Victory 10 Scooter
The Victory 10's offer high performance in a sturdy, sleek design.
(Model No. SC610/SC710)
More Information on the Victory 10 Scooter
This scooter took the place of a Pride Cdlebrity Scooter...
They last and last
dale w. from palmyra, ne
I am an 85 year old man, am 5' 10" 240#
Easy to assemble
Battery last a long time
Doesn’t come with mirrors or led signals
horacio c. from whittier, ca
Uses a cane for mobility, loves this unit
I like it
Wheel are to close to material but everything is good
jenny d. from clarksville, tn
Like a lot
I have an issue with the seat back as it is splitting on...
Seems very well built
I prefer inflateable tires
denise g. from rocky mount, va (caregiver)
75 year old male amputee with heart issues and diabetes.
Pride is my favorite.
None really. The new seat is very firm but I'm sure it's like new shoes. It'll break in.
richard l. from stockbridge, ga
I acquired my only scooter thus far in 1998, it was a pride. It died recently. I had to buy another. Needless to say I bought another pride.
Excellent quality machine.
Haven’t found any weaknesses.
richard l. from bristol, ct (caregiver)
Get to mail box as we have a long driveway. Also, just getting around the yard. More freedom as I had a stroke and walking is hard for me.
Great service & 2nd Pride scooter I owned.
Easy to take apart for travel in any vehicle and powerful enough to travel any distance.
The amount of time it can hold a charge. Need to move up to stronger batteries.
charles m. from camden, de
I am handicap & use the scooter for long distance mobility. I have both a heart & lung disability & cannot walk far at all. I use for travel.
Great product. Great customer service!
Ease of operation and maneuverability.
george h. from fayetteville, nc
71 year old veteran with DJD. Unable to walk long distances or stand for long periods and artheritus in joints and spine.
We love it, it's great!
The way it's built - it's built heavy. It's really a strong wheelchair, it works really good.
I don't think there's anything weak on it I haven't found anything to be weakened yet
charles w. from canton, oh
It's for my wife she has trouble walking on her feet are swelled up she has diabetes neuropathy restless leg syndrome arthritis her feet are num
I enjoy my new found freedom
Easy enough to disassemble
Hard for a single person to lift pieces to put into car
chiara d. from fishkill, ny
Lower extremities Lyphadeama and bi lateral arthritis in knees
Long distance on charges good speed.
john g. from saint louisville, oh
I have neurological problems and can’t walk long distance. This solves my problem
Wish it was faster.
The pride name
barbara b. from napa, ca
i am 76 year old disabled female have owned pride scooters in the past just once i bought something different