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HOMCOM Knee Scooter with Basket Storage - Walker Mobility During Medical Rehabilitation & Injury - Folding for Transport - Silver

4.7 9 Reviews
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SKU: 712-034SR
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  • - GREAT KNEE WALKER WITH STORAGE: This knee scooter an excellent crutch alternative has a storage basket and provides a perfect place for your injured foot. It' ideal during rehabilitation to still be able to get out and go walking/shopping.
  • - ADJUSTABLE FOR ADDED CONVENIENCE: Adjustable handle and knee platform height provides personalized comfort and usability for this mobility scooter. Suits individuals weighing no more than 299 lbs.
  • - TRAVEL DESIGN: The compact knee walker folds easily and can quickly be put in your vehicle for travel.
  • - SAFE DESIGN: 4 large wheels allow for the user to move around the medical scooter easily and with a dual brake system the users can control the speed and stopping power.
  • - NO NEED TO USE CRUTCHES: With this easy to glide and move design you no longer need to use cumbersome and uncomfortable crutches. Simply roll to your destination with this steerable knee scooter

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The HomCom knee scooter gives you the mobility convenience and portability that you need in a knee walker. Its always so cumbersome to go walking/shopping during rehabilitation with crutches however with this mobility scooter you can quickly and easily get around. You can take it with you during a trip too easily folding the medical scooter and putting it into your trunk. Adjustable handle height and knee platform height provide personalized comfort and usability. Don't let anything stand in the way of the life that you want to live and get moving again with this HomCom steerable knee scooter

Features:

  • - Excellent crutch alternative provides a perfect place for the knee
  • - For the foot injured to go walking/shopping during rehabilitation - Storage basket release hands
  • - Comfortable thick padded knee platform
  • - Smooth 10" wheels with anti-slip surface absorbing shock on impact
  • - Sturdy metal frame with 4-wheel design durable use for years
  • - Foldable head and body can be put into truck
  • - Dual brake system for safety
  • - Rubber wheels can be used on cement pavements sand and etc
  • - Tool-free assembly makes this mobility aid quick and easy to set up
  • - Adjustable handle height and knee platform height for personalized comfort and usability

Specification:

  • - Color: Silver Black
  • - Material: Metal Rubber PU Cloth
  • - Max Load: 299 lbs.
  • - Overall Dimension: 35.25" L x 18" W x 34.75"-44"H
  • - Folding Dimension: 31.5" L x 19.75" W x 20" H
  • - Knee Platform Dimension: 15.75" L x 7.75" W x 20.5"-34.25" H
  • - Bag Dimension: 11"W x 6.25"D x 11.75"H
  • - Net Weight: 25 lbs.
  • - Certification: FDA
  • Color Silver
  • Brand HomCom
  • CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
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4.7
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George N...
2021-05-02
Quality Craftsmanship
The product is built well and did not disappoint. Two things stand out that are better than the last knee scooter: 1. The wheels are larger and softer so it's easier to navigate the different surfaces and it's easier to roll up and down stairs, 2. It folds and takes a LOT less space for transporting. Highly recommend this product.
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Eric M...
2020-12-08
So far my knee scooter
So far my knee scooter is excellent, I am very happy with the quality! Thank you!
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2020-12-13

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Stef
2020-11-20
Skip the negative reviews and read mine.
I read a lot of the reviews posted for this scooter before taking the chance to buy it... Most of the negative reviews seemed like more user error than product fault. The unit was very easy to put together, it came mostly assembled. It handles well indoors and out. I haven't had a single issue with it. Some of the reviews claimed the wheels turned to far causing falls, my unit has a post and stoppers to prevent that. If anything i wished it turned a bit sharper. Another common complaint was that the wheels didn't hold up on cement or sidewalks, I haven't experienced this at all..'So far it has been great. I'm a very large guy, at 6'3" and nearly 300lbs and I'm happy with it. The knee pad isn't super comfortable, but kneeling for long periods on anything isn't very comfortable period. I considered sticking a piece of memory foam to the seat with velcro for extra padding, All in all I am very pleased with this purchase. My insurance wanted me to pay over $500 (half of the $1000) for a scooter from a durable medical supply, This one cost me 1/4 that.
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Snezhana Z...
2020-11-19
Four week review of a great product
When you're told to keep ALL weight off of your left foot after surgery for at least six weeks, cringeful thoughts of struggling with crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs comes to mind. I recently found myself in such a situation. I live in an older construction farm house with very narrow doorways so take the wheelchair out of the picture. Also, I'm a big dude (6'3" and nearly 350lbs) so throw that in the mix and you have a headache just trying to figure out the best way to comply with the wishes of your surgeon without half killing yourself trying to get around. Enter my good friend - the knee scooter. My wife found this scooter on Amazon at a price that was certainly much cheaper than renting one from a home health supply for the amount of time I'd need it. Shipping was fast and on time as always when dealing with Amazon. It does require some assembly but nothing most anyone can't handle. The moment I tried it out I knew this was THE perfect alternative to sore armpits. I'm on week 4 of my recovery and I can honestly say it's been a godsend. The ease in which you'll find yourself moving around is a thing of beauty. The wheels are large enough to allow you to navigate thick carpets and even grass. The knee bench is pretty adequately padded and comfortable and the scooter feels pretty well made. I use mine frequently and have not had any issues with it at all. I do have some observations that you may want to keep in mind...
1. The scooter moves about very freely so always keep a hand on the brake and handle. The brake engages on the back wheel and does have a locking mechanism, however, it is quite weak so don't expect it to lock tightly.
2. So far I've went to several follow up appointments and errands with this scooter and it travels pretty well. It's not too heavy and not too light either.
3. I must caution anyone using a knee scooter to be mindful of uneven surfaces and thresholds. You can lose your balance and find yourself eating ground if you decide to get in a hurry and try to speed your way across entryways and sidewalks with transitions. Again, be mindful of where you will be maneuvering and take it slow if the surface seems uneven.
4. So far durability doesn't seem to be an issue but it probably wouldn't hurt to check the screws and bolts every once in a while if you are going to be using this for an extended period of time. Especially if you will be doing a lot of traveling about,

All in all this thing has afforded me great mobility and comfort over what I would have went through with other alternatives. The price was great and having it has made my surgery much more manageable. If you're tired of the crutches and walker, give one of these a try.When you're told to keep ALL weight off of your left foot after surgery for at least six weeks, cringeful thoughts of struggling with crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs comes to mind. I recently found myself in such a situation. I live in an older construction farm house with very narrow doorways so take the wheelchair out of the picture. Also, I'm a big dude (6'3" and nearly 350lbs) so throw that in the mix and you have a headache just trying to figure out the best way to comply with the wishes of your surgeon without half killing yourself trying to get around. Enter my good friend - the knee scooter. My wife found this scooter on Amazon at a price that was certainly much cheaper than renting one from a home health supply for the amount of time I'd need it. Shipping was fast and on time as always when dealing with Amazon. It does require some assembly but nothing most anyone can't handle. The moment I tried it out I knew this was THE perfect alternative to sore armpits. I'm on week 4 of my recovery and I can honestly say it's been a godsend. The ease in which you'll find yourself moving around is a thing of beauty. The wheels are large enough to allow you to navigate thick carpets and even grass. The knee bench is pretty adequately padded and comfortable and the scooter feels pretty well made. I use mine frequently and have not had any issues with it at all. I do have some observations that you may want to keep in mind...
1. The scooter moves about very freely so always keep a hand on the brake and handle. The brake engages on the back wheel and does have a locking mechanism, however, it is quite weak so don't expect it to lock tightly.
2. So far I've went to several follow up appointments and errands with this scooter and it travels pretty well. It's not too heavy and not too light either.
3. I must caution anyone using a knee scooter to be mindful of uneven surfaces and thresholds. You can lose your balance and find yourself eating ground if you decide to get in a hurry and try to speed your way across entryways and sidewalks with transitions. Again, be mindful of where you will be maneuvering and take it slow if the surface seems uneven.
4. So far durability doesn't seem to be an issue but it probably wouldn't hurt to check the screws and bolts every once in a while if you are going to be using this for an extended period of time. Especially if you will be doing a lot of traveling about,

All in all this thing has afforded me great mobility and comfort over what I would have went through with other alternatives. The price was great and having it has made my surgery much more manageable. If you're tired of the crutches and walker, give one of these a try.When you're told to keep ALL weight off of your left foot after surgery for at least six weeks, cringeful thoughts of struggling with crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs comes to mind. I recently found myself in such a situation. I live in an older construction farm house with very narrow doorways so take the wheelchair out of the picture. Also, I'm a big dude (6'3" and nearly 350lbs) so throw that in the mix and you have a headache just trying to figure out the best way to comply with the wishes of your surgeon without half killing yourself trying to get around. Enter my good friend - the knee scooter. My wife found this scooter on Amazon at a price that was certainly much cheaper than renting one from a home health supply for the amount of time I'd need it. Shipping was fast and on time as always when dealing with Amazon. It does require some assembly but nothing most anyone can't handle. The moment I tried it out I knew this was THE perfect alternative to sore armpits. I'm on week 4 of my recovery and I can honestly say it's been a godsend. The ease in which you'll find yourself moving around is a thing of beauty. The wheels are large enough to allow you to navigate thick carpets and even grass. The knee bench is pretty adequately padded and comfortable and the scooter feels pretty well made. I use mine frequently and have not had any issues with it at all. I do have some observations that you may want to keep in mind...
1. The scooter moves about very freely so always keep a hand on the brake and handle. The brake engages on the back wheel and does have a locking mechanism, however, it is quite weak so don't expect it to lock tightly.
2. So far I've went to several follow up appointments and errands with this scooter and it travels pretty well. It's not too heavy and not too light either.
3. I must caution anyone using a knee scooter to be mindful of uneven surfaces and thresholds. You can lose your balance and find yourself eating ground if you decide to get in a hurry and try to speed your way across entryways and sidewalks with transitions. Again, be mindful of where you will be maneuvering and take it slow if the surface seems uneven.
4. So far durability doesn't seem to be an issue but it probably wouldn't hurt to check the screws and bolts every once in a while if you are going to be using this for an extended period of time. Especially if you will be doing a lot of traveling about,

All in all this thing has afforded me great mobility and comfort over what I would have went through with other alternatives. The price was great and having it has made my surgery much more manageable. If you're tired of the crutches and walker, give one of these a try.
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Tony A...
2020-11-18
great quality for the price
This is an amazing knee walker.. I recently had foot surgery and need to be off that foot for a couple months. Having this walker enables me to be more independent including chores around the kitchen and maneuvering around from room to room quickly. I also like that it is very quiet and the brakes hold very well. While I didn't buy the unit with the basket or order a basket separately, I used a plastic basket on hand which my hubby fastened with nylon ties and it works great!
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