Mobility Scooters San Diego
Get out and enjoy the outdoors with a Mobility Scooter in San Diego. Harmony Home Medical has fantastic service and prices on many models of scooters. We are located in San Diego but you can browse our online store and we can ship anywhere in the USA.
Mobility Scooters are perfect for shopping or going to the park
If you have any questions the best way to find out your answers quickly is to contact us or call us at (858) 560 8177
We have many options so come on down to San Diego and see us. We are located here.
Call Us at (858) 560-8177 or come in at 7640 Clairemont Mesa Blvd | San Diego, CA 92111
COMPANION 3-WHEEL FULL SIZE – NEW FOR 2018!$2,500.00
COMPANION 3-WHEEL MID-SIZE – NEW FOR 2018!!$2,200.00
COMPANION 4-WHEEL FULL SIZE- NEW FOR 2018!!$2,500.00
Golden Avenger Heavy Duty Scooter
Golden Patriot Heavy Duty Scooter
LiteRider Series 3-Wheel Scooter$1,600.00
Types of Mobility Scooters
Lightweight Easy to Transport
Lighter weight models are great if you do not have a vehicle with a ramp or lift installed. The lighter weight models you can break down into pieces and fit in in your car. The battery life is not as long, it is a smaller size, but great for a trip to the outlet malls or a stroll in the park.
Heavier Duty with longer Battery life
We carry some models of mobility scooters that can go a few hours without a recharge and reach exceptional speeds for a small electric motor. These scooters are built for comfort and distance, which makes them big and the only way to transport them in a vehicle is with a ramp or wheelchair lift, but if you live in a central area some have the battery life to go out straight from your home.
Driving an Electric Scooter
Driving a mobility scooter is very intuitive, it has bike-like handlebars that turn with ease. You sit in comfort on a soft backrest and with armrest. The forward and back controls are operated easily by a small lever and most of them have some kind of dial to turn for a faster or slower speed. The electric motors have their own breaking.
After Purchase Care
Once you purchase a mobility scooter from Harmony Home Medical the experience does not stop there.
We provide one-year FREE in-home service on all new wheelchairs.
We offer free light maintenance and adjustments in-store for life.
We can also adjust a lot of the chairs to accommodate needs of patients over time. Our bodies change and our needs change with time, so new cushion or back selections can be made if needed.
It’s important to buy your medical equipment from a company that stands by their products, and that is what Harmony does. We’re here to help and here to stay!
Not Ready to Buy, Try our Rental Program
We have a fantastic rental program. Choose between renting for 1 week, 2 weeks or 1 month:
Harmony Home Medical has:
- Standard Wheelchairs for rent
- Lightweight Wheelchairs for rent
- Transportation Wheelchairs for rent
Mobility Scooters are Easy to Drive
Driving a mobility scooter is very easy, they have great stability and handling. To go forward you pull a lever back, to reverse you push it forward. The steering heel is very simple, just twist like bicycle handlebars. These mobility scooters are made to be safe and have geared engines which make it impossible to get out of control on any inclines. Come in and try one today.
Lightweight Wheelchair Features
Lightweight wheelchairs are all about easy transportation. A few of our models come with great features like detachable wheels or folding wheelchair backrest. This allows you to easily get it in and out of the back of your car.
How to Use a Manual Wheelchair With One ArmOne of our amazing clients Linda made this video, on how she manages her wheelchaitr with only one arm. She is an amazing and strong willed women, check the video below to see how it is done
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