- Compact, rugged folding scooter
- Unfolds in just 23 seconds
- Unrivaled turning radius
Folding Power Scooter Perfect for Travel!
The Luggie Standard Power Scooter (Classic) is an economical option for anyone that wants a compact and rugged folding travel scooter. It has a wonderful turning radius and dependable stability.
Easy to Fold and Go
Our customers love how easy the Luggie Power Scooter is to fold up without any tools. You’ll never have to get on your hands and knees again to take apart and put back together your travel scooter. It unfolds in a mere 23 seconds! Once folded, the Luggie rolls along conveniently like a travel suitcase. Experience for yourself, the simplicity and reliability of the world’s best designed folding travel scooter.
- Luggie Armrest – Left $75.00
- Luggie Armrest – Right $75.00
- Luggie Soft Storage Case $150.00
- In-Home Charging Station $108.00
- Replacement Battery 8.5 AH $520.00
- Replacement Battery 10.5 AH $645.00
- Cane Holder $20.00
- Replacement Charger - Power Cord $185.00
"I thought I’d just report back about travels with my Luggie. I’d bought it to take on my visits to family in Oslo and I have to say its performance exceeded my expectations. At Manchester airport on the way out the young lady at the baggage check-in was reluctant to accept my scooter because of its weight. However I pointed out I’d travelled with SAS before with a much heavier electric wheelchair. Eventually I was directed to a hidden away special baggage area where they accepted it without question. I met a man with the identical scooter and case who was also flying with SAS albeit on a different flight and we compared notes. We’d both had the same experience. Thereafter everything went absolutely smoothly. As I travel alone I have to have help in the airport terminals and no one refused to ‘dolly’ the case. Likewise taxi drivers were most obliging – I always asked for estate cars. For the return flight I did put the battery in my hand luggage in order to reduce the weight of the scooter case but I don’t think I need have bothered. In the Oslo suburbs the Luggie coped perfectly with the steeper paths and pavements and it went with me on the T-bane (underground) into the city centre. I didn’t go on buses but they are mostly wheelchair accessible. I am now planning my next trip! ”
"The Luggie (and its owner) performed beautifully onboard Azura. We were constantly being stopped by other passengers asking what it was and where did we get it. It was transported on and off board with all our other luggage and was waiting for us when we reached our cabin. It was certainly an excellent buy. ”
"I just wanted to share this photo with you. I took my Luggie on a flight from Taiwan to LA. I was able to drive from the terminal all the way to my seat. The ground staff can handle the Luggie very easily as it is very light and took it down to the storage area in the plane. ”
"As I am unable to walk very far, I regularly use mobility scooters to get around. I have a large one to travel longer distances and up and down the steep hills around our home, and a smaller one that breaks down into three parts to fit into a car. This is the one we have relied on for travelling, taking it by road and air, but for a recent trip we planned to travel through Europe by rail, all the way from St. Pancras to Switzerland, returning through Germany and Brussels. How would we manage on the trains, especially the small mountain trains?
Fortunately, we saw an advert for The Luggie and decided to give it a try. It proved invaluable, so easy to fold and fit into the luggage spaces on every kind of train, as well as for getting around hotels, tourist attractions, in and out of taxis. It is also much lighter than my other scooters for lifting, which means less strain for my wife when helping me when helping me.
The Luggie mobility scooter is robust, able to withstand all the folding and unfolding, and rough handling by porters and other helpers! As the batteries are light, I was always able to carry a spare, in a small rucksack on the back of the seat. I have been amazed at the way my Luggie scooter performs on all kinds of terrain, up and down hills, around tight corners and in public places. Several times whilst traveling in Switzerland we were approached by others who wanted to buy it, or get one like it! I highly recommend the Luggie to anyone, particularly for traveling on any form of transport. My wife and I are now planning another trip to Germany. ”
"Just to say that I’ve just returned after three and a half weeks in Crete with the Luggie. Fantastic! It allowed me to get about town and country and get to places I wouldn’t otherwise have been able to. It was so easy to get in and out of the hire car and meant that we could park anywhere because I had my own transport.The off-board charger was particularly useful and enabled me to eave the Luggie in the car at the end of the day and just take the battery into the house to recharge. ”
"I have a disability that makes it impossible to walk without assistance. Therefore, for a recent holiday in SE Asia I purchased a Luggie scooter. It was a lifesaver and I wouldn’t travel again without it. It’s lightweight and folds to a size that fits in the trunk of a taxi or backseat of a car. It made it possible for me to go places and do things, not possible otherwise. People who saw me on the Luggie during my holiday were very impressed by it. If you buy one, I recommend also purchasing the hardshell carrying-case to protect it from airline baggage handlers. In addition, the user manual needs improvement as it contains several inaccuracies. However, videos on the Luggie website illustrate how to set it up & use it: […]. Overall, I recommend the Luggie for travel. ”
"The Luggie was a new sort of mobility scooter which I first saw whilst I was on holiday in New Zealand. An English lady was riding the Luggie in Napier and she gave me all the details about this amazing scooter. On return home I scanned the internet and after many days spotted the Luggie at the best price on the Amazon website. Delivery was swift and since then I have been getting used to the system of opening and closing the scooter. To be honest, even though it is half the weight of my other scooter, when lifted in and out of the boot of my car, it does need 2 people (we are pensioners) to lift it. By the way my other scooter breaks up into 4 pieces, to make lifting easier, whereas the Luggie is all in one piece. The ride is good, very quiet and smooth. The seat is a touch hard, but a small cushion alleviates any problems in that area. Overall it is a boon for me and my carer, and I am so pleased I bought it. ”
Frank Brigden Boon