5/5 Ease of Use
3/5 Meets Expectations
Reviewer: debra p. from north charleston, sc
User Details: I am a 48 year old female with cerebral palsy. I am 4 feet, 11 inches and weight about 125. I have use of both my arms and hands, but have difficulty
Strengths: This is the second PaceSaver electric scooter I have owned! Beleve it or not, I have had the first one for about 20 years and it still works! However, it is time for it to retire. I chose PaceSaver for its quality and durability. I consider it to be the "work-horse" of electric scooters. While I do own a small travel electric scooter to use on trips, it is not as dependable as the PaceSaver. The PaceSaver works rain or shine, inside and outside on grass and gravel. It stops on a dime and can make tight turns. I have never had it tip on me unlike other products on the market. PaceSaver is a "Superior" product in my opinion. It does cost more than other electric scooters but,its worth it and its American made!
Weaknesses: While I can't think of a single weakness about the product, my review is based on having used my first PaceSaver for 20 years.
I haven't used my new PaceSaver yet. My first PaceSaver shipment was sent with the wrong type of seat. The second seat was damaged during shipment. The third seat was sent with hard molded arm rests rather than charcoal vinyl arm rests and the stitching in a back bottom corner of the seat was loose. I am currently waiting on the fourth shipment to arrive. Except for the damaged shipment, all other problems are quality control issues related to Leisure-lift, the manufacturer. Having said all of that, Leisure-lift the manufacturer of PaceSaver has been quick to send replacement parts and SpinLife's Customer Service is fantastic!
Reviewed on 07/04/2013