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Thread: The Lighter Minimo Plus Folding Mobility Scooter is Launched by TGA

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    The Lighter Minimo Plus Folding Mobility Scooter is Launched by TGA

    Building on the nationwide popularity of the Minimo range of folding mobility scooters, TGA has introduced an enhanced version of its Minimo Plus for even greater levels of independence and transportablity.

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    This latest version of the Minimo Plus is easier to lift, provides an upgraded driving experience and delivers additional safety. Its advanced lightweight design combines the compact size of the original Minimo with extra features normally only associated with larger, mid-range mobility scooters. This latest Plus model can be easily folded in a single, one-handed action and is ideally suited to storage in a car boot or for transit on buses, trains and planes.

    The Minimo Plus gives the owner the choice of either folding and lifting as a complete scooter or removing the new detachable seat for even easier handling. With the seat detached, the Minimo Plus is one of the lightest folding ‘car boot’ scooters available today.

    The enhanced Minimo Plus also includes the following amazing new features:

    • NEW automatic safety sensor that reduces speed around corners (optional)
    • NEW removable seat
    • NEW carbon fibre components – only weighs 21.85kg without seat
    • NEW fully adjustable arm rests
    • NEW built-in, high visibility LED light


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    If you cut through all the fancy gadgets you are still ending up with a glorified 3 wheeler.

    OK on the straight and flat but you decide to mount a dropped kerb at a slight angle and you'll be biting tarmac quicker than Catlover can say Meow! Taken from personnal experience.

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    Maybe thats what those little 'training wheels' are for, to try and stop it tipping over.
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