Revo 2.0 Scooter
The highest weight capacity travel scooter available!
(Model No. S66/S67)
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Allowed me to be mobile again!
Very comfortable, easy to assemble and disassemble. Holds a charge ALL day in the outdoors, with lots of up and down terrain.
I have not found any yet.
michael s. from la quinta, ca
60 year old with spinal cord damage from a 24' fall off a ladder. My scooter has given me my mobility back. So nice to be out with the family again!
Quiet, comfortable and attractive.
Horn could be louder and back up warning might be helpful.
santo b. from superior, wi
56 male, issues with balance.
Really good product
Provides mobility and freedom
The only weakness I found was the seat swivel handle is harder to reach.
nicholas t. from sewell, nj
70 year old with bad knees due to severe arthritis.
Easy assembly. Comfortable.
mary l. from conyers, ga (caregiver)
My mother LOVES it. Very easy to take apart and reassemble, drives smoothly and easy to navigate. She has a little of her freedom back.
Allows participation in activities.
Able to navigate rugged ground and sustain a charge for many miles in up-and-down terrain.
Ground clearance could be higher but this could cause other problems.
fred t. from thermal, ca
70 years old with spinal cord damage. The scooter allows me to join my family in many activities that I couldn't before. Went camping in a up and do
This scooter can be transported in my minivan with ease by...
Holds my 375 lb frame well. I use it a couple times a week and haven't had to charge it in a while. I am going to bring it in this weekend and charge it anyway just because I feel I should but it is still on green all the way.
Sometimes if I don't have it exactly in the middle I cannot lock the front wheel from moving with the little switch in front. I have the hang of it now, but in the beginning it was frustrating. Other than that, no complaints. I am so happy with the Revo!
margaret h. from little rock, ar
I am a 58 year old retired, disabled healthcare worker (nuclear medicine technologist) with 99 year old knees. Can't stand or walk for long periods.
Very good product and the people at SpinLife are nice and...
Increases the chances for mobility out doors.
Could use some work on for the batteries to last longer than 13 miles, especially for uphill terrain.
harry w. from wyalusing, pa
I like the fact I can go check the mail without feeling like I am going to fall. Plus there are many other good things about my scooter. Thank you.
Nice scooter for price
Breaks down easy so easily transportable
Not found any yet
vicki b. from covington, ga
I’m a plus size 60 yr old woman who has feet/legs that swell very badly at times. Has COPD and congestive heart failure.
I used my scooter on vacation in July and it was wonderful...
The weight capacity is great. The battery life has performed very well.I was able to go to an amusement park and still have good battery strength at end of our day. I love my new scooter.
The handle to remove the seat would be easier to reach on the side instead of underneath.
darlene w. from pittsville, va
I have arthritis in both knees and lower back therefore limiting my mobility. Standing and walking for more than a minute is painful.
The best in every way, does everything
very good controls and can turn on a dime
I haven't found any weaknesses in this product.
carl i. from shelton, wa
84 years old man
Love the mobility that it gives a big man.
Built strong and lots of goodies.
It would be nice if this scooter came with an alarm.
paul s. from hillsboro, or
My wife has a Go-Go scooter for years from SpinLife and now I got the Revo 2.0 scooter. I am 75 with back issues and I love the mobility it gives me.
Much more power and capability than my Go-Go.
Has more power and torque than the Go-Go. Able to go in hilly areas with no problem. Better battery life and more capability. Excellent engineering. Excellent upgrade.
I wish it had pneumatic tires as an option.
david f. from williams, az
I'm a 76 year old man who weighs 265. My knees are bone on bone - I can still walk but very slowly and sometimes with great pain.