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Drive Medical Scout Compact Travel Power Scooter, 3 Wheel

Walmart # 552590520
$729.00$729.00
FSA and HSA eligible
  • Available Options: Walmart Protection Plan.
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Arrives by Mon, Dec 23

Free pickup Mon, Dec 23

Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St

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The Scout transportable scooter combines easy and convenient mobility with superior value. The Scout is compact, lightweight and easy to disassemble-perfect for taking wherever you want to go, either around the neighborhood or far from home. It can be disassembled quickly and easily into five easy-to-handle pieces for loading into a car, truck, or van and taking shopping or on vacation. The three-wheel version of the Scout allows for nimbly negotiating indoor obstacles. The Scout also offers great features like a quick connect battery pack and a delta-style tiller to make operating the scooter easier for those with limited strength or dexterity. This model comes with color-through panels to hide scuffs and scratches and black wheel rims.

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The Scout transportable scooter combines easy and convenient mobility with superior value. The Scout is compact, lightweight and easy to disassemble-perfect for taking wherever you want to go, either around the neighborhood or far from home. It can be disassembled quickly and easily into five easy-to-handle pieces for loading into a car, truck, or van and taking shopping or on vacation. The three-wheel version of the Scout allows for nimbly negotiating indoor obstacles. The Scout also offers great features like a quick connect battery pack and a delta-style tiller to make operating the scooter easier for those with limited strength or dexterity. This model comes with color-through panels to hide scuffs and scratches and black wheel rims.
  • Quick and easy disassembly
  • Interchangeable color panels hide scuffs and scratches
  • Armrests are padded and adjustable
  • Quick connect batteries
  • Ergonomic throttle control
  • Height-adjustable swivel seat with fold-down backrest
  • Flat-free, non-marking tires
  • Large, plastic carry basket
  • Easy-to-adjust tiller
  • Anti-tip wheels
  • Delta tiller
  • Easy freewheel operation
  • Overall Product Length: 42.5"
  • Overall Product Height: 35"
  • Primary Product Material: Steel
  • Primary Product Color: Red
  • Seat Width: 16.5"
  • Seat Depth: 16"
  • Seat To Floor Height: 17" 19"
  • Number Of Wheels: 3
  • Max Speed: 4.25 Mph
  • Anti Tip Wheels: Yes
  • Rear Wheels: 8" X 2" Flat Free
  • Batteries: 2 12v 12ah
  • Battery Weight: 20 Lbs
  • Base Weight: 49 Lbs
  • Brakes: Electromagnetic
  • Charger: Offboard, 2a
  • Climbing Angle: 6 Degrees
  • Controller: Cte 45a
  • Maximum Range: 9 Miles
  • Motor: 24v X 270w X 4700rpm
  • Front Wheels: 8" X 2" Flat Free
  • Ground Clearance: 2.5"
  • Seat Weight: 16 Lbs
  • Turning Radius: 45.5"
  • Product Weight Capacity: 300 Lbs
  • Actual Product Weight: 85 Lbs
  • Overall Product Width: 20.5"
  • Heaviest Piece: 29 Lbs

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Specifications

Brand
Drive Medical
Features
Swivel Seat
Manufacturer Part Number
SFSCOUT3
Color
Red
Model
SFSCOUT3
Maximum Speed
4.25 mph
Material
Steel
Assembled Product Weight
85 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
42.50 x 20.50 x 35.00 Inches

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5 stars
49
4 stars
16
3 stars
1
2 stars
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1 star
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Most helpful positive review
63 customers found this helpful
No longer homebound
I lost ability to walk a yr ago but had 7 yrs of previous issues and have you used walkers canes rollators & wheelchairs. I slowly saw my active life going downhill and being stuck in the house with no normal life. Insurance doesnt cover mobility scooters if you need outside the house mainly even if you have a lot of doctors appointments on a regular basis like myself. I did my research for over a month checking out other companies and units. Because paying out-of-pocket this was most reasonable even on a low budget. This model is normally over $900 to $1,700. From medical supplies companies. At first I thought there was something wrong with the pricing. But I called Drive Medical to make sure there wasnt a catch, that they are official equipment. The rep was amazed that the price was half the amount the medical supplies stores and providers have them for. But these come direct from Drive Medical. No going to the medical place or doctors to get it which saves you & your insurance. This is your item you own this. When going through Insurance it is only rented is not technically yours until i beleive mth 15. I put the scooter together myself it took a little longer than the two minutes due to being handicapped obviously. It was very easy besides tightening the seat nut and bolt. I had to find tool for that was just right. The only downfall was they didn't say you had to flip a knob on the front to get the wheels unlocked in the manual which is not Walmart's fault. I took it for a test ride down to the shopping center 1.6 miles from my house it took me about 28 minutes because I had 3 main street lights to cross and a little down hill incline. Which the scooter handled well it would not handle much more of an incline going up. Which they do state limits for inclined. Went to a grocery store & a discount store which I was in about an hour going up and down the aisles. I was driving the scooter about 2 hours total before it was down to red lights. I did turn the power off while waiting at the stop lights as well as waiting in line at the grocery store I'm not sure if that would have wore the battery down more or if it helps but I was just trying it out. Lol the basket holds a decent amount of stuff and I also could put groceries on the floor. The fact that it's compatible it's perfect for trips I'll be taking it when I go to Niagara Falls verse rent one period when flying or taking a bus the luggage can go on the floor of the scooter so its better then a rolator or wheelchair. Is very handi. It charged very fast to the full power I want to say it took a few hours. But that's not bad since it went to fully powered. I use a pillow for added comfort & height. The Paratransit busses have room for these and now I am able to get out of the house and do normal people activities which I couldn't do before I got this. I would struggle using a rollator in a wheelchair. A very good investment. Now I just need to either learn the hand signals or find signals to put on the back seat & basket. Lol I will be buying the little light to put on the basket for night time. Drive Medical said they do cover the warranty just have to call them with the units number. I just don't know where to find that since it's not with the paper or in manual.
Most helpful negative review
2 customers found this helpful
Wost purchase ever!
This scooter is absolutely my worst purchase ever! It never worked well, and after 2 months of use it just doesn't work at all anymore!
Most helpful positive review
63 customers found this helpful
No longer homebound
I lost ability to walk a yr ago but had 7 yrs of previous issues and have you used walkers canes rollators & wheelchairs. I slowly saw my active life going downhill and being stuck in the house with no normal life. Insurance doesnt cover mobility scooters if you need outside the house mainly even if you have a lot of doctors appointments on a regular basis like myself. I did my research for over a month checking out other companies and units. Because paying out-of-pocket this was most reasonable even on a low budget. This model is normally over $900 to $1,700. From medical supplies companies. At first I thought there was something wrong with the pricing. But I called Drive Medical to make sure there wasnt a catch, that they are official equipment. The rep was amazed that the price was half the amount the medical supplies stores and providers have them for. But these come direct from Drive Medical. No going to the medical place or doctors to get it which saves you & your insurance. This is your item you own this. When going through Insurance it is only rented is not technically yours until i beleive mth 15. I put the scooter together myself it took a little longer than the two minutes due to being handicapped obviously. It was very easy besides tightening the seat nut and bolt. I had to find tool for that was just right. The only downfall was they didn't say you had to flip a knob on the front to get the wheels unlocked in the manual which is not Walmart's fault. I took it for a test ride down to the shopping center 1.6 miles from my house it took me about 28 minutes because I had 3 main street lights to cross and a little down hill incline. Which the scooter handled well it would not handle much more of an incline going up. Which they do state limits for inclined. Went to a grocery store & a discount store which I was in about an hour going up and down the aisles. I was driving the scooter about 2 hours total before it was down to red lights. I did turn the power off while waiting at the stop lights as well as waiting in line at the grocery store I'm not sure if that would have wore the battery down more or if it helps but I was just trying it out. Lol the basket holds a decent amount of stuff and I also could put groceries on the floor. The fact that it's compatible it's perfect for trips I'll be taking it when I go to Niagara Falls verse rent one period when flying or taking a bus the luggage can go on the floor of the scooter so its better then a rolator or wheelchair. Is very handi. It charged very fast to the full power I want to say it took a few hours. But that's not bad since it went to fully powered. I use a pillow for added comfort & height. The Paratransit busses have room for these and now I am able to get out of the house and do normal people activities which I couldn't do before I got this. I would struggle using a rollator in a wheelchair. A very good investment. Now I just need to either learn the hand signals or find signals to put on the back seat & basket. Lol I will be buying the little light to put on the basket for night time. Drive Medical said they do cover the warranty just have to call them with the units number. I just don't know where to find that since it's not with the paper or in manual.
Most helpful negative review
2 customers found this helpful
Wost purchase ever!
This scooter is absolutely my worst purchase ever! It never worked well, and after 2 months of use it just doesn't work at all anymore!
1-5 of 67 reviews

No longer homebound

I lost ability to walk a yr ago but had 7 yrs of previous issues and have you used walkers canes rollators & wheelchairs. I slowly saw my active life going downhill and being stuck in the house with no normal life. Insurance doesnt cover mobility scooters if you need outside the house mainly even if you have a lot of doctors appointments on a regular basis like myself. I did my research for over a month checking out other companies and units. Because paying out-of-pocket this was most reasonable even on a low budget. This model is normally over $900 to $1,700. From medical supplies companies. At first I thought there was something wrong with the pricing. But I called Drive Medical to make sure there wasnt a catch, that they are official equipment. The rep was amazed that the price was half the amount the medical supplies stores and providers have them for. But these come direct from Drive Medical. No going to the medical place or doctors to get it which saves you & your insurance. This is your item you own this. When going through Insurance it is only rented is not technically yours until i beleive mth 15. I put the scooter together myself it took a little longer than the two minutes due to being handicapped obviously. It was very easy besides tightening the seat nut and bolt. I had to find tool for that was just right. The only downfall was they didn't say you had to flip a knob on the front to get the wheels unlocked in the manual which is not Walmart's fault. I took it for a test ride down to the shopping center 1.6 miles from my house it took me about 28 minutes because I had 3 main street lights to cross and a little down hill incline. Which the scooter handled well it would not handle much more of an incline going up. Which they do state limits for inclined. Went to a grocery store & a discount store which I was in about an hour going up and down the aisles. I was driving the scooter about 2 hours total before it was down to red lights. I did turn the power off while waiting at the stop lights as well as waiting in line at the grocery store I'm not sure if that would have wore the battery down more or if it helps but I was just trying it out. Lol the basket holds a decent amount of stuff and I also could put groceries on the floor. The fact that it's compatible it's perfect for trips I'll be taking it when I go to Niagara Falls verse rent one period when flying or taking a bus the luggage can go on the floor of the scooter so its better then a rolator or wheelchair. Is very handi. It charged very fast to the full power I want to say it took a few hours. But that's not bad since it went to fully powered. I use a pillow for added comfort & height. The Paratransit busses have room for these and now I am able to get out of the house and do normal people activities which I couldn't do before I got this. I would struggle using a rollator in a wheelchair. A very good investment. Now I just need to either learn the hand signals or find signals to put on the back seat & basket. Lol I will be buying the little light to put on the basket for night time. Drive Medical said they do cover the warranty just have to call them with the units number. I just don't know where to find that since it's not with the paper or in manual.

Gave my Mom's mobility back

I bought this for my 91 year old Mom. She had to start using a walker around the house as she has heart and back problems. Just walking from one end of the house to the other wore her out. Now that she had her scooter she is all over the house. It was very easy to put together and small enough to get to where ever she wants to go. The battery seams to just go on forever. My Mom loves her little scooter.

I Love It!

I love this scooter. Got it just in time for our Mother's Day event at Knotts Berry Farm Brunch. I am 5' 1", 228 lbs. and it fit me nicely (Even though I have wide hips). It's sturdy and easy to maneuver. I was worried about the quality, but no need. It handled the up and down ramps in addition to those little yellow speed bumps very well without wavering. Great price, Great value! Glad I bought it..

Awesome Scooter

I have many medical issues, back problems and a hip replacement., to name a few. Going to the pool in our Mobile home Park is only a few 100 yards away but the only relief I get from my pain is is doing exercises in my pool. Walking there was becoming more and more difficult, Many residents have Golf carts, but that wasn't for me. I saw the Spitfire on line and was hooked. I love everything about it, and the interchangeable colors from red to blue is an added bonus, what a great idea! I love my scooter and now I'm out of the house a lot more often, and getting stronger every day. Thanks Walmart for an affordable Scooter that is one wonderful ride!

Outstanding Scooter for MS patients

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and this item has made me more independent again. I wasn't sure at first, so I waited to test drive it first to make a comment. I was always independent before and it was hard for me to ask for help. I'm not perfect, but with GOD's help, this has been a Blessing for me.

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by TevyApril 9, 2017


Last answer: August 8, 2017
1. Drive Medical Scout Compact Travel Power Scooter, 3 Wheel, Extended Battery Is compact, lightweight, and easy to disassemble into five manageable pieces, making it ideal for both daily use and travel that requires vehicle transportation. Base Weight: 49 lbs and Battery Weight: 26 lbs
by Drive Medical Support
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Last answer: August 8, 2017

by LgSeptember 19, 2019


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Product warranty:Limited Lifetime on Frame; 14 Month Limited on Electronics, Controller and Drive Train components; 6 Month Limited on Battery
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Electrode, Comp-812497696, DC-prod-az-southcentralus-14, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-30.0.3-ebf-2, SHA-8c8e8dc1c07e462c80c1b82096c2da2858100078, CID-937cad88-f77-16f08bacda1a52, Generated: Sun, 15 Dec 2019 08:44:18 GMT