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Steerable Knee Walker

Description

The DV8 Steerable knee walker by Drive Medical provides a comfortable pain free alternative to crutches and is ideal for individuals who are recovering from foot surgery, breaks, sprains, amputations and ulcers of the foot. This innovative and stylish crutch substitute can be easily adjusted without tools to meet your needs allowing for increased maneuverability. The DV8 is equipped with large 8" casters and dual frame design providing maximum control when used indoors or outdoors. This knee walker comes standard with tool free height adjustable dual hand brakes ensuring optimal safety and security when in use. The extra thick leg pad can be height adjusted and is channeled to provide increased stability allowing for a pain free comfortable experience. One of the greatest features of the DV8 knee walker is how easily the unit folds without tools making travel, storage or just getting around easy.

Features

  • 8" casters are ideal for indoor/outdoor use
  • Deluxe lever brakes ensure safety
  • Dual hand brakes for added safety
  • EZ handle height adjustment
  • Ideal for individuals recovering from foot surgery, breaks, sprains, amputation and ulcers of the foot
  • Knee walker can be steered for increased maneuverability
  • Leg pad can be height adjusted without tools
  • Leg pad with "Channel" provides added stability and comfort
  • Sturdy dual frame adds stability and durability
  • Tiller can be easily folded for storage and transportation
  • Tool free height adjustment

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Handle Height 33" - 37.5"
Unit Dimensions 17" (W) x 32" (D)
Knee Pad Height 17.5" - 21.5"
Pad Dimensions 7.25" (W) x 14.25" (D)
Weight 19 lbs.
Carton Shipping Weight 26 lbs.
Weight Limit 300 lbs.
Warranty Limited Lifetime, Lifetime Warranty on Brake Cable
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Customer Questions and Answers

i would like to order 2 aluminum brake pads

Asked by: Deano
Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you. Thank you again, Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-11-15

Can I buy a replacement knee pad for a knee walker.  

Asked by: Jacoba
Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you. Thank you again, Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-11-15

Where can I get a seat cover 

Asked by: Sherrymd
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you in ordering parts
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-11-07

what is the weight limit for this knee walker? The DV8 Steerable knee walker by Drive Medical.

Asked by: daniela v
Thank you for your inquiry. The weight limit is 300lbs. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-10-26

Do you know where ic n get a replacement screw that holds the rear brake to the scooter body itself. Mine seemed to have vibrated out, and now my brake is hanging by the cable. Please let me know. Thanks, Jeff

Asked by: kretch
Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you. Thank you again, Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-10-26

I broke a brake lever on the DV8. How much is a replacement?

Asked by: Harris Turtle
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you in ordering parts.
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-10-26

How can I tighten the handle bars Every time I hit a bump they go cock eyed to the wheel and shaft alignment.  I have tighten the screw on the drop down latch but then I cannot close the latch

Asked by: Larry439
Thank you for your inquiry. Once tiller is in place and handles are aligned correctly with the wheels, tighten the screw (figure 2) using an allen key by turning clockwise. Then, secure scew and tiller in place by pushing locking handle against the side of the tiller (figure 4). Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-10-24

I need to buy a new kneeler for my unit.  Were can i order one.

Asked by: swordfish
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Please call Drive Customer Service at 866-694-5085 and they will be able to further assist you in ordering parts.
Answered by: kirks
Date published: 2017-10-24
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Customer Reviews

DV8 Steerable Aluminum Knee Walker is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 9 out of 10 knee scooter I give the scooter a 9 out of 10. The scooter is light weight, very easy to control. I am an engineer by profession so I can admire a great mechanism. Sure beats crutches. I do have one vise. The knee platform or cushion surface. I know the company is proud of its name but the "drive" logo that features raised letters is a terrible idea. I invite the designer to put on a pair of running pants or shorts and ride around his office all day and evaluate what this does to his or her knee cap. Very abrasive. With an injured foot comes a raw knee cap suffered from the raised "drive" logo on the cushion.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very ballanced I have been using your walker for 7 months now. I have crps after surgery no weight to my right ankle. The wheels will not hold up. They also do not do well in parking lots. I fixed it though. I replaced the old wheels with foam filled wheels from a magliner dolly. Gives better balance and made it all terrain. I would have paid an exray $150 at least if given this option. I also have a three wheel kneerover that is junk. The drive walker is much better but an all terrain was not offered. I hope this helps others.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Helpful but need improvement I had surgery on my ankle and have to use this since I can not put any weight on my foot for 6-8 weeks. I have fallen a number of times and am not comfortable at all. I feel the stability is better if the seat is turned around or back further so not all the weight is up front, as well if the handle bars were designed more like a bike (with an angle that supports more great concept and I use and am thankful for much better than crutches. Also the word drive sticking up in middle leaves imprint my knee barley makes it all the way across.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This walker has made my life better I've had major ankle problems for about four years. Most of the time I can walk, but only limited distances. Sometimes I can't walk at all. Before I started using this walker I tried various crutches. Going any distance was slow and exhausting. With this walker I can zip around faster than I could walk (given the right surface). It can get hard on the knee after a while, but I have gone on vacations, wheeling all over cities to museums, etc. for days on end and been OK. I'd rather be walking, but this is the best alternative I've found. Mine is still going strong after close to two years.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Knee scooter - nice to have, better that crutches I did not purchase this but rented it from a local medical supply store. It is much easier than crutches but the pad has bruised my knee. I have covered it with a thick soft baby blanket and it made a huge difference. I wish the front wheels were wider as I have to wear shoes so I don't run over my toes. And I wish the back wheels were wider as it might help it be more stable. I found doorway thresholds, cracks in the sidewalk or uneven sidewalks, small rocks can really throw you if you aren't careful. It has helped me become more mobile but when you have to use it, it doesn't seem so fun anymore.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible This is the most incredible thing for when I broke my ankle. I ride it to work every day and I can easily load it in and out of my car every day because I can lift it with one hand and hop into the car. (don't worry I broke my non driving foot). The scooter has honestly made everything so much easier. I can actually use my hands I can get around the office I can help out around the house. Crutches were useless and so annoying. I can also go to the gym and grab weights and work out...its been absolutely amazing. Also its super fast when you want it to be which is amazing for commuting. I love this thing.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Steerable knee walker I broke my ankle and had surgery to put in a plate and screws. I came home from the hospital with a walker and wheelchair. The walker ws a nightmare for me and I didn't feel safe with it. I saw the knee walker online and thought that it would work for me. What a genius product! My life is so much easier with this product. I do not use it outside as our yard is very uneven and rocky. I would recommend this knee walker for anyone having ankle issues.
Date published: 2016-08-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lynnette Huml I bought this for my mate after he was told to stay off his leg as much as possible to reduce swelling and to allow the wound caused by leg ulcers to heal better after a skin graph it was doing great but i'm not sure if it was just the amount of use or faulty metal but the the part that is listed as 20 on the diagram which is the knee pad bar torn and the knee pad part is no longer able to be used due to the the bar ripping, we've had the scooter since dec. 13th of 2016 it's now july 5th it only lasted 7 months i'm really looking for a replacement knee pad pole but buy it for 50$ is outrageous.
Date published: 2017-07-05
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