KneeRover All Terrain Steerable Knee Scooter Knee Walker Heavy Duty Crutches Alternative in Blue
- 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 crutch alternative 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.
- 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 350 lb weight capacity and is recommended for individuals with heights 5'6" - 6'5".
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KneeRover All terrain Knee Walker.
KneeRover is one of the leading brand of knee walkers.
KneeRover is the creator of innovative mobility solutions and crutch alternatives such as the All Terrain knee scooter, Pediatric knee walker, the KneeRover go, and the all new KneeRover quad.
KneeRover offers the broadest selection of knee walker models on the market (18 and counting), with a wide range of colors. KneeRover has a mobility solution for you.
All KneeRover products are designed in Georgia, USA.
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KneeRover All Terrain
The Original All Terrain Knee Walker
When you have an injury or surgery on your lower leg, ankle or foot and are required to be non weight bearing for a long period, the idea of being sentenced to crutches can be agonizing. While crutches provide a level of mobility, they are often very painful, unstable and limiting in what you can do. KneeRover revolutionized the knee walker industry when it introduced the All Terrain KneeRover - the first All Terrain Knee Walker with 12 inch air filled tires.
KneeRover All Terrain - Features & Benefits
All Terrain 12" Pneumatic Tires
Large All Terrain air filled tires provide freedom to navigate grass, gravel, compact sand, dirt, sidewalk gaps with incredible ease and agility.
Premium Tire Rod Steering
Advanced automotive style tie-rod steering mechanism provides excellent stability, even while traversing rough terrain.
Locking Hand Brake
Adjustable locking hand brake provides immediate stopping ability and control. Simple push button parking brake.
KneeRover comes equiped with the KneeRover Stabilizer for users seeking increased stability while maneuvering their scooter.
KneeRover All Terrain - Features & Benefits
Heavy Duty Frame
KneeRover All Terrain has a rugged dual bar frame and provides a 350 lb weight capacity.
Easy Transport and Storage
Quick release folding mechanism on the steering column enables easy transport. Removable front axle offers compact storage.
Adjustable Knee Pad
Comfortable contoured knee pad with 3 inch cushion features tool free height adjustment to accommodate a wide range of users.
Available in Canyon Orange
The KneeRover All Terrain is also available in a sporty Canyon Orange color.
|KneeRover All Terrain||KneeRover All Terrain||KneeRover Quad All Terrain||KneeRover Pro All Terrain||KneeRover Jr All Terrain|
|Weight Capacity (lbs)||350||350||350||350||250|
|Patient Height Range||5'6" to 6'6"||5'6" to 6'6"||5' to 6'4"||5'6" to 6'8"||4'3" to 5'9"|
|Product Weight (lbs)||27||28.3||26||28||25.9|
|Wheel Type||Air Filled Tires||Air Filled Tires||Air Filled Tires||Air Filled Tires||Air Filled Tires|
|Wheel Diameter (in)||12||12||12||12||9|
|Premium Tie Rod Steering||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Color||Blue||Canyon Orange||Metallic Blue||Metallic Silver||Red|
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KNEEROVER ALL TERRAIN KNEE WALKER
The ORIGINAL All Terrain Knee Walker from the # 1 Knee Walker Brand
The All Terrain KneeRover Knee Walker is the most versatile and advanced kneewalker in the industry - establishing a new level of durability and freedom of mobility for individuals recovering from a broken foot, broken ankle, broken leg, foot surgery, ankle surgery or other lower leg injuries or medical conditions like ulcers.
These indoor - outdoor All Terrain kneeling walkers are an excellent crutch alternative and feature 12" diameter off-road pneumatic tires designed to easily traverse grass, sidewalks, gravel and dirt with incredible ease and agility (this is simply not possible with most knee scooters available today).
Compatible with both the right and left legs, the KneeRover offers a 3" thick contoured knee platform and ergonomic rubber hand grips for complete comfort.
KneeRover knee walkers are equipped with a free detachable storage basket and feature tool-free assembly, setup and height adjustments.
Whether your are at home, at work, on the trail or on the town, experience a faster paced lifestyle with the All Terrain KneeRover - No Boundaries! Dual Crossbar Design for Extreme Durability.
Weight Capacity: 350 Pounds
Tires: 12 inches Air-filled (note: you will need to inflate tires upon receiving the unit)
Overall Length: 35.5 inches
Overall Height w/handlebar in lowest position: 34 inches
Overall Height w/handlebar in highest position: 41 inches
Overall Height w/handlebar folded and seat removed: 19 inches
Handlebar Adjusted Height Range: 34 – 41 inches
3 inches Contoured Knee Support
Adjusted Height Range: 18 – 21.5 inches
Knee pad dimensions: 7 inches wide x 12.5 inches length
Front Axle Width: 21 inches
Stopping: Rear Brakes
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This scooter does not make sharp turns, because it is built for speed and stability. Indoors, you can pick up the front or back when needed for a sharp turn. That can get tiring, so I use a simple trick. I pull on the brake as I pull back on the handlebars, and the front wheels pop up. It pivots on the back wheel, and I turn it whichever way I want to go. (The outrigger wheel helps to keep it from tipping sideways when I do this.) I also back up out of tight quarters a lot.
Some suggestions for new users: First, use the outrigger wheel!! The outrigger wheel is NOT just a training wheel. When you make sharp turns indoors, especially on a carpet and/or backing up, the back wheel tends to tip away from you. Put the outrigger wheel on the side away from your good leg, and it prevents this tipping. Second, cover the kneepad with sheepskin or some other soft, high-friction covering. It's more comfortable and keeps you from sliding off. Third, be prepared to reverse the kneepad (four screws, turn it around) every couple of weeks. The side away from your body gets compressed where you push on it, and your knee tends to slide off. Reversing it gives you a good edge again.
I also have regular crutches and a knee crutch, and I use them as little as possible. They are 10 times harder to use, and 20 times slower than the scooter. I only use the crutches for stairs and other places where I absolutely can't use the scooter.
This is a good quality and a good value for a large wheel knee walker/scooter. The handle folds down for easier transportation in your car and the basket comes in very handy. Having one wheel in back means you won't hit your ankle on your good leg when pushing off, but it is slightly less stable than a 4 wheel (If you don't have balance issues and go slow when you turn you'll be fine). I have both types of knee walkers/scooters: This large wheel and a small wheel ("Drive" brand DV8). Both have there place, the small wheel for mostly hard indoor floors, large wheel if you have carpet/hardwood floors, but this is the one to get if you need to go outside.
The long winded version:
Again, if you are looking for a good quality scooter, this is one to consider. If you are looking for a precision piece of engineering this isn't it.
- The large tires/wheels make going over door thresholds, cracks in the sidewalks and roads a breeze (Small wheeled scooters tend to stop abruptly when they hit anything larger than a toothpick)
- Good quality components are used throughout
- Knee pad is firm but comfortable over time
- The basket comes in more handy than you think it would
- Not too heavy (has some weight but not bad)
- Has a parking brake - very helpful when loading/unloading items
- Has automotive type steering vs swing axle like other scooters (Very good)
- Quality control seems to be a goal - not a reality.
- The turn radius stops were welded off center meaning it turned really sharp to the left and much less to the right (This can be fixed/adjusted)
- The front axle support channel was welded slightly off center as well (This can be fixed/adjusted)
- The knobby tires are over kill and are harder to keep rolling vs a street style tire.
- The basket supports were welded on too low on the steering tube so you can't release the steering tube lock lever without taking the basket off. It could be that the steering tube itself was made too short (?) either way it's not like their picture shown, my basket sits right on top of the release lever.
- The handle bars are very narrow making turning stability a bit tricky and puts your arms/body is a awkward position. Also, because the bar is so narrow you think you have width clearance to walls, etc, but the wheels stick out way further and you'll scratch walls while the bars are nowhere near the wall.
- Had to adjust the tie rod ends to make the front wheels parallel and point in the same direction (Had a really bad toe-in out of the box)
- When assembling, make sure the front axle is mounted perpendicular to the frame (There's some slop in the two mounting holes so you can adjust the alignment some.)
- Replace the knobby tires with street tires (Bought from Amazon: Sunlit Freestyle Tire, 12-1/2 x 2-1/4", Black
** These tire reduce the rolling resistance making pushing yourself around much easier.
- Drill out tie rod ends to match the mounting hole in the steering arm. Replace supplied nut, bolt, and washers with new hole size nut, bolt, and washers. This gets rid of the sloppy steering
- Cut (narrowed) the mechanical steering stop so the turning radius would be the same for both left and right turns. I may cut some more so the scooter "pivots" vs turns. Just got to remember to slow down when turning tight.
- Replaced the whole handle bar / steering tube assembly with a piece of pipe 1.125 od x .065 wall x 12" long.
** I used the existing handlebar as a guide as a hole spacing template
** I used a 1" (1.125 od) full hard copper pipe from Lowes, I may switch this out for a piece of (stainless) steel if the copper looks like it might be too soft. So far though the copper pipe is holding up quite well.
- Bought an aluminum 1-1/8" bicycle quill stem
- Bought an aluminum BMX handlebar (30mm rise x 15 deg sweep)
** The bar was 24" wide, I cut then down to 20" to better match the overall width of the front wheel span
** I left the old grips on the original handlebars and bought a pair of Bell grips. The new grips give a better fit for larger hands
- Replaced the supplied brake lever with a lighter version and moved to my good leg side (Left)
** I found that I tended to use the arm the same side as my good leg for steering if I was carrying anything in my hands
- The hole in the steering arm that the two tie rod ends mount to is way too big making for slop between tie rod bolt and the steering arm. There's some lag when you start turning the bars and when the wheels actually start to turn. This slop allows for a clinky noise
- The holes for the screws that make the hinge for the folding steering tube, they too are too big so you get a clinky noise
- The basket mounting tabs are so tight that it takes four Canadians and a Swede to remove the basket
All in all this is a really good scooter and I highly recommend this for anyone who isn't home bound needs to be out and about. Truthfully though, it's good around the house too. It goes over carpet-to-floor thresholds much better than the small wheel scooters do.
Unless you're on the trail I'd swap out the tires for street versions, your good leg will thank you.
I'll also say that the instructions for putting it together were largely incomplete, but he videos on the website very helpful
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This was amazing to use in home and in office while my leg healed and allowed me to be hands free from crutches. It’s not heavy but was bigger than I expected but still so amazing to use.
I also purchased the sheepskin cover for the kneerover and made the journey just that more comfortable and enjoyable.
You won’t regret the purchase if you for any reason are having to use crutches.
- large pneumatic wheels handle bumps, cracks, gravel, sidewalk transitions, small steps, etc.
- Handle height is much more adjustable than other scooters.
- easy to assemble
- knee pad more comfortable than other knee scooters I've tried
- A little unstable when making tight turns at speed. Though I have a higher center of gravity than most at 6'4". NEEDS A TRAINING WHEEL (see update below)
- Turning radius isn't as good as the smaller wheeled knee scooters. Might be able to adjust this by drilling out a notch in the stopper (probably voids warranty)
I used a smaller wheeled knee scooter for a week and it was great around the house & office but not getting to and from the bus or going on a walk around the neighborhood. The KneeRover is much better at handling sidewalk transitions, bumps in the road, gravel. etc. Well worth the cost. I even use this to get up and down steps at my house.
The instability when turning caused me to fall off when transitioning from sidewalk to street to cross the road. I had to put my bad foot down and ended up re-injuring my leg. So, I bout training wheels for $12 and put one on the side opposite my good leg. This has helped tremendously. I would recommend getting a training wheel to reduce the instability.
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