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FS: GO GO elite traveller - 4 Wheeled Mobility Scooter £175.00

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:124 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
Used, and in average to good used condition. Full working order. Includes 2 arms and optional walking stick holder not shown in pictures. Supplied with Battery, charger, 2 keys, original manual and 2 sets of coloured trim - photos show red fitted.

The Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller is one of the most portable and affordable scooters on the market.

The Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller offers great manoeuverability and stability which alows the scooter to negotiate narrow hallways and tight spaces easily.

The Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller mobility scooters classic design, easy to use controls and fantastic outdoor performance make the Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller perfect for your travels!

To view a video : http://www.mobility-uk-equipment.co.uk/pride-go-go-elite-traveller-221-p.asp
Collection only from outskirts of Edinburgh. EH29 postcode

Payment : Cash on collection preferred, PPG or BT accepted.
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:124 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative

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check out video at : http://www.mobility-uk-equipment.co.uk/pride-go-go-elite-traveller-221-p.asp


The two pictures below show the seat cushion, where the 2 poppers have popped. I have only ever manager to reconnect 1 at a time but you might be stronger than me to pull the flaps together. Doesn't affect the function of the seat or the scooter.
How old is it, the mother might be interested. She stays in Livingston therefore collection not a problem.
I have the original delivery note dated 27/11/2006, so just over 3 years. Has been used about twice a week over that time just for trips round the shops etc, and the battery still holds very good charge.

Just noticed also in the last picture that one of the 2 screw-in clamps that holds the arms in place is missing, but they are held in place by clamps and pins and the pins are all there (easier to demonstrate than explain here). They are easily obtained from Pride in the UK, but as we hardly used the arms I've not noticed it was missing.
Sorry but she is not interested, thinks it will be to complicated.
NO problem - although a "test drive" is always possible !
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