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Steerable Knee Walker For Sale in Canada

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This Knee Walker Scooter is Ideal for Individuals Recovering from Foot or Ankle-Related Surgery, Breaks, Sprains, Ulcers or Amputation. It is a great alternative to crutches.

• Can Be Steered - Increased Maneuverability
• Deluxe Dual Braking System
• Aluminum Frame - Lightweight and Durable
• Tool Free Height Adjustment
• 8" Casters - Ideal for Outdoor/Indoor Use
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
• Lifetime Warranty on Brake Cable

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Manufacturer Drive Medical
HCPCS Code E0118
Knee Pad Dimensions 7 x 14¼ in. (W x D) | Height Adjusts 19" to 22"
Handles Height: Adjustable - 33½ to 37¾ in
Wheels 8" Casters
Brakes Deluxe Dual Brake System
Unit Dimensions 17 x 31½ in.
Weight 22.75 lb.
Weight-Bearing Capacity 300 lb.
Features Benefits
Tool Free Height-Adjustable Handles Comfortable Customized Fit
Lightweight & Folds Easily Convenient Storage and Transport
Leg Pad with "Channel" Added Comfort & Support
8-Inch Casters Stability on Indoor & Outdoor Use
Deluxe Dual Brake System Safety - Control
Strong Durable Frame 300 lb. Weight-Bearing Capacity
Attractive Color Silver Vein
Limited Life-Time Warranty Peace Of Mind
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