Safety, stability and manoeuvrability add up to one zippy 3-wheeler scooter. The SupaScooter was on display at Rehacare 2013 in Germany in September.
Forward and reverse drive plus safety braking are claimed to make this the lightest mobility scooter for disabled people on the market. For added stability there is the optional stabilizer kit with training wheels with two floor clearance settings and three wheel base settings that can be adjusted in seconds.
For inexperienced mobility scooter users or people at high risk, such as those with low core body strength, the wheelbase can be adjusted to 600mm and the floor clearance to 6mm. This increases safety levels to a point where tipping over is almost impossible.
Handle bars can be lowered to fit under a table and movement around furniture is easy with the scooters low speed control and small turning radius. It can be used indoors and outdoors and because of its light weight is easily transported.
SupaScooter weight without the seat is 12.7kg plus 4.9kg when seat is added.