Invacare - Leo 4-Wheel Hothttps://www.myseniorsource.com/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/a3/93/dd/leo-4-wheel-blue-35-1400823053.jpg
With a 350 pound carrying capactiy, a smooth and stable ride and easy disassembly for transport, the Invacare Leo 4-Wheel mobility scooter is a great midsize scooter at a very competitive price.
If you're looking for a midsize mobility scooter that offers comfort, safety and stability at an affordable price, the Leo 4-Wheel might be for you. The sleek silver body is just over 23" wide, allowing you to move through crowded areas unobtrusively. The top speed of 5 MPH and the 15 mile driving range gives you the peace of mind to know you'll be able to not only keep up, but to lead the pack all day. You'll be safe and comfortable as well riding on the large 10" flat-free tires with the stability of four wheels.
The lighting package on this mobility scooter are very stylish. Two LED headlights give ample lighting in the dark, and have a modern design, while rear brake lights help provide increased visibility. You'll enjoy the comfort of 19" wide by 16" deep padded seat which offers both height adjustment as well as the ability to slide forwards or back. The padded armrests are also height and width adjustable. Combine this with the infinitely adjustable tiller, and this scooter easily accommodates nearly any user. Operating your scooter is made easier with the extra large buttons and well lit controls.
The Invacare Leo 4-Wheel mobility scooter comes complete with a nice standard package. For those users wanting additional perks though, there are several optional accessories available to enhance your experience. Add to the safety of your scooter with a rear view mirror. These mirrors be mounted on either side, or get two mirrors. For extra storage space, a rear basket is available. The standard front basket is great for carrying personal belongings, but if you'd like them to be kept securely then you can upgrade to a lockable front box. And if you require the use of a cane, crutches, a walker or if you use oxygen tanks, specialized holders are available for all of these.
YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME
I don't have extremely large feet so don't get me wrong... Where am I supposed to stick my feet on this thing? Was it designed for women with a size 6 shoe? I where a size 11.5 in mens and I have to point my toes out off the deck to have a place for my feet to fit. This isn't an easy task considering my condition.