Zip'r Mobility Zip'r 4-Wheel
Limited use because of low clearance when used on uneven sidewalk; it bottoms out and the scooter dies.
toni l. from tama, ia
Gradually losing ability to walk due to rheumatoid arthritis.
It disassembled easily and the different parts are not heavy.
It is very short and prone to shutting off, which leaves the driver abandoned.
Reviewed on 10/31/2015
john m. from avondale, az
Dependent upon supplemental Oxygen in consequence of mutiple lobectomy procedures (COPD). Even with oxygen support, mobility is severely restricted
It is amazingly simple to assemble / disassemble and is incredibly mobile.
Reviewed on 10/18/2015
charlene c. from fayetteville, nc
Heavier than thought to be
Reviewed on 06/21/2015
It is a very good scooter for geting around town, in stores and my home.
marcia b. from yates center, ks
64, disabled, bad knees, caregiver to others,
Stability, ease of use, going anywhere needed
Very short. I am only 5'2', but there is not much leg room. It doesn't seem to go as fast as it is supposed to, 41/2 mph/ My old one went 4 mph and this seems more like 3
Reviewed on 04/11/2015
gary f. from reynoldsburg, oh
64 hrs old with diabetes, Parkinson's, osteoarthritis, and diabetic neuropathy.
Easy to drive, comfortable and sharp looking.
It's a little short and did not about the longer version.
Reviewed on 02/18/2015
I love my Zip'r 4 scooter, gets me places I have been unable to go to in months.
sandra w. from league city, tx
I am 72 and have pulmonary fibrosis, cannot walk farther then across a room. This scooter is great, able to return volunteering at hospital.
I love the basket, put my oxygen in there and away I go. The scooter runs perfect. I volunteer and am now running all over the hospital. Anxious to soon begin Christmas shopping in all the stores again. Could not do that last year. I would recommend this scooter to anyone.
I do not know if you would call this a weakness but it is short, I am 5' 4" and I would be more comfortable if had little more leg room.
Reviewed on 11/05/2014
claire p. from belgrade, me (caregiver)
MY BROTHER-78 YRS OLD EMPHYSEMA VERY HAPPY
No idea at this point. Did not see him. He lives in Canada
Do not know at this time
Reviewed on 09/04/2014
beverly s. from oroville, ca
I am 75. It is very painful for me to walk even a short distance due to a crushed spine, arthritis, etc.
Easy to assemble; comfort in getting in and out.
I have a problem connecting the charger to the chassis of the scooter. Really hard to line it up properly. So frustrating.
Reviewed on 03/10/2014
jimmie h. from packwood, wa (caregiver)
75 year old female unable to walk more then a few yards
ease of transport
too short for folks that can not bend their knees
Reviewed on 10/12/2013
Caregiver likes that product and he's happy to have that item
vasiliy n. from inman, sc (caregiver)
10 miles it can drive size of the scooter is comfortable
Reviewed on 09/13/2013