PaceSaver Plus III
marilyn n. from golden valley, mn
I had a severe ankle fracture which added to my other disabilities which made it impossible to get out of the house.
The Plus III is well made, very stable, easy to use, great ground clearance
After two weeks of use, I haven't found any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 05/18/2016
Have already recommend to person met shopping who needed to replace her scooter.
sandra s. from monroeville, pa
I am 74 yrs. with bad knees. use scooter to get around in apartment building and to go shopping at stores.
The fact that is made in USA. As was my other scooter until they started building them in China. That brand of scooter is no longer being built. Can only get parts. That due past the test of time.
The fact that I can no longer change small basket for larger one in front. was great for grocery shopping. also miss having basket in back of scooter. Have large bag hanging from of seat back that needs support to hold heavy items which I move from van in garage to apartment. Your wire basket attaches from back which is no good for what I was using it for. hope this helps you in the future in development.
Reviewed on 06/26/2013
william h. from west columbia, tx
50 yrs old, sensori-motor neuropathy, spinocerebellar ataxia
Quality american made
Seat does not lock-no problem for most people
Reviewed on 09/01/2012
margaret m. from honolulu, hi
66 years old, female, T12 incomplete para, 15 years disabled, active, out and about, lives independently, this is my fourth scooter
I love that you have added a bumper option. I ride the bus a lot and the bolts on the door tear up the front of the scooter. I like the smooth ride, I feel like I am gliding down the street instead of bumping and jolting. I like the space by my feet, I can carry quite a bit there. I like the quality of the product, it seems sturdy. I get a lot of compliments on the street, "nice scooter," "is that your Cadillac?"
It is about 3 inches too long for ease of backing on a bus. I used a Go-Go while waiting to delivery of the Pace Saver and it definitely was easier to get on the bus, but the thing nearly rattled me to death on the sidewalk, not to mention that it tipped easily. So, I don't know what the solution is...shorter platform but keeping all the rest that is good about the Pace Saver? Maybe a narrower front end would do it.
Reviewed on 08/05/2012
richard p. from martin, sd (caregiver)
Reviewed on 01/17/2011
spencerita m. from washington, dc
I am 66 years old and have been unable to walk for the past nine years.
It is powerful enough to climb steep inclines. I live on a hill and must go up a steep incline to go up my driveway to get into my house.
I don't feel comfotable when it slows down to a stop when I am going at a nice speed down the hill. I am sure it is done for my protection but I don't need it to do that. My old one let me go as fast as I wanted to go. Which was not that fast but fast enough. I had to get a new one because the old one started moving by it self. It could not be fixed fast enough.
Reviewed on 09/09/2009