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rob g. from louisville, ky (caregiver)
Early 70's female had polio as a child and required braces and crutches to walk, fell and broke her leg and now uses scooter as main transportation.
Easy to use and lightweight to travel with.
Had to modify the seat post, didn't go low enough, should offer alternate post 2.5 " shorter. Shorter users might have trouble with their feet touching the ground when seat is swiveled.
Reviewed on 04/10/2017
tia f. from laurel, md
67 year old female, Back and leg problems.
Quick and easy to put together.
A little heavier then what was expected.
Reviewed on 03/26/2017
gerald g. from wells, me
I am 78 yrs, old I have rectal kidney disease. I receive dialysis. On those days I feel weak and unstable. My Go Go scooter has helped me get around.
I don't know how to answer that. There are no weaknesses'.
Reviewed on 02/26/2017
robert k. from mckinney, tx
Age 69. Cannot walk long distances due to knee problems. When I walk I am slow. Scooter enables me to keep up when out on adventures with friends.
Mobility and range.
Reviewed on 01/03/2017
susan l. from fort meyers, fl (caregiver)
92 year old man with difficulty walking.
Light weight; fairly easy to use.
Not enough leg room; difficult to plug charger in.
Reviewed on 12/29/2016
gilbert a. from terre haute, in
Male, 74, copd
It is easy to use once it is put together.
Putting the seat on is hard. Also, it is hard to push the pin through. The battery pack is also very heavy.
Reviewed on 12/21/2016
maryann a. from taccoa, ga
Unable to put weight on my right leg means I can no longer walk. Scooter is kept in our car so I can get to the store and doctors appointments.
My husband figured out a way to hook our lift to get it into the van, and being lighter weight it is easier to get in and out of the van.
A little small in structure, especially for someone heavy like myself.
Reviewed on 12/18/2016
jane k. from tehachapi, ca
79,female,5 ft,severe arthritis can no longer get around with wheeled walker, Hands & elbows very painful from chondrocalcinosis. Both knees gone.
Easy to drive, great tight turn radius, small enough for my 5 ft 200 lb frame. Comfortable, seat turns backward to pull up to work table, adjustable for height, easy to drive in house & outside.
Seat handle hard to reach (I'm 5ft w/ short arms & legs & bad back), handlebars a bit of a reach from seat. Do you make longer/curved handlebars? A seat handle that curves up? Feet don't quite touch the floor of scooter. That's why I purchased the smallest scooter.
Reviewed on 12/15/2016
nancy d. from naples, fl
Physical disability due to age.
Ease of disassembly to transport. Charging port on steering is a big improvement. Cane holder is overbuilt--it could carry a spudbar.
Reviewed on 12/07/2016
lisa t. from marathon, fl (caregiver)
My father was stricken with West Nile in 2002, and lost his balance.
Reviewed on 12/01/2016