Drive Medical Steerable Knee Walker

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Drive Medical,Trigger Release Folding Walker
  • E0118
  • About this item

    • Knee walker can be steered for increased maneuverability
    • Ideal for individuals recovering from foot surgery, breaks, sprains, amputation, and ulcers of the foot
    • Deluxe dual-braking system
    • Sturdy dual frame adds stability and durability
    • Leg pad with "channel" provides added stability and comfort
    • Tiller can be easily folded for storage and transportation
    • New foldable steering column allows for easy storage
    • Tool-free height adjustment of seat and handle
    • 8" casters are ideal for indoor/outdoor use
    • Silver vein finish is easy to maintain
    • Depth: 31.49"
    • Handle (Height): 33.07"-37.79"
    • Pad (Depth): 14.17"
    • Pad (Height): 21.81"-18.81"
    • Pad (Width): 7.08"
    • Width: 16.9"
  • E0118

  • Specifications

    Model No.: 790
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 17.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 24.25 x 16.25 x 19.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
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    Customer Reviews | 202 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

    4.5 stars

    202 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Having a great time.
    8/13/2011

    Customer review by EMT001

    5.0 stars by EMT001

    I had rented a walker similar to the 780 for a month many years ago for my right foot, but needed it for 2 more weeks and had to pay for another month. This time for my left foot for which I had surgery, I bought the 780 and found it difficult to maneuver in the house and on straight runs it tended to steer left. So I bought the 790 and returned the 780. What a difference especially in the house. It folds nicely to fit on the rear seat of our car and light enough for my wife to handle. For our basement stairs from the ground level to our living area, I sit down and pull or push it up or down the stairs, by the handle and rear wheels. With the handles folded, a basket on the front gets it the way, but I put one on the rear of the handles which works well. The cost is worth the purchase, and when I finish, in about 2 months, I will donate it to our Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary loan closet. What a great replacement for crutches, and everyone comments about how great it works.

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    EMT001
    Hudson Valley, NY
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:Every day
    Knee Walker
    2/23/2011

    Customer review by CndnHockeyGuy

    5.0 stars by CndnHockeyGuy

    Fantastic alternative for crutches as I just broke my ankle. I live in a one level home and can get around quicker than my kids! Just travelled to Jamaica and brought it along ..great for getting through the airport and the main part of the resort. (Had to take crutches for the beach and pool area). Everyone thinks it is cool and wants to try it.

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    CndnHockeyGuy
    Sarnia, ON
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
    Excellent Product
    3/4/2011

    Customer review by BigFootToo

    5.0 stars by BigFootToo

    The Knee Walker I purchased exceeded my expectations. It is so much easier to use than crutches or a wheel chair. It has increased mobility many-fold. It is light-weight and easy to transport, even without utilizing the folding feature. The hand brakes add a safety feature that I was not expecting - you can lock the brakes to mount and dismount. It goes readily in places where the wheel chair will not go. The warning on the handlebars is a nice touch, and I have promised not to travel off-road.

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    BigFootToo
    Mebane, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:Every day
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    I have rented a different kind of knee walker currently and the wheels are soft black and make marks on the floor.
    by SP 1/7/2013
    • Yes they are solid and do not mark the floor
      by DrLea1/13/2014
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    • I have used this walker in my kitchen (vinyl flooring) and other rooms with tile, and it leaves no marks.
      by MarissaL5/21/2013
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    • Solid. No marks on cork, ceramic tile or carpeting.
      by Tzonw2/27/2013
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    • You are probably past the need to know..but the wheels are hard but covered with a thin plastic so no marks.
      by Specialk632/9/2013
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    • these have not marked my floor yet, they are more clear than black
      by grama1947G2/8/2013
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    • The wheels are a black plastic but they are covered by a clear hard gel coating. I have not had any trouble with marks on the floor. When I go out with it we always wipe the wheels down with an antiseptic wipe before we bring it back into the house.
      by hatecrutches2/1/2013
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    • they are hard but they seem to have a good grip so you won't feel them slide out from under you I have not seen any marks on my floors
      by afnh1/24/2013
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    • I've been using the Drive 790 knee walker for 2 weeks now and the wheels are not leaving any marks on the floors which are tile, hardwood and carpet.
      by LeftBrokenAnkle1/16/2013
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    by pam 1/9/2014
    • Not very practical in the house with carpet, but downstairs with lots of room, and I do coming home from my daughters house. 200 yards down hill works great sitting down. My whole upstairs is carpeted, some carpet is thicker than others, so it is a little harder, but I do it all day. GENERAL CAUTION: BE VERY CAREFUL OF CRACKS, SIDEWALKS, STREETS, EVEN SMALL STONES, CHANGES IN FLOOR HEIGHTS, BETWEEN ROOMS, OR YOU END UP ON YOUR NOSE!
      by EMT00110/4/2014
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    • Not comfortably or conveniently. The pad is molded and designed to accommodate a lower leg rather than a person's bottom.
      by MaJoad6/21/2014
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    • You're supposed to put your knee on it and push with the good foot. One little push goes a long ways.
      by DBee1234/21/2014
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    • yes, this was purchased for my husband who broke his heel. He was told by his therapist that is was safer for him to sit and scoot, that way he wouldn't lose his balance trying to pedal with one foot... it has been a great help for him. so much easier than trying to maneuver a wheel chair around the house.
      by AuntyRie4/14/2014
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    • Yes There is a weight max, however, I have done it. It is a little awkward, but it can be done.
      by lms12343/26/2014
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    • It may be possible. However, the seat is long and narrow and molded for a knee and leg to rest on. It probably wouldn't be comfortable for any amount of time.
      by Ellenr7322/18/2014
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    • They are really designed to be used like the lady in the photograph. I suppose you could use one as you suggest but a wheelchair would be more suitable. I have used these knee walkers on 3 different occasions and I highly recommend them. They are so much easier to use than crutches.
      by Gizwidget1/29/2014
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    • Yes
      by DrLea1/13/2014
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    790 Knee Walker by Drive Medicall
    by ShowMe 4/7/2014
    • you have to *really* tighten the allen screw that you can see when you release the handle to flop down the handlebars.
      by AchillesWalmart10/15/2014
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    • I hope by now you know the answer! Release the latch to lower the handles, the allen screw in the bottom must be too lose. Make sure the handles and wheels are correctly aligned and tighten the allen screw. Recheck the alignment. LOL
      by EMT00110/4/2014
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    • Most likely you did not tighten the screw which locks the handle bars in place.
      by FLGrouch6/1/2014
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    • You need to tighten the screw by the bottom of the handlebars.
      by ChattyKathy845/25/2014
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    • Most likely you need to tighten the bolt at the bottom of the handlebars more.
      by CommunityAnswer4/29/2014
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    • I had to have my handy husband work on that part of it. I had the same problem.
      by DBee1234/21/2014
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    • Hello, I found the large bolt at the bottom of the handle bars needed to be tightened more.
      by AuntyRie4/14/2014
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    • you have to tighten a screw that is within the handle bar...the instructions don't say, but you need to disengage the handle bar as if loading it into car...there is a screw inside the release section...line up the handle bars so they are straight with the wheels, disengage the handle bar and try not to tuen them while laying handle bar down or they will not be lined up, and then tighten this screw with the allen wrench that came with cart. It is a bit tight trying to tighten since there isnt much space...good luck.
      by dalster10/26/2014
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