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â EXTREMELY DURABLE, NO RE-INJURIES HERE. Roscoe knee scooters are built to last and are extremely durable. The medical scooter supports persons weighing up to 350lbs and is great for adults, kids, or teens.
â SUPERIOR COMFORT-ABILITY. Large 8″ clear wheels keep it rolling smoothly, keeping you comfortable. Knee Scooter that is steerable, and a very maneuverable alternative to traditional crutches for those with a broken foot, broken ankle, or leg injury
â EXTRA PADDED KNEE PLATFORM. Large wheels and padded knee platform make this one knee scooter perfect for indoor and outdoor use. Unlike crutches, it provides the most freedom; the detachable basket keeps your hands free to maneuver the steerable scooter.
â FOLDS FOR TRANSPORT. The knee walker scooter is foldable at the handlebars for easy transport and is a great hands free crutch while sitting still.
â KNEE SCOOTER WITH BASKET. An ideal knee crutch for recovery from an ankle or foot injury or surgery. Steerable for increased mobility. Adjustable hand brake and knee platform for comfort and stability. Padded handle bar grips.
Roscoe knee scooters for foot injuries are an ideal solution for those seeking a safe, versatile crutch alternative.
With an adjustable handle height between 31″ – 41″, a knee pad adjustment between 17.5″ – 22″, and a weight capacity of 350 lb. these knee walkers for adults will accommodate a variety of individuals. The offset post on the foot scooter’s knee platform allows for easy, tool-free right-to-left adjustment depending on the location of the injury.
The knee scooter is equipped with large 8″ wheels, our knee roller can be used both indoors and outdoors. The easy folding mechanism that collapses using a thumb release lever and fits beneath the raised platform as well as the sizable scooter basket ensure you can take this equipment whenever you’re on the go.
Roscoe Medical scooters meet the needs of multiple indications including those looking for a medical scooter for foot surgery or those seeking a leg scooter for broken foot or other injuries associated with the foot, leg, or ankle. The padded knee platform provides excellent comfort for a user’s knees and with padded handle bar grips, adjustable hand-brakes, our broken foot scooter is top-of-the-line in the durable medical equipment industry.
Limited lifetime warranty on frame, 90 days on all other parts.
Features and Benefits Of Our Knee Scooter:
- Avoid re-injury. Our knee scooters are premium quality, built with safety in mind, quality assurance tested by our best-in-class QA department
- Keeps You More Safe. Navigate rough terrain with our knee scooters
- Maximized Control. Our knee scooters are built with disc brakes, allowing for better control
- Comfortable Ride. Our padded seat and handlebars maximized comfort while riding, alleviating discomfort
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September 13, 2018
To start off, when I was reading all kinds of knee scooter reviews, I wondered how old some people were, how tall they were, how much they weighed, etc. Iâm 20, 5â6â and weigh 145lbs.
I broke my ankle in 13 places in June, so at the end of September it will have been 3 months of not bearing any weight. Due to pain from my injury and surgeries, I had been stuck in bed for about a month and a half, which got pretty depressing.
After being able to get up and move around, crutches were great and all but this scooter was absolutely worth the buy and a life saver. I could not decide on what brand or what scooter but for the price itâs nice. All the reviews I read about other scooters just didnât match up to this one.
Iâd go with black if you donât care for color since itâs cheaper. I needed it by a certain day and white was able to ship faster. Itâs a nice quality scooter. Itâs heavy enough to not feel like youâll fall over but it is still light enough to be able to stand on one leg and be able to turn it around. The turning radius isnât the best, so you kind of have to manouver your way around, which is why itâs good to be able to turn it around.
A lot of reviews I read were about people falling over due to uneven ground or carpet. The only way you could go flying off would be if you were going way too fast or just being careless. You do have to take caution when it comes to driving this thing. Be cautious and go slow over concrete cracks and when transitioning to carpet. I havenât fallen but thatâs because Iâve been too scared to even go over a certain speed. It also does pick up speed very quickly.
Itâs very sturdy. Reminds me almost of a bike, with how well built it is. If you ever had a razor scooter as a kid, itâs just like that but you ride with your knee (luckily it doesnât have to ability to swing around and whack your ankle). ð
The basket has helped me so much when getting water or food or even putting stuff in to carry around.
The one break is good, although I wonder how two wouldâve been. It does break really well, so if youâre going fast (you shouldnât anyways) it will jerk you if you randomly stop. It doesnât have a lock break so it has the ability to run away, if away from it, or on uneven ground. It runs so smoothly over laminate flooring, such as tile or wood, itâs almost satisfying.
Be aware that your knee will be sore and the day after your thigh will be extremely sore, or so mine was after 2 months of not using the muscle. The fuzzy wool cover is worth paying an extra $10 for it. It made the seat a lot comfier. Itâs soft and doesnât get hot. It does shed a lot as pictured with my boot. It always sticks to the velcro! Haha
I was extremely happy with this purchase. Itâs a life saver from crutches and it gives you more independence.
Hope this helps you make a decision!
January 29, 2018
After three weeks of struggling with crutches, I saw this come up in search for a crutch alternative online. After looking at reviews, trying to keep to a conservative price-range and consulting with my ortho Dr., i decided on this little beauty. This is a Godsend. I’m in a cast and boot for 3 months following Achilles tendon rupture, and I literally cried at the prospect of navigating for a quarter of a year on crutches. I no longer had to wait for people to bring me things or do small chores around the house as I now freely zip around. It has good maneuverability which I imagine would be much easier in a larger home. I have a small house but can do a mean 3-point turn to make my way around. It is solid but easily picked up and I don’t feel nervous that it will fall over or fall apart, as it is well-made. The basket comes in handy for items that I couldn’t carry on crutches. Just really happy I got it – you just don’t realize how depressing it is not being able to move around freely is unless you’ve been impaired for a time. This will make my recovery much more stress-free.
January 22, 2019
After spending $175 for a rental scooter we opted to purchase one outright as we thought this would be a more economical option vs three months of rental. Here’s our opinion on this scooter:
Pros – Seems to be well made. Assembly was very easy and it folds down to fit in the trunk. The basket is very handy as well ( we also purchased a drink holder separately)
Cons – The brake system (drum with a strap) was making an annoying rubbing sound so I had to figure out how to adjust it without any instructions. This scooter feels less stable than the rental and the turning radius is horrible making navigating is our house a challenge. The knee pad is not very comfortable and we ended up ordering a soft cover for it.
In hindsight I wish we would have spent a little more for a better scooter.
November 22, 2016
This sure was handy with my leg in a cast. It made getting around the house much easier than the wheelchair. Easy to get into the bathroom! It is very sturdy and easy to maneuver. Just be careful going over bumps. Don’t go too fast around corners. It works great on my laminate floors. It was easy to use in my carpeted bedroom. I’m out of the leg cast now, but still using it occasionally, as I’m still not fully weight bearing. The basket is very handy for carrying iPhone, iPad and ect! Overall, I love the scooter and it really is a cute design!
December 10, 2016
Broke my foot and had to have surgery. Bought this the week after I broke it. Been using it for over 3 months and it has been a lifesaver and a source of independence. I am not very strong but I am able to lift this into my car without any problem. It folds down so easily and fits into the trunk. Its really well built, haven’t tipped at all or had any near tips. Love the basket! The only 2 cons are that kids stare at it like it’s a toy and will try to touch it OR worse touch my broken foot and 2nd adults give you stink eye because from the front you look like you are on a razor scooter. Otherwise it is WAY better than crutches.
January 28, 2019
This is exactly what I needed after my foot operation. Assembly was pretty straightforward and quick. I checked that the wheels were tight as an added precaution because Iâm already down there and why not. Everything was tight but Iâd rather find out before I used it that something needed tightened than when Iâm using it.
The turning radius is decent and the handbrake works well but I wish there was a way to lock the brake for when Iâm getting on and off. I especially like that there is a bracket limiting how far you can turn the handlebars. The scooter folds up small enough to fit in my backseat as well.
All in all, highly recommended piece of equipment.