Product description supplied by Monarch Mobility


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Monarch Mobility’s Martin says suppliers have been attempting, with varying levels of success, to reduce the weight of automatic folding mobility scooters to enable users to be able to lift their devices into the car.

“Many have tried and failed, however those who have, have stripped back the folding scooter to the bare bones and the end-user looks like they are riding a few tubes of metal,” he suggests.

“Here at Monarch Mobility, we have designed a new folding scooter that has kept its sleekness and looks but has a maximum weight of its heaviest part of 11.5kg.”

In addition to being ultra-lightweight, Monarch Mobility notes that its fully automatic folding Mojo mobility scooter comes with a pressure relief air cushion seat and backrest to enhance riders’ comfort, as well as unique honeycomb tyres for a smoother ride.

Coming with LED lights and LCD display, the Mojo mobility scooter can carry users up to 21 stone, is fully detachable and has a range of 9 miles.


To find out more, contact sales@monarchmobility.com or call 01422 323 888

To learn more about the product, visit the company’s website: www.monarchmobility.com


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