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iRide®2 Folding Scooter

 
4.0  from  4 reviews
75% recommended

The Pride iRide®2 is a light folding scooter with a high-back seat

Pride

(Model No. S25-2)

$1,199.00
$1,549.00
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4.0
 
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Features
 
3.8
Quality
 
5.0
Ease of Use
 
4.0
Meets Expectations
 
4.3

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2.0 / 5
Strengths:

One problem is the brakes, or lack thereof. All mobility devices should have electromagnetic brakes that stop the scooter when you let off the accelerator. Not this. This is like a bike with a hand brake on the left, so you have to mentally coordinate "go" with the right thumb, "stop" by squeezing the left hand. If I'm trying to navigate a crowd or sidewalk or talk to someone then I get it mixed up sometimes because MS brain. Forget about remembering to use my feet, which are almost useless anyway. And the hand brake is extremely hard to squeeze. And, the worst part is that that this death trap PICKS UP SPEED when going down hill. The breaks aren't enough to stop it. Twice I've had to drag my feet on the ground to stop myself, and I nearly hit a pole. My other complaint is the garbage screen used for changing the speed and forward/reverse. You have to press the buttons multiple times for them to do what they're supposed to do. I missed getting off an elevator because it didn't enter reverse fast enough. It's also not maneuverable enough to hit many handicap door assist buttons, I've needed to back up or turn sharply to get through the door before it shuts.

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User Details:

Petite female with MS, hand/leg weakness, foot drop, and very limited walking distance ability. Able to lift this in/out of car by myself.

Features
 
1
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
1
Meets Expectations
 
2

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