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    Red face New mobility scooter! Feedback needed ahead of launch

    Hello everyone! I'm working on a project to do with a new mobility scooter and i'm really keen to get your feedback on the product - good points and bad points!

    If you have a spare ten minutes please can you watch the video of the product and complete the survey at the link below:

    https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/2QZ6TFX

    Thank you!

    Si

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    If, as you have described it, as a 'mobility scooter'; then why do all of the demonstrators in the video seem to be fully able-bodied?

    Why not use disabled people to demonstrate the product, or are they unable to pull it, open it, close it, use it; to a satisfactory standard.

    Also, I presume the product is aimed at a Global audience, otherwise you would have stated Clause 6 ... https://www.gov.uk/mobility-scooters...isabled-people

    Good luck with this 'prototype'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adexico View Post
    If, as you have described it, as a 'mobility scooter'; then why do all of the demonstrators in the video seem to be fully able-bodied?

    Why not use disabled people to demonstrate the product, or are they unable to pull it, open it, close it, use it; to a satisfactory standard.

    Also, I presume the product is aimed at a Global audience, otherwise you would have stated Clause 6 ... https://www.gov.uk/mobility-scooters...isabled-people

    Good luck with this 'prototype'.
    Spot on adexico as when I’ve been looking around to renew my scooter I think I found one, yes one YouTube video after hour upon hour of viewing that actually was someone who was disabled in respect of not having much use of arms or legs or both and that video was produced by a private user.

    I can’t help sometimes thinking the dealers are just selling their wares to OAP who are worse for wear than to disabled users, not that there’s nothing wrong in OAP’s using such equipment IMO but a few demo video’s of someone who’s is disabled would be so refreshing.

    I too wish the iFOLDi manufactures well in their product and it’s good to see much innovation going into mobility equipment so keep up the good work.

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