Type of Scooter:
Small Lightweight Scooter
Tell us what your scooter looks like:
Four wheeled Scooter with a Red and Black Frame with adjustable handlebars which can also be locked and this scooter can also be easily disassembled into five parts for car journeys so can easily be stored in the boot. It also has a padded swivel seat with flip arm rests which in my opinion gives me easier access to get on it especially only having the use of my upper body strength. The Pearl sterling also has a basket on the front too so that you can store things in which comes in handy when out and about.
It relies on 2 x 12 volt 21 amp batteries and can be charged off board which I also love too because it means I can leave my scooter out for easy access and bring the battery into the living room or bedroom or wherever for charging.
How did you get this scooter:
Paid for it myself.
Where did you get this scooter:
What would you rate this scooter:
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This scooter is really comfortable?
This scooter is easy to take apart?
This scooter is easy to transport?
This scooter is easy to use on public transport?
This scooter is great off road?
This scooter can go up or down a kerb/small step?
This scooter can easily be adapted?
Can you hang bags and equipment onto the scooter?
Do you have problems with the scooter tipping?
How long does the battery last?
I can get a good four days off a 24hr charge depending on the journey...but that’s just me.
One of the main attractions for me was the speed and how far it would go and the fact it was a travel scooter and I wanted it only for use of going to the local shopping centres and just to basically take my dogs out around the neighbourhood haha and to gain my confidence back with becoming disabled at seventeen I didn’t know anything but how to walk so having to pick a medical device when it came to I wanted something reliable and something that would get me out for a while longer.
And the Sterling Pearl was that for me...with a full charge it goes up to 15 miles at a speed of 4mph and for me...that was great anything to get me back out..and having to rely on my manual wheelchair which with me having tremors and a dodgy grip due to my illness this did...it gave me the independence to scoot about and regain my freedom.
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