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  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree
  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree
  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree
  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree
  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree
  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree
  • iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree

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iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree

iWALKFree

iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch - Alternative for Crutches and Knee Scooters - by iWALKFree

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Product Description Product Description
  • CAN YOU USE IWALK2.0? - Let's find out! BEFORE YOU BUY, scroll down to the PRODUCT DESCRIPTION section and read ALL QUALIFICATIONS of our hands free crutch.
  • WILL IT FIT? AGE LIMITS? PLUS SIZE? - Read the PRODUCT DESCRIPTION section for all knee crutch requirements BEFORE you buy.
  • BETTER THAN CRUTCHES OR KNEE SCOOTERS - Safe, stable, hands free / pain free mobility. Why use crutches for walking when you can iWALK instead?
  • READ THE ENTIRE LISTING - iWALK2.0 works for most healthy adults and children between 4'10" and 6'6"". See ALL requirements in the PRODUCT DESCRIPTION section below.
  • SO MANY BENEFITS - Scroll down to PRODUCT INFORMATION section to see all the BENEFITS of iWALK2.0 hands free crutches.
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iWalk2.0 Almost Perfect!I purchased the iWalk2.0 through Amazon prior to my recent ankle tendon surgery on June 1st. I practiced with unit before having surgery done. I have been using the iWalk2.0 extensively daily since my cast was put on after 2nd week into recovery.I have been able to do many tasks around the house easily when using the unit, including vacuuming inside, vacuuming pool, food prep, going to training meetings, etc. It is an innovative design, but could use a few improvements.Many of the medical professionals I have met have never seen or heard of the iWalk2.0, so I always show them the YouTube video on my smart phone! (linked on Amazon site)Here are (2) product improvements suggestions for the iWalk2.0 I submitted to manufacturer.: (see attached pics)(1) Middle Strap- I have found this to be the most important strap to have firmly adjusted and secured, however this causes chaffing to inside of knee when used for active jobs for any period of time. There needs to be an additional chaffing sleeve around strap to prevent this. I made a makeshift chaffing sleeve with a short piece of pipe insulation from Home Depot. (see pic)(2) Bottom Clamp Bolt & Nut- It was VERY difficult to get threads started when assembling iWalk2.0. The 6mm clamp bolt provided is too short and nut eventually vibrated off. Luckily, I caught it before unit failed while using it. I replaced nut with a 6mm wing nut from Lowes. This fastener needs to be improved for easier and more secure attachment without loosening.Use Instructions- I would add to the manual a Warning that steep Ramps and Inclines can be very dangerous using the iWalk2.0 and should NOT be traversed! 5No, no, no, and *#%! no.The idea is brilliant. I m so glad it is helpful to many people. It was quickly a disaster for me.Physically I am a great candidate for this product. I m on the older side of their target market (48 years) but I was in excellent condition prior to my injury, climbing 6-10K per week on hikes. I m 5 6 and 138#. The nature of my injury is such that I can put ~50% of my weight on my bad leg, so the relative discomfort of using crutches is far outstripped by the discomfort of using this product.Primary failure for me was that I just did not feel stable and safe on this thing. It s entirely possible that if I d invested more time upfront I could have gotten used to it, but the immediate risk of falling was too great. I almost fell while trying it out, and if I hadn t been next to a bar-height kitchen counter, I likely would have fallen. And not just fallen, but fallen *badly.* Because of the way my calf is secured, I cannot extend it as a counterbalance when starting to tip. It felt like losing my balance while being tied up. Super scary!!Secondary failures below all flow from primary one; if I d felt safe putting in more time to get used to it, these things might have resolved on their own.- Low back immediately felt strained when I started walking around. (My low back is healthy but sensitive from a history of minor bike crashes.)- Knee immediately felt strain when full weight was placed on it on the platform. This was not a case of the pad being too thin. Knee is just not happy having to bear my full weight.- When placed at the right height according to fitting instructions, inner thigh constraint was extremely uncomfortable and dug into my hip/groin. When placed a little lower, stability was compromised.- Because I felt so unstable on it, it wasn t really hands-free. I needed to lean on the handle with 1 arm in order to feel even remotely stable while walking around.I have no criticism about the quality of the product itself because I just don t feel safe enough to spend the necessary time & energy I d have to in order to become more familiar with it.Hope this helps. Sorry iWalk. Thank you for trying. 1MUST-HAVE for ankle injuries! Seriously. Watch my video for a full review. No one paid me to give a good review, I just want other injured folks to know how helpful this has been!This thing has been a life saver. With an ankle injury for 12 months now, the iwalk 2.0 (aka my peg leg ) has been my saving grace! When your doctor orders no weight bearing x 6 weeks that is tough to hear, and harder to actually carry you. You can t carry anything with crutches and they hurt your armpits. Too often I would choose to hobble on my recovering ankle instead of using my crutches and this allows me to be easily compliant with my doctor s orders. Things I can comfortably do with iwalk that I couldn t do with crutches or the scooter thing:1) use my hands to hold things like coffee, groceries, my hot fianc s hand, cell phone, etc.2) do household chores like vacuuming, dishes, laundry, move furniture.3) dress up like a pirate for Halloween!4) conversation starter and sympathy gainer.5) Bend over to tie your shoe or pick something up.6) Save your hardwood floors and baseboards).7) walk through doorways, the airport, Costco, up and down STAIRS, grass, uneven surfaces8) Easy to be compliant with non-weight bearing orders.9) Allows me to continue to work without a handicap.10) kick people with it when they ask you too many questions.See my video for further review. 5There are Negative points that you must know before purchasing!!!!It has positives and negatives that you must be aware of before purchasing. First of all, I must say that I have a broken ankle and had been bed bound for most of the day due to the fact that my crutches were just absolutely painful under my arms.This device definitely made it much easier for me to do day to day activities and leaves my hands free which is a great positive. I was able to move around and do anything I did before I broke my ankle. I also have to say that in the description it says you must be able to balance yourself on one leg for 15 seconds in order to be able to use this product. Well I tested this 15 second test and failed miserably but took a chance and ordered it anyway because I was desperate to find a way to move around again. When I received it and put it together, it took me about 5 mins to adjust to it and I was walking around perfectly. I was able to go up and down my stairs, walk around freely and go for a walk with my dog. Although it does take a while to get adjusted to balancing yourself to do all this.The negative parts that you must know. The padding on the device where you place your knee and shin is so thin that after 5 mins my knee and shin were in excruciating pain. The first day I used it for about 2 hours total, not consecutive hours. And my entire shin was bruised and is so tender, I have uploaded pics of what my shin looked like after 2 hours of using this product. I had to go get a shin pad that is made for kick boxers to protect my knee and shin. Also on the second day one of the main screws that holds the device together at the bottom below your knee to make it hold your weight came off while I was walking on it. I was lucky that it did not collapse on me while I had it on and injure my ankle further. I had to get a knew metal nut to screw it back on and hold it in place again. So if you are going to get this item, you will need to make sure all screws and nuts are in tight and you will definitely need something extra to cushion your knee and shin. 3Good inventionPros: I broke my 5th metatarsal bone in my right foot and had to have a cast placed on it up to my knee. I also have an energetic 2 year old son. The crutches hurt under my arms, I couldn't get the hang of swinging my leg out with them, and I couldn't help care for my 2 year old and myself independently. With the iWalk 2.0 I can just strap it on and cook meals, wash clothes, check the mail, go shopping, and play with my son. I can even carry him if needed. It only took me about 30 min to get the hang of it. I watched the tutorial on YouTube and off I went. I'm also a female that's not very athletic, 5'7", and weighs about 210 lbs.Cons:The adjustable screws at your thigh do wear out and you may have to buy screws from the hardware store to replace it so you don't fall. I almost fell. I also had to send the first one back because of this defect. Make sure you have a knee pad. Your knee will get sore and the padding is not that good. 3Saved The Day!I am a runner who has managed to stress fracture my calcaneus (heel) in three places. I have a short walking boot and was ordered to use crutches with absolutely no weight bearing for 6 weeks. I'm about to leave for a week long family beach vacation and was considering not going because no walking on sand or otherwise, no ocean swimming, and trying to navigate around cramped quarters in a three story house that's basically made of stairs sounds like exactly the nightmare I don't want to have...especially on crutches.Speaking of crutches, let me just address the absolute pile of awful that those are. If you are reading this review, I am certain you are well aware. The struggle is real. My armpits are raw, my wrists feel like they are breaking, and my elbows don't want to move when I first wake up in the morning. My dogs are terrified of the crutches (with good reason as I keep smooshing their tails with them), and in order to make/drink/travel with a cup of coffee there needs to be things like a funnel, thermos, and rolling cart involved. The only plus is that I finally had a reason to use one of the electric carts at the grocery store. Surprisingly, not as awesome as you'd think.ANYWAY, enter iWalk 2.0! I ordered this with one day shipping in hopes that it would salvage my vacation and make the next several weeks more bearable. I mean, not running is already pretty awful, but not running while also unable to do basic household/work/life activities/chores is totally ridiculous. I have to give MASSIVE KUDOS to iWalk! The instruction manual was very comprehensive and the illustrations made assembly really easy to follow. If you go to their website they have tutorial videos too on how to assemble, fit, and learn to walk with the crutch. The longest one was, I think, 8 minutes. It is that easy to figure out. I had my iWalk out of the box, assembled and fitted in under 30 minutes total. They even offer trouble shooting if you have a tall boot, or weird pains anywhere when using the crutch. Once you fit it correctly you just need to snap the clips on and off to put it on or remove it. In about 15 minutes I was already tackling stairs, and after a few hours of practice I was running errands. I've even carried a small laundry basket, a watering can, and loaded the dishwasher while wearing the iWalk. I am totally grateful that I stumbled on this item. It is worth every penny and is going to make the next several weeks of healing much more bearable.EDIT 8/16/16: I have been using the iWalk for about 3 weeks now and it continues to be a life saver. Today I did some PT and an upper body weight workout while wearing the iWalk. Also, over the weekend I attended Boston Comicon and wore and moved around in the iWalk for 6 hours in a three story expo center with a broken escalator and limited elevator. STAIRS! It saved the day! I have noticed that the knee pad has begun to compress a bit so I have padded it with a towel, and will order a replacement if I need to. I have also had to add padding to the knee strap because it was somewhat uncomfortable. Mainly this is because it is summer, I am in shorts most of the time, and it has been 100 degrees every day. Otherwise the iWalk remains the star of the show and is pretty much the greatest! 5A danger for distance walking! Beware!Brilliantly conceived. So why one star? After fracturing my ankle and needing extensive surgery I purchased the iWalk 2.0. I waited ten days after surgery, when stitches were removed to use it outside the home and walk a few New York City blocks. The strain of using the iWalk over distance immediately caused an incarcerated umbilical hernia, needing emergency surgery, and landing me in the hospital for almost a week. I asked this surgeon about using the iWalk as my ankle and foot will not be weight bearing for another four weeks and he said absolutely not or in his words a disaster waiting to happen. Buy the iWalk for only in home use or if you are driven to most places and use is for VERY short distances. Avoid at all costs if your goal is to replace your normal movement as the device is too heavy and cumbersome for distance. The video the iWalk developers show of a woman working at a caf is just false advertising and should be removed.I wish I could return the iWalk. If you buy, beware. 1Still learning...I am a stay-at-home-mom of a typical energetic 2-year old, who likes to chase and get into all sorts of trouble.My husband is gone for work 50-75% of the time, and so when I broke my leg last week, it became a complete crisis.Having JUST moved to a new city (and therefor having not yet established any sort of support system), my parents had to cash in vacation days and drive several hours to come help me.Crutches had caused underarm bruising in just a matter of 2 days' use. I spent $50 on padding (Crutcheze, purchased here, very nice), but is there really anything that would make crutches less miserable?Short answer: no.Sure, they're in the way, and clumsy, and painful, and make it impossible to carry anything...but when you add in having to be the sole parent of a 2-year old, they're just not an acceptable answer.I needed something that would allow me to scoop up my toddler should she fall, chase after her when she's gotten into her head that it's a good idea to ride the dog again, and navigate the steps that are at the front and back entrances to my home.I need to BE A MOM.Dogs need to be let outside, the laundry isn't going to do itself, meals need to be cooked, hot water boiled, floor vacuumed....I need to BE A HOMEMAKER.And parents can't take off 6 weeks to stay in my home and do it all for me.I jumped on to Amazon 6 days after the injury, already ready to trade in the crutches for any other option, and was actually looking for one of those knee wheely scooter things, when I saw this.I began reading the reviews, and became intrigued and hopeful...but it was another reviewer, also a mother to a young child, who stated she had gained her independence and, for all intents and purposes, her ability to "be a mom" again, that sold me.It's not a small expense, and as we are a single-income family, that was a concern. However, a few reviews mention getting their Dr to write a prescription for the IWalk, and submitting a claim for it to insurance...so that is what I will be doing.I just received this iWalk less than an hour ago (I've been waiting for Tammy the Mail Lady ALL MORNING), and as soon as it came, I promptly followed the instructions to watch the online videos for assembly and fitting.The videos go a bit quickly, so be prepared to hit the "pause" button as you follow along, but watching them is much easier and user-friendly than the available pdf download. I had it assembled and fitted within 10 minutes.My first attempts with it were very unstable, as I felt that only half of the "foot" pad was making contact with the floor. I soon realized that this was (of course) due to user error. I hadn't followed the advice of starting out with the crutch a bit shorter (they advise starting out with the crutch short enough so that your good leg is bent at a slight angle while you learn and acclimate your body's balance).Once correcting the height of the crutch, it took several laps around the living room, concentrating on keeping my steps shoulder-width apart, but soon became comfortable enough to walk without holding onto the pommel on the front of the crutch for balance.Finally, I was able to PICK UP AND CARRY my daughter, along with my water bottle, and walk to bed for our nap time, where I now lay, excitement at my newfound independence spilling out onto this review.I will return with an update after several days, and weeks into use of the iWalk, but I've already told several friends, and am very optimistic that it will lessen the interruption that my injury has caused. 4Pluses and minusesI had to have surgery on my right foot and a friend told me about this. I asked my physical therapist and she recommended it, too. There are some definite pluses and some minuses.Pluses-Simple to put on and take off.Makes moving around much easier than with crutches.Hands free. I have the ability to carry things.Minuses-There is a learning curve with this device. Stability is a bit of an issue because it doesn't operate like a real leg and foot. I have never fallen down, but I have had some stumbles.I experienced knee pain while using this device, especially if I am going to be moving around for more than 10 minutes. My therapist thought that it might be because of the padding. She gave me a gel pad to use, but it didn't help. I talked to her about it, again, and she recommended I use a knee pad like the ones that flooring contractors use. I tried it and it was better, but not perfect. (You can see the red pad on my knee in the picture) Personally, I feel that it is because of the position of the knee when I am walking with the device.Not as easy to sit or go down stairs as they show in the videos. With my injured foot behind me, my foot hits the steps as I am going down stairs or touches the floor when I sit. I have found that going backwards down the steps is easier than going forwards and I just take it off when I sit. 3Be careful with this product!! It can break resulting in a fall.Had been using it a couple of weeks when a molded slot, or rail, for one of the straps broke off resulting in a very hard fall. Granted, it does vastly improve your ability to use your hands with a foot injury (a ruptured Achilles tendon in my case), but in a effort to protect my injury I took the brunt of the fall on my shoulder and knee. Also, the foam pad wears down very quickly leaving nothing between your knee and the hard plastic, which gets painful very quick. I used a hand towel to try and provide some padding.If you do purchase this I would recommend you use it lightly, because with an injury like mine I could have easily caused serious damage resulting in weeks of lost recovery time, or worse. So all that stuff in the youtube video's about going about your life, doing chores, and even walking up/down stairs....forget that!! I can't imagine what would have happened had I been on stairs or carrying something.In addition, for me to return it under warranty I would have to cover the return shipping both to and from, and I would rather throw it in the trash. 1
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