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iWalk 2.0 Features
The design of the iWalk allows you to walk without having to use your hands or arms to assist you. This mobility crutch becomes an extension of your injured leg, leaving your hands free to shop, cook, vacuum, mow-the-lawn, walk-the-dog, and a host of other things you are acustomed to doing.
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This mobility device allows you to exercise and do many of the ordinary functions of everyday life. This keeps your muscles active and working to achieve the things you normally find yourself doing on a daily basis.
Most patients adapt to using the iWalk in just a matter of minutes. It more closely resembles normal walking that standard crutches, scooters or wheelchairs.
iWalk 2.0 is a Hands Free Crutch that is so easy to use that most people adapt within 2-3 minutes. These crutches promote greater mobility and eliminate pain often associated with traditional crutches. The iWalk 2.0 is the latest, greatest version of the classic i-walkfree. This alternative crutch is designed to allow a person with a foot or ankle injury free use of there hands and full mobility. With traditional crutches, daily activities become more difficult to accomplish, some may be impossible. The iWalk 2.0 allows the user to be mobile, without being restricted. The iWalk 2.0 crutch makes is easy to use in a persons daily life.
The iWalk 2.0 features an ergonomic shape that is easier and safer to use. Unlike the older version, the new iWalk 2.0 version has a stabilizing foot that provides more stability. The iWalk 2.0 has a stabilizing foot feature to enhance balance. The bottom of this stabilizing foot contains replaceable treads that allow you to keep your hands free without having to purchase a new crutch.
These crutches are truly one size fits most, because they adjust in thigh circumference and height. Quick release buckles are added as a safety feature on these crutches. Unlike previous models, there is no need to cut these to size. Simply use the instant push button height adjustment. Comfortable padding lines each adjustable strap.
iWalk 2.0 Crutch Features and Specifications
Product Features and Benefits
- Completely hand free.
- Best crutch alternative.
- Adjustable crutch to serve you individual needs.
- Enhances the mobility of individuals using crutches.
- Provides greater comfort than traditional crutches.
- Manage daily activities.
- Offers the ability to exercise.
- Potential for reducing muscle atrophy, strength and bone density loss.
- Offers the ability to remain independent.
- Potential for shortened rehabilitation time.
- Ergonomic knee pad for stability and comfort.
- Traction on the footplate prevents slipping.
- Helps to improves motor function.
- Provides added personal safety.
- Improved emotional well-being.
- Offset footplate for stability.
- Product Number: HFC20001BK.
- Width: 6.90"
- Height: Adjustable 25.75" to 38"
- Length: 16"
- Fits Height Range: 4'10"' to 6'6"
- Max Leg (Thigh) Circumference: 27"
- Weight: 4.8 lbs.
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 lbs.
- Weight Capacity: 275 pounds.
- Knee Bend Angle: 90 degrees.
- CE Class 1 registered medical device.
- FDA Class 1 registered medical device.
- Manufacturer: iWalkFree Inc.
- Warranty: 1 year limited.
Will This Product Work for You?
The iWalk2.0 is a useful solution for many people, but it will not work for everyone. This guide is intended to prevent confusion as to whether or not a hands free crutch is a good solution. Some things to consider are activity level; type of injury; and height, weight and age. To find out if the hands free crutch would work for you, ask yourself the following questions:
- Before your injury, could you walk up and down stairs without any kind of assistance? If so, move on to the next question. If not, the iWalk2.0 may not be the right solution for you.
- Are you able to balance on the non-affected leg? If you can balance for 30 seconds or more, then move on to the next question.
- How would you describe your activity level: high, average or low? If you answered low, the iWalk2.0 may not be right for you. For all other answers, move on to the next section.
Type of Injury
- Are both legs injured? If so, then the iWalk2.0 may not work well for you. If the injury is only to one leg, move on to the next question.
- Is your injury below or above the knee? If the injury is below the knee, move on to the next question.
- Does your knee bend to 90 ° without pain or discomfort? If the answer is yes, move on to the next question.
- Is your unaffected leg fully functional? If the answer is yes, move on to the next question.
- Do you have an ACL tear, MCL tear, patella condition, hamstring tear, groin injury, piriformis injury, IT band issue, illiopasoas, or a diabetic ulcer? If you do, this product may not be right for you. If you do not experience these conditions, move on to the next section.
Height, Weight and Age
- Are you over 55? If the answer is yes, then the iWalk2.0 may not be right for you, depending on your activity level and dexterity.
- Are you between 4'10" and 6'6"? If the answer is yes, move on the next question.
- Are you under 275 lbs.? If the answer is yes, move on to the next question.
- Is the circumference of your thigh less than 27 inches? If the answer is yes, move on to the next section.
If you didn't meet one of the conditions above, but still believe the iWalk2.0 is right for you, it is recommended to contact an iWalk technician. Be sure to watch instructional videos before making a purchase decision.
Mobility Crutch Comparison Chart
iWalk 2.0 Standard
Hands Free Non-Weight Bearing Pain Free Functional During Rehab Indpendence Reduced Risk of Muscle Atrophy Partial Elevation of Injury Reduces Recovery Time Improves Emotional Well Being Improves Ability to Exercise
Race of the Crutches Video
Race Between the iWalk, Scooter and Standard Crutches. Which will win? (0:18 minutes)
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- Foot Amputation
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Alternative Crutch Videos
Alternative Crutch Setup Video (8:00 minutes)
Fitting Video - Determining Your Leg Type (2:20 minutes)
Fitting Video - Making Adjustments for Your Leg Type (3:06 minutes)
Fitting Video - Adjusting the Straps (1:50 minutes)
Custom Fitting Video - The Essentials for Getting the Right Fit (8:00 minutes)
Assembly Video (5:00 minutes)
Learning to iWALK Video (8:23 minutes)
iWALK 2.0 Review (10:53 minutes)
Hands Free Crutch Testimonial Videos
First Time Using iWALK by Kristi (2:43 minutes)
Walking with a Triple Broken Ankle with Dana Crane (2:52 minutes)
First Steps with Alex P. Video (2:19 minutes)
First Steps with Scott Pierson Video (2:18 minutes)
First Steps with Kristi Video (2:43 minutes)
- Additional Information
- Manuals & Documents
Manuals and Documents
- User Manual shows how this alternative crutch is as easy as 1,2,3 - 1) Assemble, 2) Fit, 3) Walk.
- Assembly Instructions offer assembly instructions and a parts diagram.
- Fitting Instructions 11 steps for fitting your crutchs.
- Use Instructions offer details for walking, climbing stairs and descending stairs.
- Community Q&A