Victory 10 3-Wheel
IN STOCK! A sturdy and reliable ride with up to 16 miles per charge.
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deborah b. from hammondsport, ny
I love my scooter.
Very well made and powerful.
Could be just a little lighter.
robin v. from fountain, co
I suffer from Osteoarthritis in my knees. I purchased this scooter to help me get around and enjoy life with my family. I have often rented them.
This 3 wheel scooter makes mobility easier which leads to a...
The Pride V-10 is easy to maneuver inside of buildings and outdoors. The turn radius is good.
The front light could be stronger and a back (tail) light would make the scooter easy to see at dusk or night when moving around outdoors. A louder horn setting as well would make the rider safer as well as announce that a scooter is nearby.
miriam b. from gramercy, la
A retired teacher, with extensive hip and knee problems.
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.
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.
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
Love my freedom of mobility.
Easy to use.
Slightly heavy pieces for one person to disassemble.
chiara d. from fishkill, ny
I use it to get around outside of my home
Victory 10 3-Wheel: Review
Simplicity in design and function. Love the high ground clearance and wide tires. Ease of disassembly for transporting.
One thing....the seatback leans back a little too far. It needs to be adjustable.
willie m. from saint paul, nc (caregiver)
My wife, Ruth, suffers from several medical issues including a bad knee joint that seriously impairs her mobility. She loves her scooter.
a tough, rugged machine.
size, capability, maneuverability.
no lithium ion battery available to increase range and delete weight.
philip g. from petaluma, ca
I am pleased with the ruggedness and reliability of the victory 10 3 wheeled scooter. The salesman was very helpful in answering all my questions
Victory 10 3-Wheel: Review
mike s. from pierce, ne
Keeping me mobile means keeping me alive....
3 wheel scooters have the best turn radius, and can handle some of the roughest terrains, as I camp in the real world frequently. I cannot walk very far before I am out of energy, and without this product, I would be stuck at home.
william n. from rockwall, tx
I have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis for 30 years, and had to take disability retirement in 2004... I got my first scooter in 2002.
3 wheels are easy to turn.
mary d. from meridian, ms
Great product. Love it. Went out with grandkids and it made it a great day.