Buzzaround LX 3-Wheel
The Buzzaround LX combines the convenience of a travel scooter with the comfort of a full-size scooter.
(Model No. GB119A)
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I love my scotter.
The ability to go longer through out the day. I just feel the power and strength it gives, through out the day.
Having to charge the batteries by having to purchase a separate docking platform.
robyn n. from la verne, ca
62 year old female, with limited walking abilities.
It is a lot of fun
It's all right
It is ruff riding when you are on ruff road and a noisy It bounces
david y. from umatilla, or
individual pieces weigh a great deal
chuck w. from manlius, ny
I am disabled and cannot walk long distances. The scooter allows me to move around and do things that I would otherwise be unable to do.
Glad I purchased this.
Comfortable, easy to use.
dorothy t. from melbourne, fl
72 year old female, limited mobility.
Gets him out and about
Good speed, easy to operate.
Needs more leg room. Unhappy with extended large seat in that seat cover will not stay on. My husband is tall and feels cramped between steering handle and seat.
nancy h. from geneva, il (caregiver)
My husband has Parkinson’s for 24 years and is now unable to walk unaided very far. We bought this for use outside. We have the three wheeled model.
aveneesh m. from columbus, oh
Awesome scooter and true XL scooter!
Easy to operate with great turning span. Very adjustable and comfy. Great torque and speed control. Nice to have the suspension!
nick s. from tahlequah, ok
I am lg framed man with long legs as well.I did alot of research before buying this scooter. This is a great scooter! It runs smooth and runs fast!
This scooter checked off all wish list requirements we were...
It is easy to assemble/disassemble. The suspension makes for a smooth ride on uneven surfaces. The high back offers better support. It can go 18 miles on a single charge (although we haven’t used it for such a long period in a single use yet to try).
While it breaks down in multiple pieces, some are still quite a bit heavy.
melissa r. from millheim, pa (caregiver)
My husband has some permanent spinal cord damage making walking or standing for long periods very difficult.