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Turning Leg Caddy Knee Scooter


$599.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can be folded so it fits on airplane, car, cab, etc. Can be rented online. Adjusts easily.

The Cons:Not suitable for persons who can't kneel. Expensive. Small wheels, strange design - inefficient and not good on rougher terrain, probably hard on the body.

Referred to by some as the "Cadillac" of knee scooters, the TLC provides stability, mobility, and freedom to those unable to bear weight on their foot or ankle due to injury, surgery, or wound.

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Product Shot 2 This next generation of crutch alternative knee scooters from RAMM TLC, LLC (Evert, WA) the originator of turning knee scooter address the shortfalls of earlier models: comfort and reliability. Like all crutch alternatives the HCPCS Code for insurance is E0118: crtuch Alternative, with or with out wheels. Units can be rented or purchased

Features

  • Accomidates patients 4'10" - 6'4"
  • Accomidates patietns up to 350 lbs
  • Easy adjustment with out tools
  • 2 Comfortable pads for individual adjustment

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Pros
  • 5

    Can be folded so it fits on airplane, car, cab, etc.

  • 4

    Can be rented online

  • 4

    Adjusts easily

  • 2

    Very Stable

  • 2

    Large 8" wheels wor better than smaller ones on carpet or uneven surfaces

  • 1

    Folds easily for storage & transport

  • 1

    Quick Release Basket very helpfull - can put items in around the house or while shopping, but easily comes off if you need to get close to counter, sink, etc

Cons
  • 3

    Not suitable for persons who can't kneel

  • 3

    expensive

  • 2

    small wheels, strange design - inefficient and not good on rougher terrain, probably hard on the body

  • 1

    Not at all hands free. You have to HOLD on to it with your both hands tight.

  • 1

    Stability? To a point. If you start going out of balance the handle bar is not going to save you, it acts as a big leverage to help you tip over.

  • 0

    cheap hard rubber knee pads that are uncomfortable and fall apart quickly

  • 0

    Big and heavy.

  • 0

    Looks like an old man's walker.

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