Go-Go® ES2 3-Wheel, by Pride Mobility
Exceptional Value for a Portable Mobility Scooter
The lightweight Go-Go® ES2 portable mobility scooter cuts out the extra steps between packing up your mobility scooter and hitting the road. When it’s time to go, the Go-Go ES2 tiller handle folds down, the mesh basket collapses and the seat pops off for speedy stowing. You’ll be on the go in no time.
The Go-Go ES2 seat is easily removed and the tiller folds down in two lightweight pieces. Without the seat, the tiller and base weigh just 42 pounds. Not just a portable scooter, but a performer.
A portable scooter isn’t just for packing and hauling. You want comfort and performance when it’s time to ride. The Go-Go ES 2 has three wheels that give you a tight turning radius of 31 inches.
Its compact tiller controls put the power in your hands, easily moving your mobility scooter forward and backward. It might be small, it might pack up in a cinch, but it still got a few tricks up its sleeve. For example, it has a 250-pound weight capacity and two speed settings with high and low driving modes, which make it easy to control your mobility scooter across outdoor and indoor settings.
Go-Go® ES2 3-Wheel Features
Go-Go® ES2 3-Wheel
|Model Number|| |
|Overall Width of Base**||19.5"|
|Maximum Speed*||Up to 4 mph|
|Ground Clearance||1.5 at motor, 0.,75" at anti-tip|
|Front Tires||2" x 7.5" solid|
|Rear Tires||3" x 7.5" solid|
|Seat Type||Compact, Foldable (17" x 15")|
|Battery Requirements||(2) 12AH|
|Maximum Range Per Charge*||Up to 6.8 miles|
|Battery Charger||Off-board charger, 2A|
|Maximum Weight Capacity||250 lbs.|
|Standard Body Colors||Black|
|Battery Weight||9 lbs. each|
|Medicare Code Coverage||K0800 - Group 1 Standard|
|Seat-to-Ground Height Range||19"-20"|
|Seat-to-Deck Height Range||16.25"-17.25"|
|Weight of Heaviest Piece**||41.4 lbs. (Scooter base)|
|Warranty||Lifetime limited on frame; |
2-Year limited on Electronics;
2-Year limited on Drivetrain
*Pride FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments.*
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