- Seat slide adjustment lever - allows for the best positioning
- Infinite adjustable tiller
- 300 lbs. weight capacity
- Black vinyl LiquiCell comfort seat - ride in comfort and style!
- LED, fully adjustable headlight for night-time use
Golden Technologies Companion Midsize 3-Wheel
janice s. from seabeck, wa
Full-time employee who uses the scooter to get to work from a ferry
Reviewed on 08/09/2015
mike s. from wilton, ct (caregiver)
Too big and not maneuverable enough for interior use.
Reviewed on 08/06/2014
joseph e. from charlestown, ri
63 years old, spastic paraplegia, very active, small farm, used for garden and chicken coop
Good construction, tight turning radius.
Too much plastic that used to be metal on earlier model, but time will tell if the plastic is actually better.
Reviewed on 07/11/2014
richard d. from asheville, nc (caregiver)
Female, 82, Post-polio, Very weak legs
Reviewed on 04/18/2014
patti a. from las vegas, nv
Age 71; arthritis; back problems-- causes walking difficulty at times
Handles easily; turns very well; fits me; travels well...no problems.
None, so far.
Reviewed on 12/20/2013
gary l. from cranbury, nj (caregiver)
Near 80 yo, suffers from very late stages of MS, immobile
Love the mobility, the ease of turning, the safety features, the easy entry/exit, and the leg room.
Plastic/fiberglass. Constant banging into things causes the pieces to brake/damage easily. I was looking more of a steel constructed and/or more durable frame but am satisfied with the product.
Reviewed on 09/26/2013
loretta a. from santa ana, ca
rear view mirrors
Reviewed on 08/11/2012
theresa s. from goodhue, mn
I am 67. I am a nurse and care for a client that has a wheel chair and he takes long outings 6 plus miles on paved trails. I do not use a bike and can
The distance and ease of handling and on/off. The weight is just right but could be problem for some. Able put into car trunk.
Hard to get over some dips in driveways because of the two black wheels in the back they hold up the drive wheels so they don't touch ground and may need to physically push back or forward. This has happened to me. I think the two black wheels need to be higher.
Reviewed on 07/22/2012
antwan k. from new york, ny
51 years old, neurological disease, wheelchair bound 21 years
The seat is comfortable. It helps me keep a straight posture. The ease of changing the tiller position is great. The curved handlebar works. My hands don't fall off. Being able to charge the batteries via the tiller is wonderful, no bending over. Love the lights on front and back. The scooter gets me where I'm going on a full charge and I go alot, sometimes all day.
The armrests are too short and low. The wheels in back are too low. I'm always getting stuck on curbcuts. Doesn't stop right away.
Reviewed on 01/01/2011
honore k. from simi valley, ca
LIMITED ABILITY TO WALK SECONDARY TO NECK AND SPINE INJURY
VERY GOOD GROUND CLEARANCE AND EASY TO MANEUVER. ALLOWS ME TO BE ABLE TO GET OUT IN THE COMMUNITY IF I HAVE A STRONG PERSON WITH ME TO ASSEMBLE IT AND TAKE IT APART.
HEAVY,UNABLE TO ASSEMBLE ON MY OWN. TOO HEAVY FOR A WEAK PERSON TO PUT TOGETHER. ACCESSORIES ARE EXPENSIVE(CUP HOLDER AND BASKET).NEED A MORE PORTABLE OPTION FOR A SUN SHADE.
Reviewed on 08/11/2010