The Lightest Mobility Scooters – Make Travel Easier With a Lightweight Scooter

woman carrying a light mobility scooter

Light mobility scooters are in huge demand and one of the most popular types of scooter we sell. There are essentially two types of light mobility scooter – folding scooters and travel scooters. Because travel scooters break down into separate parts they are still the easiest to transport, but the advancement in lightweight folding scooters is making these more appealing. Lightweight mobility scooters are only for pavement, indoor and shopping – there are no class 3 (road legal) lightweight scooters on the market. However, with advancements in technology, we could well see one in the near future.

Lightest Folding Mobility Scooters

Our lightest scooters are in the folding mobility scooter range. However, while these are the lightest scooters, they do not dismantle so it can be hard to lift into a car boot. The travel scooters, listed below, are easier to transport. Ordered by weight.

Drive Dual Wheel Auto Folding ScooterDrive Dual Wheel Auto Folding Scooter – 20kg

  • Product Weight: 20kg / 3st 2lbs

This is the lightest mobility scooter by a long way, at just 20kg. The only downside is that it comes with a smaller range, just 6 miles, so only suitable for short trips.

 

CareCo Scootcase Travel Mobility ScooterCareCo Scootcase Travel Mobility Scooter – 22.6kg

  • Product Weight: 22.6kg / 3st 2lbs

This lightweight folding scooter is the perfect choice for travel. Not only is it light and easy to fold up, it comes with its own suitcase for easy and safe transport.

 

Pride Quest Foldable Travel ScooterPride Quest Foldable Travel Scooter – 25.6kg

  • Product Weight: 25.6kg / 4st 0lbs

This is a very simple, but very light, mobility scooter – and it’s ones of our lightest folding scooters. So long as you are not looking for comfort or a long range scooter, this is an excellent choice. At just 25.6kg it can be quickly folded down and lifted into a car boot without too much difficulty.

Genie+ LCD Electric Folding ScooterGenie+ LCD Electric Folding Scooter – 27.5kg

  • Product Weight: 27.5kg / 4st 5lbs

The Genie+ is one of the lightest electric folding mobility scooters you’ll find and can easily fit into most car boots. It is available with a standard red or blue finish and it folds down electrically, so no more wrestling with the manual folding mechanism.

Li-Tech Velo Electric Folding Mobility Scooter – 27.8kgLi-Tech Velo Electric Folded

  • Product Weight: 27.8kg / 4st 5lbs

The Li-Tech Velo is the latest electric folding scooter. It folds down in just 8 seconds and has a powerful lithium-ion 17.4Ah battery that gives it a range of 11 miles. A remote control operated the folding, and it has a larger wheel size giving you a more comfortable ride.

 

eDrive Electric Folding Scooter – 28kgeDrive Electric Folding Scooter

  • Product Weight: 28kg / 4st 6lbs

One of our newest to the market and launched in 2019, the eDrive Electric Folding Scooter is also a folding scooter, rather than a travel scooter that is dismantled. The only downside is if you are unable to lift 28kg into a car boot, you will struggle with this. If this is the case, you need to look at the scooters that dismantle. The eDrive comes with a carry case for easier transport. Read our full review.

 

Moving Life ATTO Freedom ScooterMoving Life ATTO Freedom Scooter – 30kg

  • Product Weight: 30kg / 4st 10lbs

The Moving Life ATTO Freedom Scooter looks lighter than it is, but at 30kg makes it one of the lightest all the same. It has a good range of 10 miles which is powered by a small 5ah battery (the smallest battery of all these scooters).

 

 

I Go ultra x foldI-Go Ultra X Fold – 31kg

  • Product Weight: 31kg / 4st 12lbs

Made from a strong aluminium frame, this is another very light travel scooter that folds, and is designed to be folded a pulled along like a travel suitcase.

 

The Lightest Travel Mobility Scooters

Travel mobility scooters are defined as those that can be dismantled for easier transport. They usually break down into 4 or 5 parts that can easily be fitted into a car boot. They are the cheapest and most convenient if you have a car, but if you are travelling on public transport, a folding scooter is often the best option. All these scooters are under 45kg – we have many more that are slightly heavier, so if super-light is not a major criteria in your choice, do look at our whole range of travel mobility scooters and folding mobility scooters. Ordered by weight:

Li-Tech Air Lithium ScooterLi-Tech Air Lithium Scooter – 38kg

  • Heaviest Part: 15kg / 2st 5lbs
  • 4 parts
  • Product Weight: 38kg / 6st 0lbs

This is our lightest travel scooter overall, although it does not beat the CareCo AirLite X for the lightest heaviest part. The lithium-ion battery helps reduce total weight considerably, allowing it to power a 264 Watt motor, which is more powerful than most other travel scooters.

 

CareCo AirLite X Travel Mobility ScooterCareCo AirLite X Travel Mobility Scooter – 41kg

  • Heaviest Part: 9.90kg / 1st 8lbs
  • 4 parts
  • Product Weight: 41kg / 6st 6lbs

The CareCo AirLite X is a great little travel scooter that fits in even the smallest car boots. The lightest part is just under 10kg, about half the weight of a holiday suitcase, which means with a little effort most people can lift it into a car boot. This is one of the easiest to handle travel scooters on the market.

 

Li-Tech Air + Lithium ScooterLi-Tech Air + Lithium Scooter – 41kg

  • Heaviest Part: 15kg / 2st 5lbs
  • 4 parts + basket
  • Product Weight: 41kg / 6st 6lbs

Another Li-Tech scooter that benefits from the advancements in battery technology, this scooter is one of the most stylish looking lightweight mobility scooters.

 

Rascal Ultralite 480 Travel Mobility ScooterRascal Ultralite 480 Travel Mobility Scooter – 41kg

  • Heaviest Part: 13kg / 2st 1lbs
  • 4 parts
  • Product Weight: 41kg / 6st 6lbs

The Rascal has the second lightest heaviest part of 13kg, not beating the CareCo AirLite X, but still being one of the lightest scooters on the market. The battery can also be easily removed so you can charge at home without taking the scooter out of your car boot.

Valour Breast Cancer Awareness ScooterValour Breast Cancer Awareness Scooter – 42.5kg

  • Heaviest Part: 16kg / 2st 7lbs
  • 6 parts
  • Product Weight: 42.5kg /6st 10lbs

The Valour Breast Cancer Awareness Scooter was launched to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Awareness charity – for every one sold we donate £20. It is one of the only pink mobility scooters you’ll find, and also breaks down into the most individual parts.

CareCo Zoom Travel Mobility ScooterCareCo Zoom Travel Mobility Scooter – 43kg

  • Heaviest Part: 18kg / 2st 12lbs
  • 4 parts + basket
  • Product Weight: 43kg / 6st 11lbs

The CareCo Zoom is one of our best selling mobility scooters, and still one of the lightest. The scooters dismantles into 4 parts, plus the basket, and the heaviest part is 18kg, heavier than some other scooters, but still lighter than a holiday suitcase.

Careco eclipse

CareCo Eclipse Travel Mobility Scooter – 44kg

  • Heaviest Part: 16.25kg / 2st 8lbs
  • 4 parts + basket
  • Product Weight: 44kg / 6st 13lbs

The Eclipse is a slightly heavier model but does come with a larger battery and chair with armrests. The heaviest part is 16.25kg, only marginally more than the AirLite 3, and is manageable for people who still have some good upper body strength. It is also the first of the scooters to come with a delta tiller bar, that is easier to control with one hand.

Pride Go Go Elite Traveller 4 Mobility ScooterPride Go Go Elite Traveller 4 Mobility Scooter – 44.8kg

  • Heaviest Part: 16kg / 2st 7lbs
  • 4 parts + basket
  • Product Weight: 44.8kg / 7st 1lb

Although one of the heavier of the light travel scooters, the Go Go Elite Traveller 4 is one of the easiest to disassemble.

 

 

Jon Wade

Jon Wade joined CareCo in 2019 to help develop and grow the website side of the business. He has been a health blogger since 2006, worked as Content Manager for a leading digital marketing agency for 4 years, and holds a Certificate in Health Sciences from the Open University. Jon also enjoys reading and watching science fiction in his spare time.

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