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  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red
  • KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red

KneeRover

KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red

KneeRover

KneeRover Jr - Small Adult and Kids All Terrain Knee Scooter in Red

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Product Description Product Description
  • Ideal for small adults and kids recovering from injury or surgery to the foot, ankle or lower leg as well as below the knee amputees. The All Terrain KneeRover Jr is an excellent alternative to crutches and offers the most versatility among knee walkers.
  • Indoor - Outdoor All Terrain knee scooter features 9 inch pneumatic tires perfect for navigating your home, work, and any terrain with ease including grass, gravel, dirt and gaps in sidewalks.
  • These steerable knee walkers offer an advanced automotive style tie-rod steering mechanism and NEW KneeRover Stabilizer training wheel for maximum stability and control.
  • 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 250 lb weight capacity and is recommended for individuals with heights 4'3" - 5'9".
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I WAS excited...I was very excited to receive this scooter. I'd been using one with hard rubber wheels and took a spill when I hit a hole in the asphalt of a parking lot at night. My husband put the whole thing together for me and everything was going well until it came to airing up the tires. We have our own portable compressor and the two front tires filled with no problem. The back one was a whole other story. I ended up taking it to our local tire store. They couldn't help because they said their compressors are too powerful and would probably case the inner tube to explode. They suggested going to a bike shop, which I did. The guy at the bike shop took a look and immediately realized that there was a hole in the inner tube. To confirm, he loosened the tire to pull the tube out. Unfortunately, he didn't have the right size (1- x 1.75) inner tube in stock. So, my next step was to call Amazon. I was hoping they could just overnight me a new tire/inner tube, or just the tube and that would take care of it. I need this scooter NOW! The best they could do was to ship a new scooter out with 2-day delivery, which means I'll be without for three more days. Then, my husband will have to put together the new one (we'll pray the inner tubes are all good) and then take apart the original scooter to ship it back. I suggest, if you order this scooter, that you also purchase a set of inner tubes, just in case.3Smooth ride, limited turning, knee rest could be betterI ordered Petite knee scooter aftwr I fractured R ankle, because I am only 5'2". I had been loaned another model and the knee rest is too high at the lowest setting. So having a lower height is great. This scooter is very smooth over all surfaces. The turning radius is smaller so it's harder to maneuver in tight places. My biggest problem thou is the knee rest; the other model has a deep grove and the center is notched out when I got my walking boat the top strap really digs into my leg, but with notch in other knee scooter no pain. (I need both scooters because I'm in a 2 story house). My work around is to remove top strap from the walking boot, but I still prefer the other knee rest it just feels more secure.PS: The red one is the one I bought. I highly recommend the knee pads, the knee rests are pretty hard and becomes uncomfortable if you're on it for any length of time. I used mine at the mall, definitely wouldn't have lasted too long w/o the padding.4Great mobility tool!I spent a great deal of time pouring over the reviews on similar products. The one common thread was the fact that people fell off of them. So the thing that made me decide upon this model was the fact of having the pneumatic Wheels, another words, air filled tires. The ones with the hard rubber tires would be just fine if you were only going to be using it only indoors. Common sense would tell you that those smaller, hard wheels would be a problem going through a parking lot or down the sidewalk. People reported hitting an unevenness in the sidewalk or a small rock and went over the handlebars because of the abrupt stopping, causing further injuries. The 9 inch pneumatic tires completely eliminate this danger. I have tested it and it takes even small dips and cracks with ease. One of the things that was a concern for me was three wheels versus four wheels. The first time out with this scooter made me realize that the three wheels made perfect sense. Pushing off with your foot would definitely have an issue in touching the rear wheel if there were two wheels rather than just one in the rear . This model does come with what they call a stabilizer wheel, I call it a training wheel, lol. That would be placed on the opposite side, again not interfering with the foot you're kicking off with. Assembly was very easy, and they included all the tools that you need which I thought was very nice as wellOther complaints that it has a wobble in the front end. The only time that this condition would be a problem is if you were going too fast. You definitely would not want to go a whole lot faster than a walking or slow jogging speed, which is what this is made for. It is not made for going at running speeds.This scooter is very well-made, it is very sturdy. The handlebars folds down very quickly and it is very easy to pick up and put in the back of my car. One complaint that I saw was that you needed some sort of a tool to push the button into further handlebar down. Absolutely not true. There is kind of a bolt that swings up and screws down to secure the placement of The Handlebar. You just pull on that in order to align the button into the Locking positionThings that people need to consider when considering purchasing this type of mobility equipment. This product and products like it are definitely not made for people who have a compromise in there General body strength. You have to be in generally good health for this to be a benefit. If you have any trouble with your knees, hips or your back, I highly recommend some other form of Mobility.I would definitely recommend this product given the perimeter that I have given. I think it's the best bang-for-the-buck considering similar models being three and four hundred dollars!5Good value, convenient & comfortable--BUT USE THE "TRAINING" WHEEL!!This is MUCH better than anything you can rent from a medical supply shop for the same price. The pad is nice and thick (but go ahead and get another pad for the top--so you can have something that's more comfortable than the Naugahyde and something you can throw into the laundry.The basket is convenient. The "fold-down" aspect is not much to write home about. The front wheels are air-filled, squishy, quiet. The turning radius is pathetic. So you will end up with 30-point turns or, more likely, you'll be lifting up the front to turn.IMPORTANT: Put the fourth wheel on. I don't know why they call it a "training" wheel. Without it, YOU ARE LIKELY TO TIP OVER. That may be why they have such a terrible turning radius, because if you turn even a little bit, it will tip without the extra wheel. And honestly, there's no reason NOT to have it. I think it may have been an oversight in the design, and they added the 4th wheel to fix the problem, and it looks weird so they call it a training wheel. Just put it on and it will be just fine.The steering and brakes otherwise work fine. It's easy to adjust. You will LOVE this thing in places like the airport, where there are wide hallways and lots of wide open spaces. It's actually fun, which you need if you more of if you need a knee scooter. As with any knee scooter, you should be very careful about anything with bumps in the ground, and even the thresholds of doors. If you're going too fast (which I did as much as possible, because I needed to enjoy my situation more), the scooter can potentially stop suddenly while your body keeps going over the handlebars.5Travel Safely with ConfidenceI have been using this scooter for six weeks straight. I ride it on uneven, cracked sidewalks on my way to the bus, on streets without sidewalks, in my office building, and everywhere else I've gone, including Mexico and other U.S. cities. I added a cup holder and a bag hook (designed for strollers). All that, together with the basket, has made this a very useful way of getting around while I recover from foot surgery. The all terrain wheels have allowed me to travel with confidence on uneven surfaces. It was damaged when I gate checked it on a recent flight, and the airline provided me with a loaner scooter -- same brand but not all terrain wheels. I felt so unsafe on the loaner scooter because of the smaller wheels. It is definitely worth it to get the all terrain version unless you will only be using it on perfectly flat, even surfaces. My only complaints are (1) the brake was worthless and never slowed me down (I had to drag my foot to stop it) and (2) the folding mechanism for the handlebars doesn't always work smoothly. Note that you have to remove the basket to fold down the handlebars, which is how I ended up leaving the basket in an Uber one day (but I did recover it).5Without question, go for the all terrain version!When I made the decision to go ahead with my ankle surgery, I scoured the internet for reviews on knee scooters. Having a shoulder injury as well, I knew that it was going to be difficult to get around on just my crutches and hated the idea of being so limited during my recovery phase. Let me just say this has been a godsend. Honestly, I couldn't have chosen a better fit for me. I'm generally pretty active and I worried that the traditional wheels on a knee scooter wouldn't give me the type of mobility I wanted. I used it from day 1 and almost 6 weeks later can't imagine how I would have done it without this. It's worth the extra money to go with the all terrain version. Bonus if you're shorter because at 5'4" this is the ideal size. It also fits into the trunk of my car and it's too heavy for me to pick up with one arm either.I have a two-story home and I was able to borrow another scooter from a friend to use upstairs. If I had to rely on that version of the scooter (plastic wheels) I wouldn't have been able to go back to work as quickly as I did.5Great for a cruise!This thing was a lifesaver! I had surgery 6 weeks before my cruise and was a little worried about missing out on fun. Let me tell you, this girl didn't miss a beat on that cruise. I was zipping around that ship and off that ship with the greatest of ease. Everyone wanted my scooter! Grass and uneven sidewalks were no problem, but the beach was a little more difficult to navigate. I also added the "robocup" drink holder for easier hands free use. I did not get one of the soft furry seat covers for extra comfort, but I wish I did. Your knee does start to hurt after an extended period of time.5Great scooter for petite adultsIt took a long time to decide on the right scooter that would work best for me. After reading the only review about this scooter. I found that the all terrain knee rover is very well made... sturdy and easy to maneuver in my house, and rides smoothly with the 9" wheels. The added wheel attached to the opposite side where my good leg is, worked well as a xtra safety measure. The scooter is supported by the 3 terrain wheels, and is well balanced and did not tip over. I am a petite adult, 5 foot 1/2" tall, with the distance from my bent up knee to floor measuring less than 17". The standard size would not have worked for me. I am completely satisfied with this product. Customer service was excellent, and answered all my questions to help me with this purchase.5Use Caution, front end wobbles and terrible brakesMy wife has been using her scooter for about 12 days, she is recovering from foot surgery.First the good: Large air-filled tires go over uneven pavement with ease.Now the bad: Turning radius is terrible in a house. A school bus turns better than this thing. Brakes are not strong enough to hold my wife back going down a gentle slope, she is 5'7" and 115 pounds which is not even close to the maximum weight limit. At anything more than about 2 mph the scooter wobbles terrible in the front end. Everything is tight but the wobble continues.With the front end wobble and the terrible brakes, I urge everyone to use caution while using this knee scooter.3Ideal for RA sufferers recovering from foot surgeryWhere were these things during surgeries 1 - 3? What a nice invention! I'm 5'1" and this walker is fully adjustable and comfortable for my height. This is the sturdy all terrain model and it moves beautifully over everything inside and out. It does require a handy person to do some assembling...ideally before your surgery. I'm a little unstable around corners...so my dear dad added the stability wheel. If you have arthritis and have wrist issues...this is the way to go! I love the zippy red color too.5
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