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5 Negative Reviews of iWALK2.0 Hands Free Crutch to Read Before Buying

Posted by Tom Schwab


 

My_kids_and_product_are_perectIt's hard to be objective when you gave birth to it.  Often parents refuse to admit their child is less than perfect, just as companies refuse to admit that their new and improved device isn't for everyone and actually  has some short comings.  You can look on any manufacturers to see the 5 Star reviews that don't tell you much.  You can often learn as much about what some people hate about a product to see if you can live with the limitations.  To help you decide if the iWALK2.0 Hands Free Crutch might be a better option than crutches for you, we collected some 1 star reviews and highlight what you need to keep in mind.  


 

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Topics: Product Reviews, Hands Free Crutch

5 Types of People Perfect for the iWALK2.0 Hands Free Crutch

Posted by Brooke Williams


So you injured yourself. Life goes on! Unfortunately, with your situation in life, you simply cannot keep up with daily activities on crutches. And that is where the iWALK2.0 comes in as a modern alternative to crutches. The iWALK2.0 is a newer, even better version of the original  iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch. You simply strap the device onto your injured leg and walk like normal…your hands free at all times! The iWALK2.0 is perfect for many different people. Here are just five examples.

 

5 Types of People Perfect for the iWALK2.0 Hands Free CrutchPet Owners

Just because you injure yourself does not mean your dog will walk himself every morning and every evening. Your pet might look at your with sympathetic eyes, but he will still need his usual care! On crutches, it would be downright dangerous to take your dog for a walk. If he pulled the wrong direction and got you off balance, you could be worse off than you already are. But with the iWALK2.0 you can keep up with your dog no matter what his pace. You’ll get in a little exercise and fresh air for yourself as well and you won’t even be sore because of it.

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Topics: Hands Free Crutch

8 Questions around the iWALK2.0 Hands Free Crutch

Posted by Brooke Williams


 

8 Questions around the iWALK2.0 Hands Free CrutchWhen you injure yourself, you might know that you do not want to spend your recovery time on crutches. However, when you look at the iWALK2.0, you might be leery about buying the device. Is it really as good as it seems? Most products are too good to be true, right? Here are some misconceptions about the iWALK2.0 cleared up for you in order to help you make your mobility decision.

 

You have to cut the beam

Though adjusting the iWALKFREE Hands Free Crutch was a bit more tough, the iWALK2.0 is simple. It can be adjusted with no tools at all for any height within the allowed range. There it no cutting and there are no tools needed.

 

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Topics: Hands Free Crutch

Fishing and Golfing after Ankle Surgery thanks to the iWALK2.0 Hands Free Crutch

Posted by Brooke Williams


Life must go on after Ankle Surgery thanks to the iWALK2.0 Hands Free Crutch  Bob Savage, a civil engineer who works for the state of Connecticut didn’t like the idea of giving up so much of his life to the non-weight bearing way of existing after his ankle surgery. Instead of succumbing to the limitations of crutches, he simply ordered an iWALK2.0. He was amazed by how quickly he got used to the device. “I got the iWALK2.0 yesterday at 11am and now today I can get around everywhere…I just have to be careful!”

Bob had big plans for his new mobility. First, he said, “I am planning on fishing with it soon and even playing golf. I know I can do it.” He was excited about the little things the iWALK2.0 allowed him to do as well. “I can even sit down in a chair and let me iWALK2.0 device rest on a table so my foot can hand in the air without removing the device.”

 

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Topics: Dad recovering, Hands Free Crutch

7 Differences between the iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch and the iWALK2.0

Posted by Brooke Williams

 


7 Differences between the iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch and the iWALK2.0The non-weight bearing lifestyle is hard. Sure, crutches can help, but in some ways, they make life even harder. They hurt! They’re hard to use! They make stairs dangerous! They limit the use of your hands!
 
The iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch is a product that has helped many people get around during their non-weight bearing stage with ease. The alternative mobility device allows you the use of your hands at all times without the added pain in the armpit and other areas. While the iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch is a great product, it was  discontinuedin late 2013 and replaced with an improved  medical device that incorporated a decade of patient feedback and learning. Now, the iWALK2.0 is available and though the idea is the same, there are differences between the two versions. Here are a few of the differences between the original iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch and the iWALK2.0 version.
 

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Topics: Hands Free Crutch, FAQ, Recovery

 

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