Heavily treaded 3" wide tires provide greater stability and traction combined with 22AH batteries for a longer drive range.
(Model No. GL111)
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easy to assemble and transport. No hassle on airlines.
Can be transported, by car, bus, airline with ease
Wish someone would invent a longer lasting battery
jim m. from oxford, ms
Good features at the price point.
Turning radius, seat height (with adjustable positions), and very comfortable.
Small tires and anti-tip wheels make it difficult to clear many obstacles. Low ground clearance causes it to get stuck on some off-road terrains.
walter b. from clermont, fl
73 year old, post-polio user of scooters for last the 25 years.
Easy to use.
Very easy to disassemble and reassemble
The seat at its lowest connection is still too high from the ground, I am 5 ft 8 inches and when getting off the scooter my feet are still about 4 inches off the ground, my amigo scooter I have now my feet touches the ground when getting off.
david f. from new york, ny
Male 84 years old, using power scooter for 25 years I used amigo and ranger scooters.
Nice battery and nice appearance...minimalist scene
I wish there was more ground clearance and larger diameter tires. The three wheel use is less easy on a grass or uneven surface. It is a bit heavy, but I understand that part. It could easily be oh so much better.
robert h. from pennington gap, va
He's a 77-year-old who would like to get out and get around; at the mall and in his yard.
My only suggestion would be the seat. It needs to also move...
Size and height of the seat and its ability to turn 360 degrees.
Seat needs to be adjustable for forward and backward adjustment.
michael g. from kingston, tn
I'm a male, 68 years old. I weigh 230 lbs. and am about 5 ft. 10 in tall. I have Myofribrillar Myopathie (MD) but I'm not wheelchair-bound yet.
The only reason I didn't give all 5's is because it is too...
Good quality- strong, tubular frame with plenty of room for feet and still room for storage under seat in basket. Also, engine seems strong.
Too high to get into seat without help or reach down to ground for shorter people.
tanna b. from anderson, in
Female, 61, constant daily use, spino-cerebellar degeneration
Easy to assemble
We have a difficult time with it fitting in my father's Malibu truck so we have to take my Nissan Maxima. We are now trying to find a different vehicle that the scooter will fit better in the truck. The stem where the seat sits is too high making it unable to fit in the Malibu trunk
julie h. from lincoln, ca (caregiver)
My father who has upper and lower spine disability that makes him unstable on his feet.
Overall an exceptional scooter
High quality well designed and built. Very comfortable. The underseat basket is great!
The backlit power guage is bright at night and causes night-blindness. It would be nice to adjust this light. A headlight would also help using this scooter at night. The armrest adjustment knobs loosen automatically. I wrapped electical tape arount the arm to allow the knob to be held in place. A better connection for the armrest arms would be appreciated.
richard p. from yuma, az