Victory 9 Scooter
Made for stability and security, the Victory 9 scooters are great for many users.
(Model No. S609/S709)
Quality and Durability
ed h. from arlington, tx
I am a 55 year old male with Becker Muscular dystrophy. The product help me move around my home and go out to shop. Great Product
Totally pleased with product and accessories.
Reliable and simple to use.
mela w. from big timber, mt (caregiver)
MY father is.an active 95 year old and the scooter allows him to feel more independent. He can still do things he enjoys safely..
Should have ordered the scooter with suspension!
frank w. from jacksonville, fl
82 years old with bad feet and knees,etc. Having a great time driving my buggy around the neighborhood!
Have only had the scooter less than two months still...
The weight and sturdiness makes me feel safer using it than the lighter ones I have used.
The seat lever is on the right side which can be difficult for me because I am left handed.
mary b. from greenville, nc
stroke and broken hip on weak leg.
Good scooter with enough clearance for most thresholds.
Good for active users.
The charge indicator on the tiller is angled right at the riders eyes making it very distracting.
phil d. from phoenix, az
I’m a 73 year old male with an ambulatory disability.
Freedom and ability to go anywhere I want.
Ease of use. Very comfortable and can go a long distance on a charge.
diane b. from danville, va
I am a 69 yr old female who has both leg and back pain.I can not walk very far without setting down.This ia my 2nd scooter and I love it.
Best scooter I’ve ever owned
Very stable for a three wheel product , incredible maneuverability
None so far
phillip c. from waynesville, oh
Age 60 with the spinal cord condition numbness and weakness throughout.
Victory 9 Scooter: Review
natalie l. from shelby township, mi
Recommend that buyer arrange an onsight visit to test drive...
Reliability and price! Spin Life is half the price of local vendors (Knoxville, TN) and it is attractive.
external charger is one more piece to keep up with, size is a little larger but makes a huge difference in what I can do. However, I will CONTINUE to be a direct customer -- can't deal with medicare and vendors who do not attempt to simplify the process!
jewell m. from knocksville, tn
Difficulty adjusting to differences in design: can't slide on seat as easily in addition to the seat being a little too contoured for easy transfer.
I won't leave home without it.
Battery life; design; turning radius; ease of use; short learning curve; needs little practice to control moving in and out of tight spaces; loads with ease on standard city buses equipped for wheel chairs.
The horn is not loud enough and can be heard only a few feet. The tires are solid which makes this scooter a very, very rough ride. Shock absorbers are needed.
robert p. from san diego, ca
Age 82; Disabilities: Advanced emphysema and diabetes which causes loss of feeling in feet and causes falls.
This is our second identical model. It is a well made,...
The name Pride on it which means quality and not cheap junk.
Brightness of console lights, inconvenience of charger plug for a handicapped person almost impossible if not sitting on the scooter and the huge basket which is hard to manouver in a home. A small flat one is better.
walter g. from portsmouth, va
Severely unable to walk, stand, or move around.
Victory 9 Scooter: Review
Dash board needs a shield to protect my eyes when I am out at night. The way it is now when I go out at night the battery indicator is like a flashlight shining in my eyes making it difficult to see where I'm going. Other than that I love my new scooter
henry v j. from joplin, mo
I'm 79 have Cerebral palsy since birth and now on Hospice care with pancreatic cancer. My legs are shot and this scooter gets me around .