Pride Go-Go Three Wheel Elite Traveller Review
The Pride Go-Go Three Wheel Elite Traveller lives up to its name. If you suffer from health issue that inhibit you from enjoying daily activities then this scooter is right for you. It is not only offered at a great price, but it performs exceptionally.
The Elite Traveller is manoeuvrable. Its compact design allows you to escape through narrow halls or pass through tight spaces. At the same time it provides a stable outdoor performance.
It conveniently disassembles into five light weight pieces. It can easily be stored in the trunk of a car or closet. The heaviest piece only weighs roughly 30 pounds, so it can be carried by virtually any adult.
Most scooters look alike, not matter what the brand. Yet, the Pride Go-Go does prove to be different. In fact, you can change its colour and style thanks to the interchangeable shroud panels. With this scooter you can move around in style.
The Pride Go-Go Three Wheel Elite Traveller Features
1 Year Labour Contract Included + FREE Shipping
Disassembles in less than 60 seconds
Quick assembly battery pack
Red, blue and silver color panels included
Dis-assembles for easy transport
Item Weight: 75 pounds
The Pride Go-Go Three Wheel Elite Traveller Reviews
The Pride Three Wheel Scooter seems to be a reputable product. Like any other product on the market, it has both pros and cons. Perhaps it is best to start by highlighting a few of the most frequent complaints that reviewers have made.
One reviewer did extensive research before he chose the Pride Go-Go. Compared to other brands this scooter appeared to be a hands-down winner. Although it worked great for a couple of months, the performance started to fail soon after. The scooter started surging. It would speed up slowly and slow down quickly.
He is not the only reviewer to have experienced this problem. He ended up calling customer service, which proved to be helpful. Although it took them quite awhile to find the problem, they eventually did and they fixed it.
The scooter has quite a few redeeming qualities that have allowed it to become an appreciated product. For the quality of the product, it is offered at an extremely low price. Many reviewers claim that it was one of the cheapest products on the market.
It is also both easy to assemble and disassemble. For people with health problems or disabilities, this is an extremely important bonus. It arrives practically ready to use. You simply need to charge the battery. When reviewers have needed to travel long distances by car, they are thankful their scooter can come with them since it is small enough to fit just about anywhere.
One reviewer was searching for months for the perfect scooter. She finally called her local Medical Department Store and asked for their opinion. They recommended the Pride Traveller. She decided to purchase it. So far, after several months of extensive use she is happy that she took their advice. She claims that the scooter is extremely manoeuvrable. She also states it boasts a comfortable seat.
Questions & Answers (Customers Q&A):
Q1: I weigh 260 pounds to 270 back and forth. Will the 3 wheel Go Go elite handle me. How much battery does it have? Hrs? Min? May 6, 2014
A: I am in the 250 pound range and this Go Go Elite does fine. Depending on the number of inclines I have to deal with I can get 4-5 hors of use from a charging. As a precaution I now carry my recharging cord in the pouch on the seat as a precaution. Ran out of charge once.
Q2: Is there an easy way to put it together? Sep 1, 2014
A: There are only four things to put together. The seat, battery, and front basket. The fourth is to lift the handlebars. Very east to assemble and disassemble. I take seat and battery off to load into the car easier. Very user friendly. Check the weight of the unit you are buying. I rented a model once that was like lifting a truck but it was a heavy duty model.
Q3: Does the seat swivell Jul 7, 2014
A: Yes, the seat swivels, all the way around. Which makes it easy to BACK in to a table, for example, swivel the seat 180 degrees, and stay in the chair to eat dinner or whatever.
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