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shirley l. from oakridge, or
Reviewed on 02/02/2017
grace h. from cortland, ny
at 83 I use my scooter 4 everything-Dr. app'ts, social, shopping. I like the speed, short turning radius, easy plug-in, good seat.
Good throttle setup, good speed. Maneuverable.
I cant figure out how to keep front basket from turning. Lost rubber cover at plugin site very soon.
Reviewed on 12/21/2016
susan b. from novinger, mo
69 year old female with MS. For use in RV only.
Short turning radius, easy to charge.
If key is not removed too easy to engage power levers. Steering column must be locked before arising and that is a little tricky.
Reviewed on 11/04/2016
brenda m. from highland ranch, co
It is great for not going anywhere except home and around the block
Can't get it into the car.
Reviewed on 08/18/2016
gary m. from hendersonville, nc (caregiver)
She had foot surgery four years ago in which did not help her at all. Her feet still swell and give her much pain . She can't do the normal things.
Light weight, lasting battery life, comfort for the rider.
Reviewed on 06/30/2016
sonja e. from toledo, or
Female, weight 145 lbs, have MS, difficulty walking any distance , kept independence with scooter and Braun lift in trunk of car.
Small size goes thru any door, gets around in any house, or store, the zip'r 3 has never has left me stranded as store handicap carts have ! Seat turns to sit at table, or for on & off. Carries a lot for shopping trips. Battery stays charged. Easy to disassemble to take in any vechile.
Having to lift feet over battery is not a problem for me, but could be for more disabled persons, again I prefer the throttle controls not isolated, but could be a problem for some people.
Reviewed on 01/21/2016
wallace p. from mascotte, fl
I am a 69 year old women who has end stage renal failure and heart problems and trouble with balance and walking. I found the scooter very helpful.
Easy to use.
Basket too small
Reviewed on 12/23/2015
doris h. from goldsboro, nc
I am an 80-year-old female with CHF.
Lightweight - maneuverability - ease of operation - comfort
I personally would like a rear view mirror to aid in backing up. A cup holder would be a great feature
Reviewed on 11/01/2015
michael v. from boise, id
61 year old individual with primary lateral sclerosis. Height is 5' 8".
It is very maneuverable.
The scooter should be marketed for very small people (children). It is difficult to get on and off of due to the hump on the floor pan and lack of clearance between the seat and the steering unit. It is spooky unstable; I can tip over just leaning to the side. This unit should be used at a slow speed only and on a perfectly flat hard surface. It should not even have a speed control in my opinion - go SLOW!. If there is a bright side to the product it's that it is very maneuverable and does work well in tight spaces at a slow speed. I strongly encourage indoor use only at slow speed. The igniton switch is faulty and does not make contact every time which requires removing and re-inserting. One of the seat bolts came from the factory with a bolt that was stripped and it will not tighten; basically 3 of the four bolts are holding the seat on. My suggestion is spend a few hundred dollars more and get a quality scooter. Fortunately I purchased this for indoor only use only and have a small home and am making it work for me.
Reviewed on 10/17/2015
jo s. from cedar, tx (caregiver)
I purchased this for a friend who had a severe stroke the left him permanently disabled on his right side.
It was easy to put together, was delivered quickly, and is easy to use.
I haven't received any weakness from my friend. He loves his Zip'r scooter.
Reviewed on 10/03/2015