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Steerable Knee Walker

  • Helps manage pain and assists in recovery
  • Comfortable alternative to crutches
  • Provides quicker mobility and 4-wheel stability and safety
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Product Overview

For patients experiencing pain or discomfort following foot surgery, breaks, sprains or ulcers, the Steerable Knee Walker from Drive is a simple, durable, and comfortable alternative to crutches that allows you to better manage pain and recover more quickly. Crutches can be cumbersome and uncomfortable and their prolonged use can cause painful sores under the arms. The Steerable Knee Walker eliminates those concerns with a smooth rolling option that provides quicker mobility along with four-wheel stability and safety. The fully maneuverable front wheels allow the user to conveniently steer around obstacles and corners for superior ease of use around the home or in busy hallways. The large 8” wheels also make the Walker great for handling outdoor terrain. The deluxe dual-braking system allows quick stopping, ensuring even greater safety. Tool-free height and left/right leg adjustments let users tailor the Knee Walker to their specific needs. Don’t wait to experience the enhanced mobility and comfort of the Steerable Knee Walker. Experience the Drive Difference Now.
  • Ideal for individuals recovering from foot surgery, breaks, sprains, amputation, and ulcers of the foot
  • Knee walker can be steered for increased maneuverability; deluxe dual-braking system
  • Sturdy dual frame adds stability and durability; leg pad with "channel" provides added stability and comfort
  • New foldable steering column allows for easy storage; tool-free height adjustment of seat and handle
  • 8 in. casters are ideal for indoor/outdoor use



Adjustable handle height
Folded width (in.)
Maximum handle height (in.)
Maximum seat to floor height (in.)
Minimum handle height (in.)
Minimum seat to floor height (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Seat Length (in.)
Seat Width (in.)
Wheel Size (in.)


Adjustable seat height
Color Family
Hand brakes
Hidden storage
Mobility Product Type
Walker Rollator
Number of Wheels
Padded seat
Product Weight (lb.)
Storage basket
User height range
Weight Capacity (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers


Can a motor be added on this?

Asked by Vibes September 25, 2019

No, a motor cannot be added on this.

Rubber wheels ?

Asked by Gary September 11, 2018

No, this product does not have rubber wheels.

Do they have them available in store

Asked by Tee December 1, 2017

The brake broke the first week. The tires suck, when you run into a rock you crash. Needs better tires and brakes.

Can I purchase a seat separately?

Asked by Carol November 26, 2017

If you are talking about the knee pad, you can go to Drive website and check there. Be sure you know your knee scooter information

Are there replacement wheels available for this brand and model of scooter?

Asked by slpartner August 30, 2017

What is the maximum weight limit?

Asked by Sue November 1, 2016

300 Lbs 136 kg

What is the frame material

Asked by Ed October 7, 2016

The frame is made of aluminum.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 54 reviews
  • 84% recommend this product
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Life saver
The best thing I have ever purchased in the past 5 years. Thank you Drive for making this amazing product. I'm very happy.
by Hamad
We got this walker when my wife broke her heel, and it was amazing. She is not great on crutches, but with this scooter, she was able to get everywhere she needed to be! Of course, once she was done with it, I took it out to the nearby skateboard park, and proceeded to put it through it's paces. The leg rest snapped off, but there was a pre-existing crack in the support pole from regular use; and the handlebars torqued out of position, but you can adjust that with no tools, so no big deal. All in all, it was a solid investment!
by Reviewy McReviewface
Helpful around the house and on smooth surfaces .
Lost some confidence when the post broke on the knee rest and dumped me on the floor.
by Billc
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.
by Derek
The knee pad is quite hard and uncomfortable. It is...
The knee pad is quite hard and uncomfortable. It is also difficult to tighten the Allen heads. Otherwise, it's great!
by Glenda
Very easy to assemble Works great , and got it...
Very easy to assemble Works great , and got it for a good priceThanks so much
by Cindy
This is replacement of the one that got me through my fractured ankle, non weightbearing ordeal. ...
This is replacement of the one that got me through my fractured ankle, non weightbearing ordeal. Easy to operate; had many good features, like the break lock that allows you to use the device in a stationary mode. Folds easily for stashing in the backseat or trunk of a car.
by Susan
Assembly was easy and is better than using crutches. I only needed the crutches to go up and down...
Assembly was easy and is better than using crutches. I only needed the crutches to go up and down stairs. Handle bars are kinda tricky. I say this because handlebars are wider than the width of the tires. Going along the hallway I miscalculated this and the tip of the handlebar hit the wall and I almost took a spill. Maybe my old daredevil self was going a bit too fast.
by Rey
Easy to use, works great!...
Easy to use, works great!
by Robert
Very inconvenient to fold. Still needs to use a small...
Very inconvenient to fold. Still needs to use a small tool to do it. Very hard to lock & unlock folding. Also there’s no brake to park, only stopper while in use. Not recommendable esp for older people like me.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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