Spitfire Pro SE Portable Scooter
Affordable price with 5 sets of colors and upgradable battery option.
(Model No. SFPRO)
Lightweight, easy to disassemble.
The product is easy to disassemble and put back together. Can fit in a car trunk or back of an SUV with relative ease.
I have not found any weakness so far.
jeffrey b. from clarkridge, ar
74 yo male with heart problems. Unable to walk short distances without chest pain and shortness of breath.
Fine product that did not break my bank
Ease of getting around away from home. I live in a four story building with under ground parking.
None other than I wish that it could go faster
ronald p. from spring lake park, mn
I am 85 with kidney failure - heart problems - on oxygen 24/7 - incontinence - COPD So I have all the ingredients plus more to need a scooter !
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judy c. from levittown, pa
Loving my scooter and the white glove service was worth every penny.
It is a wonderful scooter. Battery is a little heavy...
It is stable because of the four wheels. It doesn't go real fast so she is able to control her speec.
robert l. from omega, ga (caregiver)
81 yr old female. She can't walk long distance and this keeps her able to go places.
It is a great product, however the ease of putting it...
I feel there needs to be more detailed instruction on how to put the seat together. As well as adjusting the height.
janet c. from madera, ca
I am a 44 woman with spina bifida. I use the scooter for places I would have to walk far.
Love the product
Love that it breaks apart in four pieces to put in my trunk. And I am happy that I could use it for approximately 15 miles before having to recharge.
I would have liked the front handle to have a lock on it so that when I fold it up and put it in my trunk it doesn’t swivel back-and-forth.
mary s. from hobart, in
I am a 71 year old that’s in good medical condition. But it is hard for me to walk long distances and the Drive medical Spitfire is perfect.
scooter is easy to use
I would be nice if the scooter was more comfortable to ride
jimmy g. from ewa beach, hi
85 year old male with mobility problems
Meets our need to provide my with mobility when we shop or...
Portability and ease of handling
The seat is not the most comfortable when using for long periods
dave c. from ferdinand, in (caregiver)
My wife whom has advanced Parkinson’s with limited mobility.
Cool little Spitfire
The ease of use, the speed control, and the rotating chair capabilities.
We have not found one yet.
john w. from winchester, va (caregiver)
We got this for my mom. We just recently bought a new house and I always wanted to ensure mom could get out and have some freedom from her wheelchair.
Best thing I ever bought. And has a warranty
Light enough to go anywhere strong enough to last
Haven’t found any
sandra m. from graham, nc
Have terminal cancer and this gives me freedom to shop
Well built and easy to control
Maybe bigger tires for bumps in sidewalks
george m. from williamsport, md (caregiver)
Bought this for my sister who has bad knees and can’t walk far. She Loves it! How she has her freedom back . She will scoot around the neighborhood .
Absolutely wonderful. I have so much freedom
While being light and easy to Maneuver it is strong and safe
I find no weakness
sandra m. from graham, nc
I had breast cancer had surgery. Got colon cancer had colon removed have bone cancer. No cure it’s terminal. All this within two years. I’m very weak