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    Senior Member nukecad's Avatar
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    Good video;

    How do we get this promoted so that more people can see it?

    I don't do Faceache myself but can everyone with a Facebook account please share it to as many as they can?

    And what about someone from TGA making a comment, you post on here to advertise your scooters how about some feedback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterman View Post
    Received delivery of my new TGA Eclipse on Monday and managed to unpack it myself. It was a bit touch and go at times but managed to get there in the end (took 3 short breaks!). Here is my Youtube video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Um4TGBn2VE

    Must say though the high capacity battery is seriously heavy. When I've got time I going to try to assemble it myself.
    An excellent video and true to life. Thank you scooterman for sharing this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyS View Post
    An excellent video and true to life. Thank you scooterman for sharing this.
    Full marks scooterman!


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    Thanks for the feedback. I will post to the TGA site and see how it goes.

    I failed miserably though when trying to assemble it. The video was too undignified to broadcast lol Once I'm a bit more familiar with it I will try posting another video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterman View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. I will post to the TGA site and see how it goes.

    I failed miserably though when trying to assemble it. The video was too undignified to broadcast lol Once I'm a bit more familiar with it I will try posting another video.
    Actually the fact it was 'real' and true to life, made it more honest, no background lighting in a lovely well lit studio. This is real. Personally I prefer the real deal to one with gloss, airbrushing etc.

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    Please note that if you would like a reply or comment from TGA about the delivery and assembly of scooters you could post in the 'Suppliers News' which is the forum where Suppliers, dealers and those advertising a service are limited to posting.

    http://www.youreable.com/forums/foru...Suppliers-news

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    Thanks Admin. I will post there immediately. The seat is completely jammed and the company I got it from are not very helpful.

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    I am still waiting on PIP resolution before making a purchase (Pride go go sport is still the top contender) but today I have picked up a pride go go to hire for a month. I think it's the pride go go elite traveller but I'm not 100% sure. A bugger to get in and out of the car but not impossible and I'm sure I'll get better at it after a few practices. My back will not thank me and I could not take it apart to get in and out of the car indefinitely (a hoist is essential long term) but I'll find a way to manage for a few weeks. Will not use every day but nice to have over the holiday period and good to be able to actually go places. If the weather is decent I might even try going to the zoo with it. It's a good opportunity to find out whether this kind of scooter suits me as it's very similar to the Sport I want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catlover View Post
    I am still waiting on PIP resolution before making a purchase (Pride go go sport is still the top contender) but today I have picked up a pride go go to hire for a month..
    Id be careful before choosing the Pride Gogo range..... not exactly known for their build quality in the industry.......

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    Where abouts are you based? I could tell you the most highly regarded places to visit local to yourself...
    ( anon industry insider...)

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