Los Angeles Times reporter Roy Wallack tried out Skorpion Quadlines and compared them with Quadline 111 Supreme High Cut, Rollerblade Crossfire 8.0 and Riedell Zone quad skates. Here is what he liked about Skorpion Quadlines:

Quadline speed with sports-car handling. Very smooth, stable and comfortable due to the suspension, which compresses and banks through a turn, and the lower center of gravity of the foot platform, which nests between the wheels an inch lower (3 1/2 inches high) than a standard Quadline. Includes effective dual rubber brakes on the right rear foot, and ski binding-type ratchet straps over the forefoot and instep. It's very convenient as a commuter skate, given that you wear your own shoes. Adjustable foot plates can fit a wide range of shoe sizes.