Feature: The SupaScoota Spartan.

The SupaScoota Spartan can carry a maximum user weight of 32 stone. This is because the Spartan is made using reinforced steel. The Spartan has a turning radius of 98cm, can be folded down and lifted into a car and is the ideal folding heavy-duty mobility scooter.

The Spartan’s unique selling point is that it is a folding lightweight scooter that can carry a user weight of up to 32 stone. This means the Spartan can be classed as a bariatric mobility scooter. As we explore in this blog, the Spartan is about a lot more than its maximum weight capacity which sets it apart from other bariatric mobility scooters.

SupaScoota Spartan SupaScoota Spartan partially disassembled SupaScoota Spartan folded

The Spartan is designed to be as easy to fold down as possible, it can be folded from ready for use to ready for transport in under 10 seconds. The Spartan deconstructs in different ways to make it as lightweight as possible whilst retaining its strength.

The seat on the Spartan folds completely flat. This is great for storage, but for transport the seat lifts completely away from the chassis. The seat is easy to remove, and this is what enables the Spartan to fit in the boot of a car. The handlebars unlock from their upright riding position and fold down across the chassis to lock into place in the folded position. This is convenient for transportation and safe for the end-user when they are lifting the Spartan. After removing the seat and folding the handlebars, many users will be able to lift the Spartan into a car boot.

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We know that some users need their mobility scooter to be as light as possible before they feel confident to lift it. The Spartan has a removable battery. This is convenient when re-charging the battery but is also great for making the scooter lighter before lifting. The rear wheels and the motor of the Spartan can also uncouple from the chassis. This process leads to the Spartan being in its fully deconstructed state. In this state, the Spartan is as lightweight and easy to transport as possible.

Once fully reconstructed, the Spartan is ready to go. The Spartan can travel up to 4mph, this is the legal limit for lightweight mobility scooters on pavements and pathways in the UK. The Spartan comes with electronic stability control to help you feel safe and secure while riding. When cornering, the electronic stability control slows down the Spartan to keep you in control. Battery ranges can vary depending on the user’s weight, the terrain, and the incline of where the Spartan is being driven. It is for this reason that the Spartan can hold an optional spare battery pack to increase your driving range. The SupaScoota Spartan is a great aid for those with limited mobility who are looking to rediscover their independence.


If the SupaScoota Spartan appeals to you then why not book a free no-obligation home demonstration? One of our mobility consultants will help you test the Spartan to make sure that it is the right mobility scooter for you. Give us a call today on: 0333 414 1881 for more information.

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