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Mobility scooter market trends
A crucial goal of this study has actually been to figure out present numbers of UK mobility scooter users together with future trends, drawing on available commercial market data. Such data, it was believed, could potentially expose trends in scooter sales and also patterns in sales of mobility scooters relative to wheelchairs.
In our analysis we have taken a look at both published commercial market information and 2 recent market studies of the movement items sector by Customer Focus in 2010 and the Workplace of Fair Trading (OFT) in 2011. We have actually also spoken with a variety of crucial market stakeholders including the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA), Motability and a sample of merchants and manufacturers. Details of these research studies, data and assessments are offered listed below.

Key findings? Much of the released business market data is incomplete or irregular and ought to be treated with care. This view is verified by the OFT and Consumer Focus market research studies and our assessments with industry stakeholders.
" Finest quotes" making use of all sources including our consultations put UK yearly sales worth of "movement devices" (defined as scooters, wheelchairs and daily living aids such as stairlifts, walking frames, rails and bathing hoists) at roughly ₤ 500 million (OFT) and UK sales value of movement scooters and wheelchairs at approximately ₤ 200 million (BHTA); yearly sales numbers of mobility scooters at roughly 80,000 per annum and the total variety of movement scooter users at 300,000-- 350,000 per annum (BHTA).
Sales of mobility scooters are increasing at a rate of approximately 5-10% per year.
There is considerable growth in the previously owned market and in internet sales, along with in retail marketing.
Registered Retail Registered Prices (RRPs) for movement scooters do not precisely reflect prices which are frequently very much lower.
Class 2 boot scooters are the most popular kind of movement scooter.? It prevails for movement scooter users to own more than one scooter, or to utilize a wheelchair too.

Review of marketing research
Business market information An evaluation of the published commercial market information in this area sadly exposes a lack of comprehensive consistent information. This is true of market data for the "equipment for handicapped people" market as a whole, however is particularly the case at sub-sector levels such as "movement equipment" or "mobility scooters". In these cases information is often not gathered; when it is gathered different research business use different methods, and often different meanings. The term "movement devices" can be utilized to describe simply wheelchairs and movement scooters. Others define "movement devices" or the "mobility sector" as consisting of wheelchairs.

Mobility scooters market study
mobility scooters plus other "day-to-day living aids" including devices such as stairlifts, grab rails, bathing equipment etc. Offered these disparities of definition and method market information does have to be treated with care.
A more factor mentioned for the lack of comprehensive data is the complexity of the marketplace-- in particular the varied range of circulation channels, from the NHS to mainstream, professional and online retail. Finally, where industrial market data and reports are offered, they are mostly aimed at corporate investors and subsequently their focus is on the financial efficiency of the companies involved and the value of the sector, rather than the number of systems offered. Offered the large range of kinds of mobility scooters and retail prices it is not possible to identify total numbers of mobility scooters sold from yearly sales value data with any accuracy. Data on numbers of movement scooters sold annually is instead of sales value is only available from Global Industry Analysts, who report 2011 sales of 122,000 units.

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