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  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included
  • Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included

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Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included

Vive

Vive Mobility Knee Walker - Steerable Scooter For Broken Leg, Foot, Ankle Injuries - Kneeling Quad Roller Cart - Orthopedic Seat Pad For Adult and Elderly Medical - 4 Wheel Caddy Crutch - Bag Included

NZ$ 1,498.00 NZ$ 907.00 Save: (39.45%)
NZ$ 907.00 NZ$ 1,498.00 Save NZ$ 591.00 (39.45%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • NEW DESIGN: A great alternative to crutches, the improved steerable knee scooter is designed for indoor and outdoor use. Perfect for those recovering from MCL injury or surgery of the lower leg, ankle or foot, including breaks, sprains and amputations, the scooter provides comfortable mobility. For additional convenience, a storage bag is included that easily attaches to the scooter to securely carry essential everyday items.
  • MAXIMUM STABILITY AND CONTROL: Four, 8-inch polyurethane wheels provide an exceptionally stable base for easy maneuverability. Dual rear brakes provide superior stability and control.
  • CONTOURED FOAM KNEE PAD: Providing extra stability and support, the comfortable foam knee cushion is contoured to cradle the leg and allow pressure to be evenly distributed across the knee platform reducing fatigue in the hip, knee and leg.
  • COMPACT, LIGHTWEIGHT DURABILITY: Lightweight and durable, the steel scooter is fully adjustable. The knee platform can be adjusted between 19-23.5. The steering handle is also adjustable in 1 increments ranging from 33.5 to 41.5 to comfortably fit most individuals. Two fold points and the removable platform allow the scooter to easily be stored and transported as needed.
  • INCREASED MOBILITY: This unique device is specifically designed for those with foot or leg injuries. It is a far superior method of transportation compared to your everyday crutches, which can even be painful to use for some.
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This scooter turned out to be better than I had anticipatedThis scooter turned out to be better than I had anticipated. I read a lot of reviews on various scooters. They left me confused. I decided to go with something reasonably priced, and hoped I would not be sorry. I'm not. The scooter was easy to put together. It moves easily. It turns easily. The brakes make me feel secure when I am standing. It is certainly more comfortable than wheeling around in a wheelchair. As a recent foot amputee, I am so pleased I bought this product. I would highly recommend it.5Pretty inconvenient for in-home useMy gripe is not so much with this unit, which is reasonably well made, but I suspect with the whole product category of knee scooters. Maybe if I had a long distance to do outside it would be useful -- like a 5 block walk to the market and returning with some goods. But in the house, certainly, it's too big and ungainly and you can't get it into normal domestic spaces, you can't really turn in a typical room, it's inconvenient to hold still on it while you do something... I've been using an iWalk 2.0 peg-leg crutch thing around the house and it's infinitely more useful for that.I may try getting around the neighborhood on this if we have decent weather but for in-home use of any kind it's a bust.3The pink is not as sturdy as the blackI had the black knee scooter (and reviewed it some time ago) this review is specifically for the pink Vive.I had the black Vive Scooter for the 1st month and it worked well around the house. When I started going out more, I bought a second identical Vive Knee scooter (to keep in the car) except I bought the pink one so I could tell them apart. The pink one is really cheap. it flexes and creaks like it's about to fall apart. I moved the black one to the car because it was more sturdy going across the store parking lot. I also bought the basket which helps a lot moving things from room to room. In the grocery store I just put a bag on each handle bar and zipped around fine (The handle bars are stong and never flexed under the strain). Outside or on uneven surfaces, however, is only for the healthy and brave. Be advised these are not for the enfirmed or the elderly. You have to go very slowly across the parking lot and be very vigilant about watching where you are going. If you hit a rut they twist and will buck you off given half the chance. The grates at the handicap ramps will also give you grief so take them very cautiously. Even in the house, I had near misses a couple times when I hit the transition between the title and the carpent wrong. The hand brakes do work well though.If you are unsteady on your feet at all, Do not buy these scooters. I saw an elderly lady at the doctors office who had one with air tires. She said she had one like mine and got rid of it the first week but she had no problem at all with the one she had with the two little tires on back. It looked like the very expensive one.In conclusion. If I had to do it over again, I would buy the expensive one with air tires because I had to be on it for so long. This one is in-expensive and ok for the short 6 week recovery but not at all for the long term. I'll still keep the black one in storage but I'm not even going to try to sell the pink. It's going to the donation center.3Overall, This thing gave me my freedom back! but...Full discolsure, it has a few flaws. the front-right wheel is a little wobbley, and the cushion is a bit too firm. I had to order a gel knee-pad to prevent my shin from bruising. Also, you have to grip the brakes really tight to lock them, but that one is just being a little picky.On the plus side, I was able to get back to work, and I can walk to meeting with my laptop and water-bottle in the front pouch. A side benefit, I took this thing shopping, and I discovered I could clip a shopping basket onto the hooks on the handle bars, so that's pretty cool. It also folds up small enough to fit in any back-seat or trunk. Super handy.4Not the best reviewIt s very hard to get the handle to lock in you need somebody strong to help you. I can t get the handle down at all to put it in the car so The handle has to stay up. I m almost 4 weeks in and it s not as comfortable as it was in the beginning so the comfort level goes down really fast. Now I am 5 foot 3 1/2. For somebody taller this might be fine for comfort level but for anybody under my height you need to get a kid size. But the cushion also wears down fast under weight I am close to 200 pounds. Losing weight though I m off my feet because I don t wanna get any bigger!I am now five weeks into using this scooter and the handle has popped off three times.None of these scooters with this type of wheel or any good on anything but flooring In a house. I tried to use it on a brick paved sidewalk and almost fell face first. Also twigs and small rocks can stop you in your path and turn you over if you re not careful. Luckily my balances OK so none of that happened but I came close to it more than a dozen times. Again this is for in-home use only but the handle falls off after a few weeks so I would maybe buy something else2Overall a great piece of durable medical equipmentOverall I must admit this scooter is saving my life right now. I am a nurse, recently had left ankle surgery and left SI joint fusion both in the last week. Crutches are hell, walker is fairly easy but it's too tempting to put the left ankle down (no weight bearing) so this scooter truly has made things feel safer. The silver levers do tend to loosen up on their own which makes the unit wabbly so I check it daily, but otherwise, very happy with it!4An Office must post surgeryFor the first 4 weeks after surgery I was able to work from the home I was staying in, but once I got this, I was able to get back to the office (although there are more "steps" to getting there than I'd thought possible). It has helped tremendously moving around the office. I've not fallen off once (always a concern). My only peeve is that there is limited turning radius (probably to thwart that 'falling off when going around the corner"). I do look forward to not using it though, hopefully in the near future.5Sturdy well designed Knee Scooter...beware, not so good on open pavement though!I got this knee scooter the day after my foot surgery, it was pretty easy to assemble quickly - even my wife who is not mechanically inclined figured most of it out within minutes. The only confusing part for her was the locking lever on the front of the Vive scooter (metal hand with a spring screw)...she wasn't sure how it worked.The key is to first pull the handle vertically so it fits over the bracket, next rotating down where the handle bottom faces down (see photos).After building it, we put on the Vive knee cushion (HIGHLY RECOMMEND as the seat is not very cushiony) I had ordered separately onto the seat and we were off and running. It is very stable and keeps its balance fairly well in turns. The brakes work well, but they are just a metal plate (see photo) that bears down on the polyurethane wheels...so braking can be somewhat less than smooth if you are going at any speed (ie. downhill). Both brake handles operate the same metal plate against both back wheels (no brakes on front wheels which is good - don't want to flip forward!) so it doesn't matter which brake you engage. You can LOCK the brake in place which his a GREAT feature using a spring loaded metal pin (see photo) - you just have to squeeze the brake handle pretty good to ensure the pin can be pushed down and stay engaged properly.Warning - pavement not as good as in your house. Probably goes without saying but if you're on polyurethane wheels like this Vive scooter has, every rock, pebble, acorn, gap in the sidewalk has the potential to make your handle jump to one side or the other depending on which wheel hit it. That means its pretty slow going if you see any rough pavement, dirty pavement, gappy sidewalks, textured bump ramps (many handicap ramps are ribbed), etc. If thats a show stopper for you and you aren't a careful person outside - opt for a more expensive "off-road" air tire version of the knee scooter. Otherwise, if you take it slow...it won't be the greatest ride, but at least you can make it through the road junk without sending your scooter flying to one side or another. I did ride this scooter in the rain (not by choice mind you) and it performed very well..didn't slide everywhere and this is where those metal brakes actually worked better. lolThe bag....what a lifesaver. This knee scooter came with a nice nylon removable lightweight knapsack type bag complete with a shoulder strap. I was able to shuffle around my house putting food, drinks, my laptop, cell phone, etc etc. and get from place to place. Just a very nice touch to be included with the scooter. The only knock? Well the mount bracket is two metal prongs that you have to slide a very very narrow nylon attachment on the bak over the metal prongs to hang it (see pic). Meh...its a pain in the keister to get it on. But I plan to just add some industrial velcro onto that nylon area and just velcro strap it onto the handle - presto instant upgrade. :)This scooter is not "lightweight" per se at roughly 25 lbs...but it does have a collapsable handle. Disengaging that metal locking braket mechanism allows you to fold down the handle (turn the wheel to get it past the seat then rotate it back to the center after it clears the seat). I wish they had provided a strap to allow you to then strap in the folded handle against the seat...but alas, nothing a little trip to the store for a velcro strap to make it betta. This will fit folded in most larger sedans back seats, trunks, and certainly in any SUV/Minivan or taxi with a deep trunk.Final thoughts: Great scooter, sturdy, more of an indoor device but can easily be used outdoors if you take it slow over pavement/sidewalks. If they had offered this with air tires without charging an arm and let I might have gone that route but as it is, for the $130+ bucks I paid...this is a good investment. Second foot surgery...here I come!4Vive Knee Scooter - Great Scooter for the PriceI bought the Vive knee scooter because I broke my foot and ankle and have a non-walking cast. I like the scooter and have quickly learned how to maneuver it around the house and getting to the car and I m 68 years old. It s compact and turns easier then the larger scooters. (When I was at the doctor s office I heard a patient with a leg injury complaining how hard it was to maneuver her large scooter). I like the bag on the front much better then the open baskets. I use the bag as a purse when I m out, one less thing to have to carry. The bag has two compartments and has enough room to carry everything you need. The scooter has a locking brake feature which is great if you need to stand in one spot, you don t have to worry about it rolling away unexpectedly. A great scooter for primarily indoor use and getting to and from the car for doctor s appointments and shopping.5Sending this back, bad scooter.The pictures looked nice, but it was clear early on that this is an inexpensive scooter for a reason.Assembly was easy, but I immediately noticed a gasoline smell, and after riding it around, not only did my hands smell like gas (every time you use it, the grips were not QC'd obviously). More worryingly, the front end of the scooter was totally unstable, I had it taken my local bicycle shop to tighten the head bearings because the whole front end was loose.The brakes do not work at all, they provide a little resistance when engaged, but are certainly not strong enough to depend on the scooter staying still while you are mounting it.It is cheap because it is cheaply made.1
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