Rolling Knee Walker Leg Ankle Foot Crutch Caddy Scooter

Rolling Knee Walker Leg Ankle Foot Crutch Caddy Scooter
Updated on : July 6, 2013
Category : Car Seats
List Price: : $ 933.40
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Rolling Knee Walker Leg Ankle Foot Crutch Caddy Scooter

Rolling Knee Walker Leg Ankle Foot Crutch Caddy Scooter

  • Brand New in factory sealed box, Drive Item quantity 780, Knee walker
  • Excellent for folks recovering from foot surgery, breaks, sprains, amputation and ulcers of the foot.
  • Deluxe lever brake ensures safety, Tool cost-free height adjustment.
  • Tool free of charge adjust from left leg to appropriate leg use, 8″ casters are best for indoor/outside use.
  • 300 lb. Weight Capacity, Restricted Lifetime Warranty.

Rolling Knee Walker-Nonsteerable

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  1. J. Brown "wine geek" says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    excellent knee scooter, July 3, 2010
    J. Brown “wine geek” (sacramento, CA United States) –

    I bought this scooter based on reviews viewed here, and I’m glad, very glad, that I made this choice! It arrived in less than 2 days with Free Shipping/Prime, was very easy to assembly, and it is such an upgrade from crutches! I can do nearly everything I could do before, even go over fairly rough terrain. I drive just fine with my left foot, so this little cart and I make the rounds without a problem, as it folds up quite easily and can be hauled in and out of the car just by myself. A steerable model would have been nice, but not at more than twice the price! It is not difficult to pick this one up between steps to change direction. The brake is very handy when negotiating ups and downs. There are 2 steps leading to my house, and I figured out where to put the scooter so I can push against it and zip right up the steps.

    My knee does get sore, though, so occasionally I use my crutches to give my knee a rest, and as I am crutching around, armpits hurting, cats scurrying out of the way, I quickly appreciate the freedom the knee scooter gives me. I’ll be in this cast for 8 weeks, and the knee scooter is making a long and tedious time much better.

    I wish that a memory foam type product were made to slip over the cushion…perhaps that will appear one day as an upgrade.

    One word of warning: the first time that you run over your good foot, you will issue a volley of the worst words you know and will quickly make promises to all that will listen that you won’t do it again…seems silly, but it’s easy to do. Once was enough for me!

    This must be a new idea, because there are very few used ones for sale. I will probably list mine on Amazon when I am done with it. This cart is so durable that aside from a bit of wheel wear, it looks as good as it did the day it arrived. It is very well made, easy to assembly, and works like a charm. It gets a lot of comments, too!

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  2. Suzanne says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Knee walker, December 16, 2009

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    The knee walker was reasonably priced, well made and sturdy. It was easy to assemble. When the back wheels are on the outer leg setting, the walker is very stable. It took about 10 days to arrive with the free shipping, probably because I’m in California, and it shipped from the east coast. The only problem it had was that it doesn’t steer. It was well worth the money though. I wouldn’t have paid the extra $300 for a knee walk/er that did steer.

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  3. Jasperdog "JPetz" says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    BEWARE. May be very uncomfortable to use., November 17, 2010
    Jasperdog “JPetz” (San Diego) –

    The product is well made and goes together easily. Unfortunately, if you have a cast that goes up almost to the knee, all the weight of your body will press against the cast and into your leg below the knee. This makes the Knee Walker extremely uncomfortable after a few minutes. Try this:
    1. Put a folding chair with a padded seat in front of you.
    2. Bend your “bad” leg so the cast is horizontal.
    3. Place all your weight on the cast with the chair underneath.
    If this doesn’t cause any discomfort, the knee walker will probably work OK for you. Thick carpet, going backwards and tight spaces (constantly lifting it to change directions) are annoying, but if it weren’t for the extreme pressure just below my knee, I could live with it.

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