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Pride GoGo Elite Traveller 2.0

The GoGo Elite Traveller 2.0 is a uniquely extra-manoueverable mobility with a turning radius that is 15% smaller than the standard model, and other similar mobility scooters, thanks to a special steering linkage mechanism. 12Ah or 18Ah battery box option.

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The Elite Traveller 2.0 is the first mobility scooter to feature the i-turn ultra-manouverable steering mechanism. The chassis is constructed from Steel, so is heavier than the new range of scooters such as the Alulite model that is made from aluminium, or the Mg2 that is made from Magnesium; however the scooter disassembled into separate pieces to make it easier to transport in a vehicle.

The body panels are available in a choice of either: Tangerine orange, Black, Iceberg blue, Cardinal red, Robins egg blue, Sugar plum, Chell-O yellow.

The new style mesh-seat provides extra comfort but with a lightweight construction. The Delta style of handlebar-tiller has a wraparound handle that allows you to find a comfortable grip that suits you. It also has a high-level charge port for easier charging than having to bend down and charge the batteries directly into the front of the battery box.

A removable armrest-storage-bag comes as standard on this model. It is made from fabric and features zipped pockets.


Pride Mobility

Pride Wheelchairs have been sold by us at Bromakin to many of our customers across Leicestershire for several decades. Their full range is distributed by Pride Mobility UK, who are leading provider of mobility solutions. Their range of products are designed to help those with disabilities, elderly, and other mobility challenges get around with independence and freedom. Other aspects of their large range of products include seating, harnesses and belts by Stealth products, Tarta backrests, and the Adi range of backrests.  Pride Mobility’s product range includes a variety of power and manual Pride Wheelchairs, also their GoGo scooters are almost an industry standard for the transportable mobility scooter sector. They also have lift&recline chairs that are sold under the Sitting Pretty brand, and other mobility accessories such as rollator holders for your mobility scooter. Their Pride powered electric wheelchairs are available as a standard range that is branded as Pride (and Jazzy), and also a more specialist brand of configurable powerchairs under the Quantum Brand.   Pride Mobility’s scooters can be seen all over Leicestershire and the East Midlands, being used by people who want a large mobility scooter that is a sort of substitute for a car, and also for many people who use them weekly for outings where they are loaded into their car or a taxi, and then unloaded and re-assembled for use. They are available in a variety of styles, speeds and sizes to fit the user’s needs. They offer a range of features such as lights, baskets, adjustable tiller heights, and even seats with an additional wider width.  Pride scooters also have a few products that are starting to become hard to find in the UK market now, such as the Colt-Twin, which is like a Three-wheel mobility scooter, but actually has two front steering wheels that are set close together, for a medium to large size for outdoor use, it has a very tight turning radius, which makes them great for navigating tight spaces such as narrow side alleys to the rear of a property to be able to store the scooter in a shed, or access a lower curb up and into a property. The ‘Zero Turn 8’ product is the only 4 wheeled mobility scooter available that has such a wide base, but is so manoeuvrable that it could be considered for indoor use instead of a powered wheelchair.  
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