Drive DeVilbiss King Cobra Mobility Scooter
Following the success of our Cobra scooter we’ve developed the new King Cobra. This offers an evolved dynamic design, generous spaciousness, a 52km range and a maximum weight limit of 203kg.
- Striking Spirit Red finish.
- Stylish & distinctive design.
- Sliding and rotating Captain seat.
- Digital LCD display.
- Delta bar.
- Generous tiller adjustment.
- High level indicators.
- All round suspension.
- LED lighting.
- Large alloy wheels.
- Twin USD power socket.
- Bottle/cup holder.
- Optional rear pannier box.
- Road and pavement legal.
- Easy to use controls.
- Adjustable seat position and seat back angle.
- Height adjustable headrest.
- Twin rear view mirrors.
- Anti tip wheels.
- Length: 170cm
- Height: 140cm
- Width: 73cm
- Weight: 143kgs
- Max Gradient: 10°
- Max range of 52km (32 miles).*
- Top speed of up to 15kph (9mph).*
- Easy to use “Self Diagnostic” fault finding system.
- Requires 2 x 73ah / 2 x 96ah batteries.**
- 200kg (32st) weight limit.
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I am a larger guy and I'm over 180cm tall, there is plenty of legroom and the scooter is very comfortable. The overall build quality is better than I expected. The safety features are very good, the one that turns down the speed when turning saved my butt once when I hit a rut and it snapped the bars out of my hand, instead of flipping over it lowered the speed down so it didn't. The one complaint I would have is that it should have a steering stabilizer so that it doesn't snap out of your hands. The only other issue is trying to fit it on a standard size scooter carrier is not going to happen, you need a really large deck area one along with a high weight capacity. I ended up mounting a set of quad ramps to the deck of my scooter lift so it would fit. I take this with me when I go camping and my brother has a golf cart and I have to say that there is no place that he can go that this one can't other than not wanting to take it through mud puddles. Best scooter I've ever had just wish it was a little faster for using it to go to the store.