The All Terrain KneeRover Knee Walker is the most versatile and advanced kneewalker in the industry - establishing a new level of durability and freedom of mobility for individuals who cannot bear weight on their foot or ankle, yet want to remain active.
These indoor - outdoor All Terrain kneeling walkers are an excellent alternative to crutches and feature 12" diameter off-road pneumatic tires designed to easily traverse grass, sidewalks, gravel and dirt with incredible ease and agility (this is simply not possible with most knee scooters available today).
Compatible with both the right and left legs, the KneeRover offers a 3" thick contoured knee platform and ergonomic rubber hand grips for complete comfort. And for maximum stability and complete control, these steerable knee scooters offer an advanced automotive style tie-rod steering mechanism and an adjustable locking handbrake.
The KneeRover double bar construction offers unprecedented strength and stability all while remaining lightweight and portable thanks to a folding mechanism that utilizes an easy to use thumb-release lever. Additionally, these knee walker’s are equipped with a free detachable storage basket and feature tool-free assembly, setup and height adjustments.
Whether your are at home, at work, on the trail or on the town, experience a faster paced lifestyle with the All Terrain KneeRover - No Boundaries!
Built sturdy, very easy to maneuver around on. A lot better than crutches if you can get one of these knee walkers. Unknown on Feb 14th 2015
Good for a big person who is upper body strong. Not easy to load in any type of vehichle. But for the alternative for crutches a good product. Isee the pricing has changed to a lower more competitive price than what I paid. With that still a good alternative to the sticks. SAM on Feb 4th 2015
I ordered the Knee Walker after 8 months of being in a wheelchair after a severe ankle injury. At 28 years old, I wanted to return to work and normal activities quickly as the wheelchair was very limiting. Using the Knee Walker I was able to return to most of my normal activities in a short time. It took a bit of getting used to, especially getting my balance back, but I have been able to do so very quickly. I was very impressed that the Knee Walker was able to roll over a variety or surfaces in my house, including carpet, hardwood, and tile. Going up a small ramp or over a very pronounced threshold can be tricky at first due to the height difference but I overcame that quickly. Turning does require a lot of room, or backing up and turning the wheels to get to the desired area. A great purchase to help transition my body from sitting all the time to learning to walk and gain mobility. Ashley L. on Jan 28th 2015
The All-terrain KneeWalker has been a real lifesaver. I am unable to use crutches safely after achilles tendon surgery and need to not put weight on my foot for 7 weeks. If not for the Kneewalker I would be stuck at home but instead I can now take my dog for short walks, go to work and even shopping . The Kneewalker is great at going up and down curbs and single steps and is light enough that I can get it in my SUV myself and then use the crutches to get back to the driver's seat. I purchased this model mainly because I needed to be able to go over grass when walking my dog and because I may need surgery on the other foot as well. It was easy to assemble and easy to fold down for transport. The basket makes an indispensable addition. I am so happy with this purchase! Kim Sloan on Dec 28th 2014
Excellent product! I had surgery on my foot and can not put any weight on my foot for several weeks. My All Terrain Kneewalker gets me everywhere I need to go in the house and outside- primarily going to medical appointments. The turn radius is not great but once I got used to it I made necessary adjustment to get to my end destination much easier. It is easy to steer and stop with the hand brake. At first I did not think I was going to put the basket on but once I did and use it all the time. Unknown on Dec 1st 2014
I had ankle surgery and will not be able to put weight on that foot for a long time. I am a very active person, and the idea of not being able to get around was difficult for me. Other knee scooters do just fine indoors, but I wanted one that would work on sidewalks... pavement... gravel roads. I want to get out and about! It's summer in Colorado, and I can't stay indoors.
This scooter does the trick. It's heavy duty, very stable, and easy to use. I've tried it on gravel roads, on pavement, on grass, and it handles them all. It was easy to set up and easy to use. One wheel in back means that my good leg can swing, so I can be quite efficient getting around. And I love the basket; it looks kind of goofy, but what the heck—it's useful!
Indoors, I am using crutches, and they are fine. But now I am taking mile-long scoots with my dog, and we are both much happier. Happier me means faster recovery.
This wouldn't be good for inside, though. The turning radius is very wide, as is the scooter itself. Outside, the wide base means it's stable, and the wide turning radius isn't a problem—in fact, it keeps you from getting too aggressive and tipping over! Inside... get something else. For outdoors, get this; you won't be disappointed. B. Jones on Oct 31st 2014
The tires make all the difference in the world. Forget about the models with the 5" tires - the slightest bump, even a rug, can make the walker stop and you moving forward.
Someone mentioned that it is too big for indoor use and I don't agree. Yes, other models are slightly more nimble but my home is not big at all, packed with stuff and I can move around it with ease, sometimes at corners i lift it and move it around - no biggie.
The tires - boy - those are great. You can go outside with this unit and enjoy the ride. You cannot do that with the models with 5" tires because they (1) don't absorb the bumps and (2) force you to watch out for the tiniest imperfection on your path and brace for impact.
The seat is pretty comfy, the free basket is also a nice touch and it removes easily. I can fit the whole thing in the trunk of my honda accord.
The brakes are not disc brakes, rather cantilever style brakes like in older mountain bikes. They work fine. The brakes don't lock. I was going back and forth if I should take it to a bike shop and have the handle replaced for the locking type and I am going to pass on it for safety reason: there is no "oops I thought I had the brake locked" when you can't lock the brake.
This thing brought me freedom. Crutches stink. I have the best crutches (mobilegs ultra) which are a huge improvement. They still stink though.
With this I can move about with ease. Go to the kitchen and fix myself a meal, coffee without thinking twice. The kids in my street did a small race in our Cull-de-sac on their bikes, scooters and trikes (they are all 5-6 years old) - I joined them in the race and ended up on 3rd place (I let them win).
Still though a word of caution: go easy, start on flat surfaces to figure it out. These are not as stable as you think and if the surface is in an incline or if the wheels are not locked, they are even less stable. Use extreme caution when turning.
Be especially careful when you ride on slanted surfaces like driveways, it is VERY easy to lose balance and trip. I took me a week (and a few falls) to get to a point where I really do crazy things with it which i do not recommend;)
It cost double the price of the cheaper units - but it is totally worth it. Erez Katz on Oct 31st 2014
I just received this today and have yet to put a ton of time in on it, but wanted to give it a quick review with initial impressions. This thing is terrific. Well built, sturdy and will get the job done. It's pretty heavy so don't expect to pick this up and throw it in your backseat without some effort, but that weight makes it heavy-duty and stable.
I first purchased the Medline Weil Knee Walker and that thing is toy compared to this KneeRover. The Medline had a wide frontend with very limited turn radius and felt like it wouldn't last through continuous use without some issues. The KneeRover rolls easy and makes transitions over carpet, rugs, hardwood, etc.... with ease due to the large air filled tires. It feels super sturdy and I feel like it will stand up well to heavy use indoors and out. Even with the wide front base it seems to corner sharper than the Medline and since only the tires turn (not the entire front axle/fork) it is much more stable when turning than most other models out there.
If you have a small home or tight quarters it might be too big for your in-home use, but I am having no problems in that area. The cost is higher than most, but it varies a lot so if you watch for a sale you should be able to get it in the $400 range.
After two solid weeks of use, this thing is still amazing. I did perform a slight brake adjustment so the rear wheel would move more freely when not braking. Easy to do. No other issues at all and I love the mobility this scooter has added to my life.
Everywhere I go I get thumbs-up, smiles, questions, etc..... and every little kid in the market says "mommy I want one of those." :) Unknown on Oct 31st 2014
After talking to people who have used a knee walker, my husband was not sure it would be worth buying one. People would tell him that the knee walkers are only good for getting around in your home or on sidewalks. We live in the country so we do not have sidewalks. Then we discovered this gem. My husband can go outside and get anywhere he wants to go. It handles uneven ground fantastic. His orthopedic surgeon said it was the first one with large wheels that he had ever seen and commented that that is a smart design. My husband is very happy with this product! Unknown on Oct 31st 2014