This durable and lightweight choice by KneeRover is easy to maneuver indoors and out. It features 7.5-inch rubber wheels and adjustable locking hand brakes for comfort on any kind of surface. There's also a dual rear brake system if you need to make a quick stop, which offers extra peace of mind if you need to use the scooter on more uneven terrain.
We like how customizable this scooter is, with a fully adjustable steering column, handlebars, and knee pad, making it easy to find the most comfortable settings for you. Although the scooter only weights 21 pounds, it can support up to 300 pounds. Its lightweight footprint also makes it easy to transport and store, along with a quick folding mechanism on the handlebars.
This ELENKER knee scooter features a contoured, memory foam knee rest that helps easily distribute pressure for a more comfortable experience. The scooter has 8-inch PVC wheels that are ideal for many surface types as well as locking hand brakes. The handlebars and knee pad are easily adjustable to a wide range of user heights.
Like other models in our review, this scooter features a quick release fold for easy storage or transport. We also like that this scooter comes with a storage basket so you can be focused on moving safely and not trying to carry your belongings.
The Deluxe version of our Top Pick, this KneeRover scooter offers some great features if you're willing to invest a bit more in your scooter choice. One of the main differences between the Economy and this Deluxe pick is the steering system. The Deluxe features tie-rod steering, which helps provides more stability during turns by maintaining the front axle width. The Deluxe also has 7.50-inch PU wheels with shock absorbing windows for a smoother ride indoors and out.
Another upgrade is with the padded, contoured knee pad for enhanced comfort. This model also includes a storage basket for toting your belongings. Similar to our other picks, the knee pad and handlebars are adjustable for finding the proper height for the user.
The KneeRover GO HYBRID model is designed for users who are on the go. Featuring large 9-inch, all terrain front tires, this model works better on uneven outdoor surfaces. This model is also more compact and folds from both the steering column and center frame, making it easier to take this scooter anywhere.
Similar to other knee scooters in our review, this model features adjustable height handlebars and knee pad, as well as locking hand brakes for immediate stopping ability. This model also has a 3-inch contoured knee pad for enhanced comfort while in use.
The BodyMed Knee Walker features a compact, sleek design that works on indoor and outdoor surfaces. The steering column is foldable and some features, including the handy storage basket, detach to make the scooter even more compact during storage and transportation. This model also features anti-slide grips and hand brakes on the handlebar for comfort and control.
We like that this model includes a washable knee pad cover, which helps keep things clean and also provides some extra padding on the contoured knee rest. This unit is also fully adjustable, with a steering column and knee pad that accommodates a variety of user heights.
Before purchasing a knee scooter for yourself or a loved one, be sure the scooter is equipped with the features you'll need to stay safe and comfortable during your recovery. Here are the key components we recommend reviewing before you buy.
It's very important that the scooter will adjust to the exact user height. This helps prevent injuries and ensures a more comfortable experience while using the scooter. Be sure to look for a scooter with adjustable height handlebars and knee pad to make sure you can get a good fit.
Consider where you'll be using your scooter the most and the types of surfaces you'll need to navigate. If you plan to use the scooter primarily indoors, we recommend looking for a lightweight model with a narrow body to navigate tight spaces. If you need to use the scooter outdoors then tire size and type become more important. For outdoor use, look for a model with larger front tires that are marked as all terrain for the maximum amount of control on uneven surfaces. Additionally, if you plan on taking your scooter on the go, you may want to find a model with an attachable storage solution such as a basket or pouch for carrying your belongings.
If you plan on taking your scooter on the go or if you don't need to use it all the time and plan on storing it, then consider whether the model you're interested can fold to make it more compact. Many models only fold from the steering column, which helps reduce their footprint a bit, but if you need the scooter to be more compact and portable, look for a model that folds in multiple locations. Another factor to consider is the weight of the scooter. If you plan on transporting it then we recommend looking for a lightweight model that'll be easier to tote around.