Your rental starts the day that you receive your knee walker.
You will be charged for your first month in advance, and then put on our automatic billing system which insures you are charged the lowest possible rental price based on how long you keep your knee walker for.
If your rental fees add up to our retail price, you own it.
If you are unhappy with your knee walker, let us know†within the first seven days you receive it,†and we will send you a †completely†free exchange.
Northrup Knee Walker4.5
out of 5
based on 104 ratings.
104 user reviews.
Better than crutches
Although I have a very strong upper body, crutches were just not for me. I found the knee walker easy to use, but difficult to maneuver in my house. The turning circumference is quite large, and I found myself repeatedly making K turns, or picking the knee walker up with my casted foot on it. It was better than crutches, but not as good as I was anticipating.
This device saved my life, instead of killing my shoulder with a dinosauric crutch I was strolling around like a happy biker. Thank you Knee Walker Central.
Better than expected
This proved to be a nifty little device. It helped me more than I expected after my doctor recommended it to me. I like to spend a lot of time outdoors and this walker helped me do exactly that. The pad was comfortable and itís incredibly easy to steer. My only real complaint is that I didnít know about it when I was recovering from a broken ankle 5 years ago.
Great waterproof cast cover
I rented the Northrup Knee Walker after I severely injured my foot in a car accident. I really like the way the makers of this product really thought of everything. I particularly enjoyed the waterproof cast cover, as it made it MUCH easier than I thought to take a shower. Iíve never been injured before this and am not used to equipment like this, but it was easy to assemble and use. It made my life much easier when my foot was recovering and Iíve been telling everyone about it!
My New Best Friend
I broke my ankle in 3 places in high school and then aggravated it again on the job when I was 39. Iíve been on crutches before and can tell you that itís terrible. So when I messed reinjured my ankle again at the age of 61, I knew I wanted something other than crutches after the surgery. I did some research before my surgery and between my doctorís recommendation and the online reviews I was sold. Of course, the hype turned out to be real. The Northrup Knee Walker was a great alternative to crutches for me. While Iím not very experienced with walkers, I find it hard to believe there is anything better out there.