PaceSaver Fusion 3-Wheel
It has all the features I wanted, and all of them exceed my expectations.
d.j. c. from gaithersburg, md
I am 58, and unable to walk more than a few yards without getting out of breath.
Ability to go uphill without even slowing down. Goes far on a charge (I haven't run out of power yet). Can hold me and groceries with no problem. Incredible turning radius!
Did not include instructions for options (rear-view mirror, cane holder)
Reviewed on 10/21/2016
marsha o. from mill creek, wa
age83 cantnot walk and must walk dog 3 times a day and must have a reliable scooter to do this
it turns on a dime stops the same way i have had 4 scooters and they were very unreliable
Reviewed on 08/25/2011
best scooter we have had so far;American made is very important.
david b. from liberty, mo
Wife Kathryn is user. severe asthma, very bad back, bad knee.
Manuverability, turning radius, easy to recharge. Disassembles, and parts weigh less than other scooters comfortable seat
Weight. some parts are still too heavy for a disabled person to lift in and out of a vehicle
Reviewed on 08/22/2011
harold g. from hunlock creek, pa
Im 76 years old and have very bad artherites and can only walk about 50 to 75 feet .
Sharp turning radius good power realy climes hill.
Head light should be adjustable when tiller is back to a comfortable position the light shines up in the trees. The add said it dismantled in three pieces but it must be dismantled in 6 pieces.
Reviewed on 06/27/2011
robert m. from warminster, pa
Male, 84, living in a large retirement community (2000 residents) in Bucks County, PA. Disability, Spinal stensosis. Difficulty in walking.
Engineering, Design, and Construction Quality
No seat-back adjustment. Need solution!
Reviewed on 05/21/2011
This really is the most powerful and versitile scooter I have ever seen.
myla r. from arlington, va
Stability and easy to use - fits in the tightest spaces but has the range and stability you need outside. Easily handles rough terrain.
Because this is considered a "catagory 2" sccoter for Medicare purposes, getting Medicare coverage is tricky.
Reviewed on 08/06/2010
bryan r. from baraga, mi (caregiver)
88 yrs, walker, bad hip, mild stroke Fusion scooter
Led charge indicator would be WAY better than old analog needle gauge. Needs larger for/rev paddle switches. Lower speed with paddles needed. Quicker stop on release of for/rev switch. Bright colors for for/rev paddles and tiller adjust. Flat black just way too hard to see. Possible led's on paddles and tiller adjust. Better ID on speed control rheostat. Function is fine and appears to be a solid machine but lack of easy to ID and use controls are a SERIOUS drawback. Many cheaper machines have better designed "dashboard". It wouldn't take much to fix these problems.
Reviewed on 07/02/2010
verna k. from four seasons, mo
80 years old with multiiple sclerosis
quality construction. ease of use. like the light on the tiller.
starter key doesn't always make contact when turned on. basket on the tiller is mounted to high making it difficult to get under some surfaces in the kitchen.
Reviewed on 10/24/2009
diane g. from meridian, id
50 yr old woman w/ MS using this scooter while teaching 2nd grade
After 2 months of researching scooters, I found that the Pacesaver Co. has done the research on scooter safety. I worry about stability and riding my Fusion feels safe going up reasonable inclines, from tipping, and over grass. If you are concerned about safety and quality, check it out. www.pacesaver.com
None so far after 3 weeks of use.
Reviewed on 08/28/2009
doris f. from marshalltown, ia
I am 80 years. I suffer from CPOD and can only walk a short time and am out of breath. I love the Fusion because of the size and the simplicity.
Needs to be advertised
Reviewed on 06/10/2009