The Victory scooter has been the standard other mid/full size scooters have been measured against for decades. It may have seen some design changes over the last three decades, but it's reliability has been it's defining characteristic since it's inception.
The Victory 10 3-Wheel has a weight limit of 400 lbs and a range of 13 miles per overnight charge with the standard U1 batteries. You can upgrade to 40AH batteries to increase the range to 16 miles. The batteries are charged from the easy access tiller charging port. The Delta tiller allows for one handed operation, with the ability to go forward or reverse on either side. Adjust the speed from a snail's pace up to a quick 5.3 mph. With a 42" turning radius the Victory 10 is versatile enough to be used indoors or out.
The Victory 10 3-Wheel has plenty of standard features such as a bright, angle-adjustable led headlight to illuminate your path, a wrap-around, angle-adjustable Delta tiller, 10" non-marking tires, an easy-to-clean floor mat, a bright led power gauge, and a removable basket.
The plush, vinyl seat is mounted on a height adjustable, forward-set post increasing stability. The 18" wide by 17" deep seat slides forward and back like an automobile seat, and swivels 360 degrees allowing you to find your comfort 'sweet spot'. It features flip-back armrests, assisting with getting in and out of the scooter. Upgraded seats are also available.
The Victory 10 can be disassembled if needed, but we recommend thinking of a mobility lift for your vehicle if you do not have a large trunk or cargo area, as well as someone who can fairly easily manage 54 lbs.
As with all the powered mobility equipment we sell, enjoy free in home delivery by someone with the knowledge and experience to show you all your equipment's features and answer any questions you might have. If it is a transportable model we will train you how to disassemble or fold your mobility device. We don't leave until you have taken your new mobility device for a test drive and are happy. Don't be shipped a mobility device you depend on in a big box with no real direction, or have it brought into your home by a part-time contractor with little to no product knowledge. We only sell devices by brands we are proud to carry and service ourselves.