Drive ZooMe Auto-Flex
- Auto-folding seat
- Electronically folds and unfolds in 15 seconds
- Arrives fully assembled
- Lightweight aluminum alloy frame
- Delta tiller
- Flat-free, non-marking tires
- Top Speed: 4.00 mph
- Drive Range: 13.00 miles
- Heaviest Piece: 55 lbs.
- Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
- Weight: 60 lbs.
The ZooMe Auto-Flex takes folding travel scooters to the next level. The ZooMe Auto-Flex folds and unfolds electronically. Once folded, the ZooMe is incredibly compact for storage or transport, so it's an ideal solution for travel or day-to-day use. A total weight of just 60 pounds and an aluminum alloy frame makes the scooter light enough for transport, but strong enough for everyday usage.
The ZooMe Auto-Flex will fold and unfold on its own in 15 seconds or less with the use of a wireless key fob. If bending over to fold or disassemble and assemble other scooters have kept you from getting a travel or folding scooter, the ZooMe Auto-Flex is your answer. The ZooMe's four wheels feature low-maintenance flat free, non-marking tires. With four wheels, the ZooMe is stable on a variety of terrains, but it also features rear anti-tip wheels for extra security. When you're ready to pack the ZooMe, just fold the seat back down, pull the handle up on the foot deck, push the ends of the scooter together, and you're ready to go. Folded, the ZooMe takes up just 17"x17"x23.5" of space, which allows it to be packed for almost any occasion.
What You Need to Know When Ordering
In addition to Free Curbside Delivery, several premium delivery options are available, see details at right. Inside Delivery brings the box indoors, ground level only. Curbside Delivery and Tech Set-Up brings the box to your residence, then a technician comes by appointment to unbox and perform the initial set up. If you need additional service, White Glove Delivery is available as well.
Please note: Delivery agents are not permitted to conduct patient training on this equipment
* FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments.