Drive Medical Spitfire EX 4-Wheel
john h. from cambridge springs, pa
I have PAD.
I just love it, I can go wherever with out hurting
If there is any, I have not found yet.
Reviewed on 08/12/2016
dennis r. from east earl, pa (caregiver)
My wife has ms - this device works well and she likes the ease of use, speed etc. It also disassembles easily.
Reviewed on 08/11/2016
bonnie a. from topeka, ks
Easy to take apart and comfortable
The floorboard won't stay in place.
Reviewed on 07/30/2016
jerry w. from schulenburg, tx
I am 68 and in pretty good health but need a knee replacement. I am 6'4" and weigh 285, this scooter works great for me, gets around in tight places
Quick to take down, load and reassemble. Easy to maneuver in tight spots and seems to be well made
Opt for the largest capacity battery you can get. So far this unit has meet my expectations and more. I have not experienced any weaknesses other than make sure you get the largest capacity battery you can get.
Reviewed on 06/03/2016
robert j b. from troy, va
I have Parkinson's and severe arthritis in both ankles. Walking is painful and difficult.
It fits in the trunk of the car. I like the size. Easy to operate.
Although assembly is easy it still takes 10 mins to put together.
Reviewed on 05/30/2016
john s. from hendersonville, nc
I'm a 63 year old man with many disabilities involving my knees and lower back.
Larger battery means more run time.
Lack of suspension.
Reviewed on 05/22/2016
gene c. from sedalia, mo
Both my wife and myself. We are both elderly and this machine saves many steps walking
Reviewed on 04/22/2016
janina j. from midlothian, il
That you can take it a part in 5 easy pieces.
Haven't found one yet.
Reviewed on 04/16/2016
robert c. from morton, pa
83 years old, This is my third Spitfire. Sometimes I cant get the cover on and after a few times it is rained on, they quit. Otherwise they are great.
Doesn't like rain.
Reviewed on 02/13/2016
william b. from washington, dc
73 years old, on oxygen 24/7 needs hip replacement
Reviewed on 12/27/2015