO. Not worth the extra $75. Louder than the Go-Go.Tiller adjustment harder to tighten than on Go-Go.
Reviewed on 08/14/2016
harry w. from jacksonville, fl
74 Year old male with Afib and COPD. Bought this product in order to be active on trips that I cannot walk on, which is most outings to the mall etc.
It's quality and engineering.
None that I have found.
Reviewed on 07/04/2016
gene d. from holland, mi
I'm a 70 year old male that finds it difficult to walk due to a stroke.
It is lightweight, quiet, and maneuverable.
I would like bigger tires and a built-in tail light.
Reviewed on 06/15/2016