Victory 10 3-Wheel
IN STOCK! A sturdy and reliable ride with up to 16 miles per charge.
Would not buy this one again.
Gets me where I need to go.
Too short; can not get legs from one side to the other without scraping top of foot against tiller base.
mary l. from garfield heights, oh
Female,72,post-polio survivor from age 3yrs. Rll affected, doesn't move anymore by itself.
Have owned one before so I knew I wanted the same one,...
The cart is very sturdy. I use it outside and it handles very nice in the grass or gravel!! It has a swivel seat that makes for easy transfer. All around quality cart.
I wish it had tail lights. I like to go for a ride in the evening sometimes and the headlight is great but can't be seen from the back except by the reflectors would feel more comfortable with tail lights.
barbara j. from alamo, tx (caregiver)
73 year old female, she broke her neck and has some paralysis her left leg has no use.
Victory 10, like all other handicap scooters, has good...
The delta handle and ergonomic throttle design.
Bright L.E.D. lit battery gage blinds at night. Seat will not elevate or lower, a must have to accomadate getting down to a toilet or up to modern high beds. A fixed seat height is really a drawback. Pillar adjustment is difficult on elderly hands with screw type locking handle. No rear lights is a safety hazard at night. Throttle speed control is not smooth but jerky.
steve l. from lyles, tn
I am 69 years old and have lost all use of my legs.
too big and bulky for home use
too big to go through doorways and around corners
charles l. from charlotte, nc