The Galaxy II is equipped with an adjustable backrest that can be adjusted to individual requirements, a user friendly and intuitive dashboard with tip-touch control, the option to be left / right to operate and a removable basket to front. Relatively long range and power efficient use the Galaxy II is your ideal partner when doing errands or for excursions!
Also, the Galaxy II is fitted with an angle adjustable steering wheel, bumpers front and rear, a headrest, impact resistant covers, a depth-adjustable seat slide and height adjustable and foldable armrests . The seat is rotated 360°, the seat back is folded down and come back angle adjustment. Also, the seat is removable and adjustable in height. In addition, the Galaxy II brake lights, telescopic shock absorbers in the front fork and adjustable naregelbare suspension on the rear wheels.
The four-wheel version is available in six different colours, with batteries and charger.
Your reason for choosing Galaxy II:
- Whisper-quiet motor
- Reliable concept
- Telescopic shock absorbers and adjustable naregelbare suspension
- Equipped with brake lights
- Height adjustable, 360 degree rotating seat with headrest
- Height adjustable folding, removable armrests
- Angle adjustable steering column
The range is measured under ideal circumstances in a clinical test. Range can vary and is influenced by the battery condition, user weight, road conditions, outside temperature, tire pressure and way of usage.
Delivery & Collection options
Unfortunately we do not offer delivery on this product just yet. If you would like to request a booking to view this product, or reserve a product in store please contact your local branch to arrange this.
Do you need insurance for this scooter?
– No insurance is needed for mobility scooters, however it is recommended, if you’re thinking about insurance, check our our insurance services page it can provide you with the right information going forward.
Are 4 wheel mobility scooters better than 3 wheel scooters?
– 4-Wheel scooters often provide an improved stability over 3-wheel scooters. Making them a better option for users who plan to regularly drive on uneven flooring (outdoors typically).
How much does it cost to run a mobility scooter?
– After the initial price of the product, mobility scooters are incredibly cheap to run. With the typical cost of charging the scooter roughly around 10p per night. Although often repair works and maintenance could be costly, we recommend insurance in the event that damages do occur you are covered.