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– 6 June 2022
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A BIT ON THE EXPENSIVE SIDE, BUT AS A MOBILITY CRUTCH IT IS OUTSTANDING. AS SOON AS YOU ATTACH THE KNEE CRUTCH IT FEELS LIKE A MIRACLE HAS TAKEN PLACE AND YOU CAN WALK WITHOUT ANY OTHER AID. WELL DONE IWALK 3.0
– 18 May 2022
Easy to use and will hopefully help mobility
– 6 April 2022
I would put 4.5 out of 5 if I had the option
– 6 March 2022
Seemed expensive when originally examined but when you see the amount of thought and design that has been put into the crutch it is worth the cost
– 10 February 2022
The iWalk3 is great for freeing up your hands to carry things, do chores etc. It takes a few minutes to set it up correctly but once done I was quite confident from the go. Having hands free also makes stairs a lot less intimidating as you use the hand rail for extra security.
The compactness of the iWalk is also a benefit compared to the kneeling scooters that are quite large and much less manoeuvreable in smaller spaces.
Glad you provided the extra foam pad as my total ankle replacement (TAR) has meant I have a plastic cast that is open at the front to allow for swelling and the plastic tends to dig into the shin. The foam helps but it really needs something between the plastic and the shin (that would need the surgical team to add after the op that would still let the leg breathe etc) hence I wouldn’t want to walk that far.
Minor criticism is that the foam on the inner thigh pad became unstuck after a few days which meant I had to use some adhesive – but since then it is fine and the overall build quality is very good.
I would thoroughly recommend the iWalk3
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Ask yourself these questions:
1. Before your injury, could you walk without difficulty?
2. Could you go up or down stairs without using a hand rail for balance or support?
3. Is your injury to one leg only?
4. Is your injury below the knee?
5. Can you bend your injured leg 90 degrees at the knee?
6. Do you have full, unrestricted use of your uninjured leg?
7. Are you between 4’10” and 6’6”? (see sizing page for limitations)
8. Do you weigh less than 19 st 6 lbs / 275 lbs / 125 kg?
9. Is your upper thigh circumference (measured at the highest point of your thigh) 27” or less?
And if you are a below-knee amputee, do you have 4 inches or more of residual limb?
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