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    Quote Originally Posted by endo_aftermath View Post
    $325 is just for the mounting bracket. Their recommended scooter is another $999. Of course, other scooters are much less expensive.
    Oh Well! if I had the scooter, I'd make my own brackets. I thought it was too good to be true, but some of the stuff from China these days, you'd think it was false advertising (pricing). Still, at $999 it sounds pretty great. If I didn't already have a Freewheel and the ZX1 (both bought cheap/used), I'd be ordering one!

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    I think you coud by a used scooter and make ur own channel iron drill cotter pins

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    Just tested Batec and runs smooth (quad version) but pricey sucker...
    Found this Chinese one for $ 986 + shipping
    www.MiracleofWalk.com

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    Are there any affordable scooters under $500 that don't require 'a push
    to go' or does one require fiddling with the controller to allow variable
    speed? Can it be done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by comad View Post
    Just tested Batec and runs smooth (quad version) but pricey sucker...
    Found this Chinese one for $ 986 + shipping
    That is cool!! That could work better than zx1 (clamps onto camber bar to use it) for someone driving from their chair, as the lockdown for the chair could be installed on the camber bar and left there.

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    What's exciting about the scooter is that I or my wife could lift it into the car, unlike the 75lb ZX-1.
    69yo male T12 complete since 1995
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    doesnt the smart drive do the same with less equipment?

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    It’s a whole lot more money
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfcs49 View Post
    It’s a whole lot more money
    most insurances cover it , I know Medicare and Medicaid do

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    And whole lot slower...

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