- Fully adjustable 18" wide seat, backrest, headrest and armrests
- Alloy wheels and pneumatic tires are standard and give it smooth ride
- Winner of an international Red Dot Design award
- Front and rear lights dim when not moving to conserve energy
Afikim Afiscooter S 4-Wheel
It is a terrific transpotation for a wheelchair bound person!
rick i. from jackson, oh
I LOVE my new Afiscooter S 4-wheel full size scooter! I get compliments and thumbs up from people who pass by as I am out going places or shopping.
Ease of use and not dependent on others to go places.
1. Lockable box behind seat not accessable by me.
Reviewed on 05/19/2015
brian y. from syracuse, ny
Not the best weather to driving scooter around
Reviewed on 04/25/2015
la rue s. from sarver, pa
Reviewed on 01/22/2015
Super product, I now have the outside mobility I have been missing
nelson l. from baltimore, md
86 yr old user, limited mobility
Ease of use, high quality, many safety features, better than expected.
Like the silver color but would have liked a larger selection
Reviewed on 11/28/2014
gerald a. from spokane, wa
81yrs. Limited walking ability.
The way it is constructed. It handles well.
Haven't found any so far.
Reviewed on 09/21/2014
kenneth w. from alexandria, va
68 years old with MS
Quality, programming of the controller.
Lack of a technical maintenance manual.
Reviewed on 06/06/2014
janie c. from orland, ca
I'm 67 with bursitis in both hips. I can't stand or walk for long. I bought this because I love to camp and fish. It's perfect. Love it.
It's classy. I don't feel like an old handicapped person riding it. It goes faster than the specs say it does. People I pass on the street yell that they want one too. I even have a little carrier on it for my 5 lb. poodle. She loves it too.
So far, I see no weaknesses. It's not made to go into stores for shopping, so if that's what you're looking for it is best to look elsewhere. This is stated in the brochure. I wanted it for outdoors & it does everything they said it would do.
Reviewed on 06/02/2014
Since I virtually don't drive a vehicle anymore, this allows me to get to where I want to go locally.
john v. from poway, ca
I'm a 71 year old, 100% disabled veteran; I have severe neuropathy in both legs and hands; arthritis in the lower back fusing the vertebrae L1-L5
The distance on a single charge and the speed in which it gets me there.
The turning radius could have been improved with a better design of the front wheel assembly. It's difficult to operate in most stores because of that.
Reviewed on 11/15/2013
alfred s. from new prague, mn (caregiver)
72 yrs old. 2 strokes, 12 and 13 years ago. This is his only out to get himself outside. He is happy with it
Front hood is coming off.
Reviewed on 07/24/2013
dennis w. from fowlerville, mi
I am a 59 yr old male, with difficulty walking.
The ride due to the suspension is great. Has lots of power. The consistency of the speed control (up and down hills) is good. Like the placement of the lower headlights and like all the other lighting features, (turning/hazards lights) needed in front. This is my 3rd scooter, I myself think this is the best scooter I have had.
The color (silver) is unsafe color choice, blends in with pavement. Get too much reflection on the digital display from the sun (blinding). Needs lots of upper strength to steer (hard to turn). In addition you need to add hazard/turning signals on the front of scooter (side ones can't be seen) I am 5'10" and the seat sits up high, so for a shorter person there maybe problems with feet reaching the floor board. Would recommend when scooters (any kind) being designed that a disabled person is in on the engineering.
Reviewed on 06/22/2013