Roscoe Knee Scooter with Basket, Black, Crutch Alternative for Foot or Ankle Injuries, Adjustable Handlebar and Knee Platform Height, Increase Your Mobility, Stay Active While Recovering
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- Contains (1) Roscoe Knee Scooter with Basket, black. Ideal for recovery from an ankle or foot injury. Steerable for increased mobility. Adjustable hand brake and knee platform for comfort and stability. Padded handle bar grips. Weight capacity of 350lbs.
- The Roscoe Knee Scooter is steerable for increased maneuverability & its large 8" clear wheels keep it rolling smoothly. It's a comfortable, maneuverable alternative to traditional crutches for those with foot or ankle injuries who want to remain active.
- With its four large wheels and padded knee platform, the Roscoe Knee Scooter is perfect for indoor and outdoor use. Unlike crutches, it provides the most freedom possible, and the detachable basket keeps your hands free to maneuver the steerable scooter.
- HOME MEDICAL & MOBILITY EQUIPMENT: Roscoe Medical carries a variety home medical and mobility products including pain management therapy items such as TENS devices, respiratory needs, CPAP devices, wheelchairs, scooters, walkers and other mobility aids.
- QUALITY & COMFORT: Compare Roscoe Medical mobility devices to mobility aids from brands like KneeRover, Healthport, ELENKER, New Age Living, Drive Medical, Giantex, CO-Z, Goplus, Medline, Ezee Life, NOVA Medical, Comfy Go, Karman, Carex, and Duro-Med.
|EAN||0092237601136 , 0813520012213|
|Number of Items||1|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
|UPC||092237601136 , 813520012213|
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|Brand Name||Roscoe Medical|
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About Compass Health Brands
Compass Health Brands was created through the merger of Roscoe Medical and Carex Health Brands. We provide innovative, high quality products that enable consumers to live healthier, more comfortable and independent lives.
Affordable, Professional-Grade Scooters!
Available in Burgundy, Black and White
The Roscoe Knee Scooter offers increased comfort and ease of mobility to patients who cannot put weight on their foot or ankle, but want to remain active.
With its four large wheels and padded knee platform, the Knee Scooter is perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The offset post on the aluminum knee platform allows for right-to-left adjustment in seconds - no tools required.
The Knee Scooter is equipped with an easy folding mechanism that collapses using a thumb release lever and fits beneath the raised knee platform for ease of storage and transportation.
- Scooter can be steered for increased maneuverability
- Ideal for individuals recovering from an ankle or foot injury
- Large 8-inch clear PU wheels with sealed bearings
- Adjustable hand brake ensures safety
- Padded knee platform with easy-adjustment mechanism
- Padded handlebar grips
- Limited lifetime warranty on frame, 90 days on all other parts
Roscoe Knee Scooter Features
Adjustable Hand Brake
Adjustable Handle Bar
Maintenance-Free Axle & Axle Bearings
Easy Tool-Free Assembly
|Item #ROS-KSBG||Item #ROS-KSB||Item #ROS-KSW|
|Frame Finish||Powder-coated Burgundy||Powder-coated Black||Powder-coated White|
|Weight Capacity||350 lbs.||350 lbs.||350 lbs.|
|Knee Platform Measurements||7" Width x 14" Length||7" Width x 14" Length||7" Width x 14" Length|
|Adjustable Handle Height||31" - 41"||31" - 41"||31" - 41"|
|Knee Pad Height Adjustment||17.5" - 22"||17.5" - 22"||17.5" - 22"|
|Product Weight||22.8 lbs.||22.8 lbs.||22.8 lbs.|
|Patient Height Range||4' 11" - 6' 6"||4' 11" - 6' 6"||4' 11" - 6' 6"|
The Knee Scooter offers increased comfort and ease of mobility to patients who cannot put weight on their foot or ankle, but want to remain active. With its four large wheels and padded knee platform, the Knee Scooter is perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The offset post on the aluminum knee platform allows for right-to-left adjustment in seconds - no tools required. The Knee Scooter is equipped with an easy folding mechanism that collapses using a thumb release lever and fits beneath the raised knee platform for ease of storage and transportation.
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There was so much I didn’t know about being immobile - 4 weeks since major foot surgery, and I’m still 100% reliant on the scooter, so I’d like to share what I’ve learned about this process, as my friend was nice enough to do the same for me:
BEFORE your surgery-
Get the scooter and ride it for several partial days BEFORE surgery. Are you able to use it to roll into the bathroom? Is there room to turn it around to get out of the bathroom? This took a little practice. If you cannot get in and out of the bathroom due to space, will you use crutches or walker? PRACTICE, women in particular sometimes do not have a lot of upper body strength, crutches/walkers can be tricky. Are toiletries (and refills) within reach? Is your toilet high enough if you are only on one foot and lowering yourself? Will you be able to get your foot/leg wet in the bath? If not, how are you keeping it dry? Will you need a seat in the shower and a hand-held shower attachment? (I use the cheap one we bought for the dogs, for shower seat, one with a back works better). PRACTICE getting in/out of the shower/tub.
Can you get in and out of your bed easily? While in bed, will your recovering limb be out of range of a spouse rolling over it or a pet jumping on it? If you can’t sleep because you’re uncomfortable, is there a book/TV within reach to occupy you? If you have floors, plan your pathways and remove rugs, dog placemats, etc. The scooter rolls over carpets, but it’s definitely more work. Can you maneuver the exterior doors to let the dogs out or accept a delivery? Can you make a circuit around the interior of your kitchen/bedroom, etc, without worrying about backing out of spaces?
Will constantly getting up on one leg to mount the scooter from a sitting position begin to irritate the knee on your “good” leg? Have a lightweight knee brace available when you come home from surgery.
Day Before Surgery-
Pack your scooter basket. What will you need to carry in the basket after surgery? Right now, mine has bifocals, reading glasses, a Tervis water glass in a plastic vase so it doesn’t fall over and dribble, a breakfast bar, hair clip, dog snacks for bribes, Kindle, iPad, phone, pain reliever. Do NOT try to “carry” something if it does not fit in the basket. Do you need to be able to reach something in a lower cabinet like a trash bin? Can you still reach it with the scooter in the way?
Arrange your “lounging” spaces - Can you reach your favorite refreshments in the fridge? Ice packs for your foot/leg? What about quick snacks when there’s no one there to help you? Do you have spare pillows on your bed, couch, or favorite recliner in order to keep your foot above your heart? Are chargers for phone/iPad and TV within reach? A spare blanket/fan if you’re sensitive to temperature changes? Are the shower toiletries within reach and the shower chair in place? Is there any music or Audible book you might want to download?
If you do all of the above, you should be in good shape for your “down time”!
Other products I found useful for recovery:
NOVA Medical Products Toilet Safety Rails (Sold by: Nova Medical Products)
Padded Bath Safety Seat with Backrest (Sold by: CompressionStockings+)
Flexi Freeze Refreezable Ice Sheets 3 pack (sold by Amazon)
It was extremely easy to assemble (even for a guy on pain medication with only one good leg). Within ten minutes of opening the box, I was zooming around my living room floor. After getting this, the only time I used crutches was to go up/down stairs or when I was visiting a friend's home that was too small/tight inside to have room to maneuver the scooter.
Until I had this, I did not realize how much having to rely on crutches was limiting my ability to get out of the house. Once I had the scooter, going to the mall with my wife to get some holiday shopping done was not only possible but enjoyable. When my wife was taking a particularly long time in one area of the mall, I was able to turn around and sit on the knee pad and then place my injured foot across the knee of my good leg to keep it elevated--so this was both a scooter and a seat when I needed one.
When I was off pain medication and cleared to drive, I threw this in the back of my car and took it everywhere I went. It is light enough that I was able to easily put it in the trunk while hopping on one leg. When I returned to work, I was zooming up and down the halls of my office on this. The basket on the front made it easy to carry around my ice pack and whatever file materials I was working on. When I was seated at my desk, or when my wife and I went out to dinner, I used the knee pad on the scooter as a cushion to prop my leg up on to keep my foot elevated.
The bottom line is that this scooter made my life a lot easier and much more enjoyable during what was already a painful drawn out recovery. I would note that I am a fairly big guy at a bit above 250 lbs. I found the scooter extremely sturdy and comfortable and imagine it would safely carry someone well in excess of my weight. The knee cushion was comfortable for me, though I would take my knee off of it and stretch my leg out every 5-10 minutes to keep my lower leg from tingling due to the pressure on my knee/shin.
When I was done with this, I sold it locally for well over half of what I paid for it, though I would have considered it money well spent even if I had not gotten anything for selling it.
Most recent customer reviews
foot surgery healed. You are able to get around to do things you couldn't otherwise do, under the circumstances.Read more