Crutches and Knee Scooters are Obsolete!
This award winning, revolutionary hands free crutch enables you to move about without putting painful stress on your arms, wrists, and hands that traditional crutches require. Tranditional crutches essentially tie your hands behind your back, but the iWalk2.0 lets you keep your hands free so you can continue to do your normal, everyday activities and maintain your independence. Plus, the iWalk Free 2.0 lets you continue to use both your legs when walking, which helps reduce atrophy. Also, this hands free crutch lets keeps your injured leg partially elevated to increase blood flow, and increased blood flow has been clinically proven to help aid recovery.
The iWalk2.0 does not require tools to adjust its height, and it will fit users from 4'10" to 6'6" in height. It can be used on either your left or right leg, switching between legs in seconds without the need for tools. The knee platform features soft padding and straps to help keep your leg in place while in use. Assembling the iWalkFree2.0 is incredibly easy, so you'll be walking with your hands free in only minutes!
Who can use the iWalkFree2.0?
The iWalkFree2.0 will work for you if:
iWalk2.0 is Not Suited For:
Summary - if you could walk without limitations pre-injury, then iWalk2.0 can give you back your ability to walk!
|PRODUCT DIMENSIONS||16.75" x 8.0" x 5.5"|
Any defects in material or workmanship is covered by the manufacturer for 1 year from date of purchase (except foam padding). Customer may be responsible for the shipping costs of replacement parts.
|Manufacturer Item Code||HFC20001BK|
|Product Weight||4.5 lbs.|
I found it very difficult to adjust the height of the lower assembly. The spring heads on the lower assembly were so difficult to depress that I could not get them both depressed at the same time in order to adjust the height. And when I did, the spring inside the tube twisted out of position a few times. After an hour and a half of struggling with it, I finally got what I thought was the correct height, but it turned out to be a little bit too high. I could not face another hour and a half of struggling, so I left it that way and I have spent 4 weeks walking around with one leg longer than the other. This throws my hip out of alignment and exacerbates my arthritis in the hip. I still find the iwalker to be ever so much more convenient and comfortable than crutches, and I really do like it; I just wish that lower assembly were more easily adjusted.
Used it walking around town.
So much better than the knee scooter
Fantastic. So many compliments. Such versatility.
I had surgery on my ankle and live by myself. This hands free crutch is amazing. I love it as it provides me with the ability to get around.