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Solo

Solo, most powerful mobility scooter with the best suspension
Have you heard of the Solo? A top-quality, highly comfortable mobility scooter, completely tailored to your requirements. The patented INDEGO suspension system can be adjusted to active, comfortable or extra suspension. As a result, this mobility scooter is especially suitable for travelling long distances and for people with painful conditions such as muscular disorders, backaches or rheumatism. Take it for a test drive and see for yourself!

Solo Elegance
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  • The Solo has an operating range of up to 70 km
  • Programmable speed limiter in bends
  • Indicators turn off automatically after the corner
  • The Solo is fast, it has no trouble keeping up with an electric bicycle at 18 km/h
  • Three pre-programmable drive settings
  • The INDEGO suspension system can be adjusted to active, comfortable or extra suspension
  • View the extra elegant model too, the Solo Elegance
  • Find your nearest dealer using our dealer locator!
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Specifications

Solo 3

Abbreviation Measurement points Specifications
HS Height scooter 120 cm
LS Length scooter 140 cm
WS Width scooter 64 cm
HF Height footplate 17 cm
SW Seat width 48 cm
SD Seat depth 44 cm
SH Seat height in relation to plate 45-53 cm
Maximum speed 18 km/h
Action radius 40 / 50 / 70 km*
Battery (Gel) 60 Ah / 73 Ah / 97 Ah
Charger 6A/24V, 8A/24V, 12A/24V
Total weight (excl. batteries) 96 kg
Maximum load bearing capacity 160 (option: 200 kg)
Turn radius 140 cm
Maximum gradient 10˚
Wheel size (pneumatic tyres on split rims) 3.00 - 8”
Complies with EN 12184 category C

* Depending on the set speed, outside temperature, weight of user, tyre tension etc.

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Solo 4

Abbreviation Measurement points Specifications
HS Height scooter 120 cm
LS Length scooter 140 cm
WS Width scooter 64 cm
HF Height footplate 17 cm
SW Seat width 48 cm
SD Seat depth 44 cm
SH Seat height* in relation to plate (incl. slide) 45-53 cm
Maximum speed 18 km/h
Action radius 35 / 45 / 65 km*
Gel batteries 60 Ah / 73 Ah / 97 Ah
Charger 6A/24V, 8A/24V, 12A/24V
Total weight (excl. batteries) 105 kg
Maximum load bearing capacity 160 (option: 200 kg)
Turn radius 167 cm
Maximum gradient 10˚
Wheel size (pneumatic tyres on split rims) 3.00 - 8”
Complies with EN 12184 category C

* Depending on the set speed, outside temperature, weight of user, tyre tension etc.

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Characteristics

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User experience

I’M TOO YOUNG TO RETIRE

THF_Coen_MulderCoen Mulder, now 68, has been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis since he was 48 years old and now drives a Solo mobility scooter. We asked him what he thinks about it. ‘It was a difficult step to switch to a mobility scooter. “I'm not ready yet,” many people say. But I just did it. Without a mobility scooter I had absolutely no freedom of movement anymore and I didn’t want to retire so young. That breaks you,’ says Coen, who was always on the road as a truck driver.

Blind faith

‘I’ve had rheumatoid arthritis for some 20 years now. Before the Solo I went through several other mobility scooters, but I never liked them. Since the Solo, this is my fourth now, I no longer need the belts. The fully adjustable suspension absorbs all the shocks. With this, I’ve actually earned it back, because those brackets of titanium and carbon cost 50,000 guilders at the time. And, not entirely unimportant: I have much less pain. I have blind faith in the Solo and in the last five years I have driven more than 11,000 km a year!’

Time for Coen Mulder to refuel

A great invention for Coen and other speed fiends on the mobility scooter is formed by the so-called 'hotspots', or charging points for electric mobility scooters. During his trips to the Veluwe, Coen Mulder soon clocks up 100 km. ‘Then it’s useful to be able to “refuel” in a restaurant on the way. And with the Solo I never have to worry; I drive easily through snow and along forest trails and I always come home safely. Now I come to places where I would not otherwise come,’ says Coen. ‘In my free time, but for work too, I take photographs. And I love nature. Sometimes I’m so absorbed by the birds I forget to take pictures.’ He laughs: ‘I always have the automatic beeps for reversing turned off first of all. This might be useful for some, but it frightens off the wildlife.’

Powerful mobility scooter

When asked if he has any tips for others, he answers: ‘I think it’s important that you really use it. You don’t need a mobility scooter for driving round the block. Many people don’t know that it really can be adapted to meet all your comfort requirements. Just ask. A few driving skills lessons are also recommendable. Look, I’ve got plenty of driving experience because of my background, but people do lose control sometimes. There’s so much power in an electric engine like this.’

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