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Zappy 3 Pro-Flex Scooter

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The ZAPPY 3 Pro-Flex Electric Scooter is fast, fun, friendly and now it folds!
The ZAPPY3 PRO JR is an innovative new electric vehicle that is revolutionizing personal transportation and rehab mobility at home and in the workplace. Designed for either seated or stand-up use, the PRO model goes up to 24 miles on a single charge and has a top speed of 13 miles per hour*. Three wheels provide greater stability and safety than regular two wheeled transporters, not to mention more torque and longer range for more rigorous use.

The advanced wheel-motor design built into the front wheel allows for better overall performance, efficiency as well as maneuverability, with a turning-radius which allows the user to make a tight 360° turn.The PRO has the same or better performance than other mobility devices and operates at a lower cost. It plugs into any conventional 110-volt household outlet and has zero exhaust emissions, making it great for indoor use and personal transportation outdoors.

Features:

  • Stand up or sit down ride
  • New flexible folding feature
  • Powerful 350 watt wheel motor
  • 36V/12 AH battery
  • New BMS/Controller
  • 13 MPH speed
  • Up to 17 mile range
  • New 7-LED headlight
  • New battery monitor display
  • New ignition key on handlebar
  • A comfortable, wide seat
  • Lightweight materials
  • No special tools required
  • Easily fits in RV slide-out bin
  • 350 watt wheel motor
  • No belts or chains
  • Instant torque
  • Power to climb hills
  • Power to handle 290 lb rider

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Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 109 lbs.

Dimensions: Handlebars fold down for storage to 29"H x 27 1/4"W x 41"L

Documents:

Manufacturer: Zap Usa

Mfg Part #: 99-Z3P-51250

Tech Notes: Tech Specs

  • 350 watt brushless DC wheel motor
  • Charging time 4-6 hours
  • 36-volt 12 amp/hour battery
  • Pneumatic tires
  • Silver/black deck
  • Max. rider weight 290 lbs.
  • Mfr. part #99-Z3Z-51250
  • Scooter weight 100 lbs.
  • Shipping weight 109 lbs.



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    Zappy 3 Pro-Flex Scooter: Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed by 8 customers

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    Zappy goes to Disney


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 13, 2014
    I've had my Zappy going on 3 years. It is great for running around parks such as Disney World. It makes it possible for me to keep up with the young ones. Since it has the same footprint as a mobility scooter, I can take it on the buses and monorail. I also travel all around my home town on it; to the bank, grocery store, restaurants. Does not work on dirt roads. Because I am not able to lift it, I put a lift on my car, and I found that a patio chair cover, held in place with bungee cords, keeps it dry.
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    Very Nice In The Right Setting


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    March 18, 2013
    I purchased this vehicle because my wife has MS(Multiple Sclerosis) and thought that it might make mobility easier for her. It Does Not, at least at this time. I plan to modify it to make it more flexible for her to use. If you have issues with strength in your legs, this item may not be right for you. The Foot Rest Area Is Not Long Enough At The Front and The Seat Not Wide Enough To Support Her From Falling Over, Even At The Lowest Setting. I am looking to change these 2 issues. Also The Handle Bars Are Too High To Support Her Size At The Lowest Setting, another thing I plan to change... If Anyone Out There, Including Camping World or Zappy Has Any Suggestions, I Am Open To Them. I Plan To Keep The Vehicle So I Will Need To Adjust A Few Things. Other Than These Issues, I am happy with the item and sometimes use to for myself to retrieve the mail or visit the neighbors down the road.
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    Grate Scooter


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    August 28, 2012
    We love it, Fantastic way to get around large campgrounds
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    hard surface only


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    July 20, 2012
    Does not do well on loose gravel as found in several campgrounds. Diggs in in soft sand, and if you are on a slope it may roll backwards. Fast and smooth on driveways and Hard Trails.
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    A Lot of Fun!


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    June 19, 2012
    We bought this for my Dad who has trouble getting around. He felt a little insecure on it, so we bought a bicycle seat back for it. Now he feels much more secure. My husband and I love to take it for a spin on a hot day to cool off. We are taking it on a trip this weekend and my Dad will use it. I'm looking forward to it...it fits in the back of our car perfectly and is easy to get in an out (with 2 people). It's not super heavy.
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    Happy Camper!


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 28, 2012
    I've had my Zappy 3 for about 6 months, and it is great! A full charge lasts forever, but I only ride it for maybe 2 (or less) miles a day. I charge it maybe every 2 or 3 weeks. When charge gets below a full indication (3 lights out of 4) you'll want to charge it again, because the power will drop off noticeably when going up any grade. It is peppy, you have to have a gentle touch on the throttle when starting out, or you will peel rubber, or fall off. I'm a full time RVer and everyone at the campgrounds wants to know about it. I like it best using the seat, just feels a bit safer to me than standing on it. It could use a speedometer and a parking brake to make it perfect. And since it can't get wet, they should sell a cover for it. A riding lawnmower cover has worked well for me. It is well made, sturdy, heavy enough to make it stable, and goes faster than I ever want to go. I've only had it up to half speed (maybe 5 or 6 MPH) and that is more than fast enough for me. Lots of fun. I don't recommend this for gravel roads, it is really for a fairly smooth surface. I ride on some semi- rough asphalt all the time without any problem, but feel a bit unsure of it when on some loose cinder rock or on un-level ground (the lawn or campground grassy areas). Hitting a hole or tree root could send you flying off it. Sidewalks and most paved roads are a easy to navigate safely with a light touch on the throttle. With the provided tool kit, you can disassemble it into 3 pieces and they fit nicely in the back seat area of my extra cab pick-up. It is not real easy to disassemble and put back together, but not all that tough either. Would be easier if I had a partner to help hold it while aligning the bolts. Buy it, but wait to assemble until you can keep it dry under cover.
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    Wonderful Ride


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    January 27, 2012
    My husband and I got one a piece and boy do we love um fit right into our Ford Edge and we can still take the car. Perfect and ideal situation for camping with out the hassel of leaving the car at home to take a gulf cart. We even use them at home to go to Walmart which is 3 miles away.
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    Great product


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    January 17, 2012
    I purchased a Zappy3 proflex from Camping World last week (January 12,2012) and I just wanted to let you know how much I like the product and the amount of attention and inquires I have gotton from people seeing me on it. My wife and I are full time RVers and are traveling the United States. We are now in San Diego and the last 4 days we have given the zappy3 a very hard work out. by riding the city trolly on all 3 lines off and on, riding the troll to the stop and see the US Midway museum and taking Old Town trolly around the city. On Sunday We went to the San Diego Zoo and spent the day and put it to the real test of seeing the whole zoo and doing most of the steep hills without a problem. It allowes me me to go places and do things I could not do because of my feet isues. The bigges problems I have that it does not break down for transporting in my truck and that their is no parking brake when I am off the machine or riding on public transportation. The Zap does much better on hard surfaces. This has been a very positive experience and feel I could be a representive for the product and company and offer how to improve it as we travel around the country. I am able to see and not feel like being handicaped as when i have used the other types of scooters. The Zap puts me at I leavel with other people and I really like that I can stand and not have to sit.
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