love this product and it is very helpful in my 2 month recovery from extensive foot surgery. HOWEVER, the process of laying down/folding down the handle bar is not convenient or simple for a person who is trying to stand on one foot. it is far too low down to handle the materials to fold the bar down, and makes it very difficult when one is alone. think this needs to be thought through again and re-designed. I always have to find someone....even total strangers to help me. Unknown on Feb 3rd 2017
Order item, it took a week to receive it. Received it with 2 of the tires inflated. The third we pumped up with air and the tire tube had a hole in it. Making the scooter useless. Called service and had to leave a message. Tech called back 3 hours , explained what was wrong. They sent me a "new tube". I received it 3 days later. Now we're up to 13 days! Not impressed with shipping at all. Lisa B Combs on Jan 28th 2017
I recently broke my ankle pretty badly and had to have surgery. I spent hours researching and talking to people before deciding if I should buy a knee walker. Knowing I would have to be non weight bearing for at least 6 weeks I figured it was a good investment. I was told by others to be cautious of the cheaper models as they are hard to use and unbalanced. I picked out the all terrain version as I have thick carpet and wanted to be able to get outside to get the mail etc. I was miserable on crutches for two weeks before I bought this and am wishing I had gotten one sooner. It is easy to assemble, easy to use, comfortable and has allowed me to do SO much more than before. It has been WONDERFUL!! I am so happy with my purchase. Unknown on Jan 10th 2017
This is a very well made product. A lot of engineering has been put in place to make this a very exceptional product. Very stable and maneuverable. The large wheels make the scooter stable over uneven surfaces. The steering makes the scooter more stable in turning than other makes with a "wagon steer" system. Unknown on Nov 16th 2016
If you need a knee scooter for terrain other than a flat hard surface floor then this is the one you must buy. I have a gravel driveway and I would never be able to get to my wife's car for her to drive me where I need to go. It's built very well with high quality material. Due to the larger diameter tires it can be a little tippy if your not careful. The larger tire diameter is needed to accommodate for the air inflated tires as well as handle uneven surfaces. I felt the cost represented what you receive. You get what you pay for. I hid highly recommend this scooter. Bob Stuber on Nov 1st 2016
I have bursitis and a partial tear of the Achilles tendon. I brought this to work to use. I purchased the premium cushion, as I have a knee and hip replacement on the same leg. It still hurts when I put pressure on the knee, so I am not sure if this was a good investment for me. I will continue to use it at work, but with a brace on the knee as well. i am glad I got the larger tires, as the feedback was that the small tires caused some falls and I cannot afford that to happen. Grace on Oct 30th 2016
The kneewalker is so much better than crutches. It is very sturdy and goes over uneven sidewalks and door thresholds with ease. I would recommend it in an office situation and outside, but it is not ideal for inside of a house unless you have very open space and wide doorframes. The handlebars move a lot because they fold down. It was a little unnerving at first. The bolts on the tires need to be recessed in order to make it easier to fit through door frames. The kneerover is large and does not collapse. It was too big to fit in my car. It is also too heavy to lift and balance on one leg. I could not have managed without help getting it in an out of the car and the house. With lighter materials, a collapsible frame and recessed bolts on the tires, the product could be great. It is still way better than crutches. Robin on Oct 24th 2016
Due to extensive surgeries on my feet I have used knee walkers before. However, the others were limited to pretty much smooth surfaces only, broken concrete, gravel or dirt surfaces were to be avoided. The all-terrain knee walker changed that, I can use it at the campground or in the back yard. Most sidewalks are not a problem. It is very well made and rugged, accordingly a bit heavy. It can be somewhat tippy so you must pay attention and judiciously use the brake. I cannot abide crutches, so overall this device is a godsend. Dannie Pedigo, 4 September 2016 on Sep 3rd 2016
I ordered the item on a Tuesday, and received it on Thursday. It was not complicated to assemble, but I suggest getting it done before surgery since it is bulky to deal with if you are not mobile. The only issue I've had is that it is shipped with very little air in the tires. The tires have not held air very well and today while the rover was sitting by my bed one of the tube blew. It was not over inflated bc I had checked the tires this morning. On a positive note I contacted the supplier and they are shipping me a new tube. Just hard to deal with when you have no mobility. I love the scooter, just disappointed in the tires. I think foam filled or solid tires would be a much better fit. If this happened when out of the house I would be stuck. Steven Jarrett on Aug 25th 2016
I'm so happy I bought this all terrain knee rover. It has saved my sanity.
I have been non weight bearing for 13 weeks. Crutches made my back and shoulders ache and were slippery on wet surfaces, I tried a knee scooter with smaller wheels and it was frusterating even going for a scoot outside. Every little pebble would wrench on the wheels. This All-terrain Kneerover can muscle through loose gravel, over roots, down shallow steps, on bumpy docks, over large sidewalk gaps and through tall grass. The trick it to make sure your knee and weight are all the way forward on the pad. Instability occurs if you put weight over the single rear wheel. It is a bit heavy but I can still muscle it up or down a small set of stairs. The brake is very good and durable and can handle very steep slopes. I had a small issue where the brake lock pin broke and rocketed out of it's slot. I was able to get a replacement brake part sent under warranty. The scooter can fit in the back seat or trunk of a small car. The handle can be folded very easily for back seat transport and the seat is very quickly removed to allow it to lay flatter. The roomy basket pops off too for greater ease of transport.
Overall, this is worth every penny.
(It would be wonderful if this company shipped to Canada.)
Zoë on Jul 29th 2016