KneeRover QUAD Jr All Terrain Knee Walker
KneeRover QUAD Jr. ALL TERRAIN Knee Scooter
The Ultimate All Terrain Knee Scooter for Kids and Small Adults
KneeRover established a new level of All Terrain performance, comfort, and stability with the introduction of the KneeRover QUAD Jr. - the first all terrain knee scooter with FOUR 9 inch air filled tires, specifically designed for kids and small adults. Whether you are at home, at school, at work, on the trail, or on the town, the KneeRover QUAD Jr. scooter will keep you on the move, safely navigating everyday life with ease and adding a little fun along the way.
ALL TERRAIN FREEDOM: The KneeRover QUAD Jr All Terrain Knee Scooter has FOUR 9 inch air filled tires that provide freedom to navigate any terrain.
SUPERIOR STABILITY & CONTROL: KneeRover steerable knee scooter features an advanced automotive style tie-rod steering mechanism for superior stability while steering.
FULLY ADJUSTABLE: Steerable kneewalker features adjustable handlebars and kneepad and is ideal for individuals with heights 3'9" to 5'9".
HEAVY DUTY CRUTCH ALTERNATIVE: Rugged frame supports up to 250 pounds. More comfortable and stable than crutches, this knee walker is made for both indoor & outdoor use.
EASY TO TRANSPORT: Handlebars are equipped with a quick release folding mechanism for easy transport and storage.
Color: Metallic Blue
Product Weight: 23.2 lbs.
Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
Recommended Patient Height Range: 3'9" to 5'6"
Overall Length: 28"
Handlebar Height Range: 26.25" to 34"
Overall Height with handlebar folded and seat removed: 14.5"
Knee Support Height Range: 14" - 20"
Knee pad: 7" wide x 12.5" length
Front Axle Width: 20"
Rear Drum Brake
The KneeRover® scooter is designed for easy steering and stopping and should be used to carefully move about at slow, controlled speeds. When turning the scooter you should have the brake applied and be moving at a slow, safe, controlled speed. It is easy to tip the scooter if you are making a turn with too much speed. Us e caution and balance and operate at your own risk. With routine use, nuts and bolts on the steering column, steering mechanism, and brake mechanism can and likely will become loose. Periodically check nuts and bolts after use and re-tighten as appropriate.