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wayne s w. from sarasota, fl
Reviewed on 02/25/2017
deborah s. b. from phenix city, al
My sister was kind enough to purchase this mobility scooter for me. I am 62 years old and permanently disabled. I have limited mobility and COPD.
Reviewed on 01/07/2017
bonnie l d. from omaha, ne (caregiver)
Stroke, paralyzed on left side. In nursing home.
Easy to turn, comfortable.
Reviewed on 12/09/2016
darnell r. from washington, dc
I'M 54 YEARS OLD MALE, AND I LOVE MY NEW SCOOTER MAINLY BECAUSE IT GIVES ME MORE LEG SPACE/ROOM.
THE SCOOTER ISN'T APT TO TURN OVER LIKE MY PREVIOUS SCOOTER!
Reviewed on 10/08/2016
william h. from hightstown, nj
I am 77 years old. My wife and I live in a CCRC called Meadow Lakes in East Windsor, NJ. I am having a foot operation, and the scooter will be great.
Well built, easy to operate, very short turning radius, and charge lasts a long time
Reviewed on 10/07/2016
gloria m. from brooklyn, ny
Age 78; mobility impaired. I really like this scooter. The only downfall is that the seat back rests too far back and cannot be adjusted.
Overall very good.
Back of seat is not adjustable like my Rascal was.
Reviewed on 07/19/2016
joann w. from lakeland, fl
I use the scooter to get around. I'm able to do a lot.
Has a smooth ride. Very maneuverable.
Having a seat to accommodate shorter people. I had to use an seat from an different model manufactured by Pride that I bought. The seat that came on the Victory 9 is too thick for me to sit on. Wish we had an option of seats to select for each model.
Reviewed on 04/16/2016
william z. from centerville, oh
I am 77 years old with a bad back. The scooter meets my needs, however it would be nice if it was equipped with shock absorbers.
Ease of use.
Reviewed on 11/04/2015
irma r. from santa rosa, ca (caregiver)
72 yr old friend, multiple sclerosis & polio, non-ambulatory
Very powerful, great range
NONE that have been detected but we have done a test drive yet
Reviewed on 09/27/2014
sharon c. from brighton, ia (caregiver)
73 yrs old, stroke victim
Reviewed on 08/28/2014