The scooter is east for my husband to get on and off and use.
5/5 Ease of Use
5/5 Meets Expectations
Reviewer: jane w. from brazoria, tx (caregiver)
User Details: My husband is 72 and is the user of the scooter. He has neuropathy and COPD which prevent him from walking bery far at one time.
Strengths: It is comfortable, easy to use, and pretty.
Weaknesses: My husband is a big man; the mirrors are not far enough apart to see behind him. We live alone and were told that the assembly would only be placing the seat on the scooter. Not true! First, getting the scooter off the wooden platform it was on was extremely hard fo me (70 yrs old)! I basically put the scooter together alone. Lifting the heavy seat and putting it on the scooter was also difficult. Clients need to be aware that it is not a simple task. Plus, the scooter did not “go” after charged. We finally called the help line and he explained that the forward and reverse levers need to be held down not just touched. Furthermore, all the lights go on all the time...how do we know when the battery needs charging? The instruction book needs better directions and a trouble shooting section.
Reviewed on 12/11/2020