Pros and Cons of Buying a Grade B Mobility Scooter

Pros and Cons of Buying a Grade B Mobility Scooter


When looking into the mobility scooter market, we know how overwhelming this can be and expensive too. It raises so many questions that no one can really answer for you. Do you need a pavement or road scooter? 4 wheels or 3 wheels? You don’t know and that is perfectly fine as at Betty&Bertie, we are here to answer any question you may have.

What is Grade B?

Grade B means a product is a refurbished product where there are signs of previous use, but the functionality remains the same as Grade A products.

This could mean the product has some cosmetic damage to the outer packaging or it could be missing something not too important like a spare key but none of the ‘damage’ affects the performance of the product. It is important to note that Grade B products are different from part-worn and part-exchanged items that have been previously used

Where Can I Look at a Grade B?

Some companies will have their Grade B products listed on their website but they may be labelled as something else like: Part Worn, Ex Demo, Used, Sale. At Betty&Bertie we have a section called Grade B on our website where we have listed all of the Grade B products we have that often have been damaged in transit or accidentally scuffed during quality check meaning we don’t want to sell them as brand new

If They Work The Same, Why Are They Reduced?

At Betty&Bertie, we like to stay honest and true to our brand values which is why we think it isn't’ fair to sell one of our mobility scooters at full value when they have small marks and scuffs on. However we know that to a lot of people, a few scuffs don’t matter so that is why we knock off a small amount on the price and put them online for you to look at and asses whether they’re for you

I’m Interested, Where Can I See One?

Great! Take a look at our selection with the link below

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