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KneeRover All Terrain Steerable Knee Walker Knee Scooter

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  • Product Description

    • The All Terrain KneeRover Knee Walker is the most versatile and advanced steerable knee scooter 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.


    • Ideal for individuals recovering from injury or surgery to the foot, ankle or lower leg as well as below the knee amputees. The All Terrain KneeRover is an excellent alternative to crutches and offers the most versatility among knee walkers.


    • Indoor - Outdoor All Terrain knee scooter features 12 inch pneumatic tires - perfect for navigating your home, work, and any terrain with ease - including grass, gravel, dirt and gaps in sidewalks. This is simply not possible with most knee scooters available today.


    • Maximum stability and control when maneuvering - these steerable knee walkers offer an advanced automotive style tie-rod steering mechanism (not available on most knee walkers) and an adjustable locking handbrake.


    • Fully adjustable knee platform and handle bars with easy folding mechanism for simple transport and storage of rolling knee walker. Heavy duty double bar construction offers unprecedented strength and stability for a knee scooter. All Terrain KneeRover knee walker offers a 400 lb weight capacity and is recommended for individuals with heights 5' - 6'5".
    Product Features:

    • Adjustable Brake with Parking/Locking Feature
    • Dual Crossbar Design for Extreme Durability
    • Features Rear Brake for Smoother, More Consistent Braking
    • Padded Contoured Comfortable Knee Platform with Easy Folding Mechanism
    • 7.5″ x 12.5″ x 8.25″ Wire Basket is included for convenient storage and transport of your   personal belongings
    • Leg Compatibility: Left and Right
    • Knee Rest: 3″ Contoured Molded Foam
    • Handlebars: Comfort Form 7/8″ Steel
    • Grips:  Easy Clean Rubber
    • Setup: Tool Free
    • Accommodates patient heights 5′ – 6’5″
    Product Specifications:

    • Color: Blue
    • Product Weight: Only 27 Lbs
    • Shipped weight: 34 Lbs
    • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
    • Tires: 12″ Air-filled (note: you will need to inflate tires upon receiving the unit)
    • Overall Length: 35.5″
    • Overall Height w/ handlebar in lowest position: 34″
    • Overall Height w/ handlebar in highest position: 46″
    • Overall Height w/ handlebar folded and seat removed: 19″
    • Handlebar Adjusted Height Range: 35″ – 47″
    • 3″ Contoured Knee Support Adjusted Height Range: 19″ – 22.5″
    • Knee pad dimensions: 6.75″ wide x 12.5″ length
    • Front Axle Width: 21″
    • Stopping: Rear Brakes


  • Product Reviews


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    1. Preoperative Practice is Key to Success

      I am scheduled for ankle fusion in 3 weeks and decided to get my All Terrain Knee scooter early to train for the post op non weight bearing period. It arrived within 5 days and was easy to assemble. I have been using it to practice mobility and have been able to master getting in and out of bed, going to bathroom to use facilities including shower stool, negotiating inclines, walking the dogs, and getting in and out of the car. I no longer have fear of going out in public, because everyone I meet is interested in this transportation device. I have also found that I can sit on the knee cushion, rest my bad ankle on the front axle and be pushed or go forward with one foot quite comfortably. The brake had to be adjusted in order to hold the parking brake solidly in place. I am very pleased with this machine and would recommend it to anyone approaching or experiencing a prolonged period of non weight bearing after surgery to the foot, ankle or Achilles tendon. on Sep 2nd 2015

    2. High Quality Knee Scooter -- Improvement Possibly Needed

      This scooter appears to be of the highest quality. The turning radius is a bit wide, not practical for house use. I have thought about grinding off the stops to allow a sharper turning radius, but recognize from trying it out outside that there is a risk of tipping when turning so I guess I can understand why it has the stops (liability). Someone My surgery is next week, so I am just testing it now so I know what to expect. Although it glides easily, I can see that it shouldn't be "driven" at high speed, which is tempting. The brake is definitely necessary when outside on slopes. I am thinking that even without the stops, it shouldn't be dangerous as I wouldn't be steering tightly except indoors, and then would be at very low speed anyway. It would be nice if the stops were removable, perhaps easily, with the instruction to install them when using the scooter outside. on Aug 28th 2015

    3. 9

      Love it. I did have to cover knee pad with some material. So it would not blister my knee . on Aug 25th 2015

    4. I Get Around (with my Kneerover All Terrain Knee Walker Scooter)

      The All Terrain Kneerover Scooter is built to last. It looks great and operates very smoothly. I feel like I will be able to do things and get around much better in the meantime. In fact, I am considering using the All Terrain Model for the "Great Outdoors" and for shopping trips, and I intend to purchase another style to Get Around indoors. I have had three separate surgeries and I am dealing with Arthritic Pain to a high degree. I learned about Knee Walkers during my recovery from a Toe Fusion surgery and I used a "Kneerover" with great ease. The only negative issue I have with the All Terrain Model is the restriction of the turning radius, which makes it somewhat "tough" to navigate the sharper turns from the hallway to the bedrooms, etc. Once I learn how to manage this with ease, I am sure this "problem" will go away. BTW..... Customer Service has been Wonderful, AND "over the top" helpful and courteous. I am so pleased that I decided to purchase this Kneerover from "Medical for You". Thanks TONS!!! Richard Robins. on Aug 21st 2015

    5. Great product

      Crutches are awful. My knee walker meets all the promises on the web site. It is sturdy and allows travel through carpet, grass and gravel. Very stable. I feel safe. on Aug 12th 2015

    6. Knee rover

      I had a smooth tire smaller one for my wife after bunion surgery. It was fun but not really for out doors. This is great. I too cut notches in the turning stops. I have gout in the left foot so this beats crutches. I have to learn how to turn at speed or I will high side it. I bent the tie rod second time out on flat cement. Hammered it true. My local speed shop has 3/8 - 24 x 6.5 inch tie rods for $10.00 each. Highly recommend them. I have done mine in Mossey oak break up with a duck call for a horn. Camo-ing the basket now. I can send a pic if you like. on Jul 27th 2015

    7. Pleased

      This was purchased for my Dad who is 82 but will not stop. We had rented a knee walker. After about two weeks he complained about not being able to go outside in the grass. We found out that he was going to need the walker for 2+ more months. By that time, we could have bought a walker. So we started the search and found this "all terrain". He loves it. The only drawback is that the tires are almost twice the size so you would need to make sure that you have a vehicle that can accommodate the somewhat larger size. on May 20th 2015

    8. Great to get your mobility back.

      The cart was everything I expected. It moves well and is easy to operate. A bit big in the house but great in the open. Once you figure out the balance it zooms with ease! on Apr 23rd 2015

    9. So easy on Joints

      There was no jarring of body or joints like there was with crutches. Could cover the longer distances with out exhaustion. Easy to get around the farmstead on. Rock driveway was not problem. on Apr 18th 2015

    10. Knee Scooter

      Absolutely the best way to get around if you are recovering from a foot or ankle injury.

      I would highly recommend it.
      on Apr 13th 2015

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