Well look at this, 2 US celebrities have both discovered how great an iWALK 2.0 is for getting around when you have a lower leg injury:
Yes you can!
For those of you who follow Real Housewives of Orange County, I see from her Instagram, kindly pointed out by a customer, that Tamra Judge has discovered the joys of the iWALK 2.0. If you are a social and fashion icon with a broken foot or ankle, you now know what to do!
How iWALK2.0 Made French Challenge Possible
The new America’s Cup catamarans sail four times faster than the wind by literally flying over the water. When French skipper Franck Cammas was knocked overboard during training, he almost lost his lower leg. He needed to get back into training in time to compete for the cup, so naturally he wanted the best, most technologically advanced crutch in the world. That’s why he chose the iWALK2.0, which we the fellow sailors at Peglegs UK sent to his training base in France. In June, France successfully competed in the America’s Cup Challenger series in their quest for the cup.
Lots of people ask us if they can use an iWALK 2.0 for walking their furry best friends when they are on crutches with a lower leg injury. Here’s how it works!
We are coming across a number of Achilles rupture patients who are being offered a trial which involves being in an air boot from the beginning so they do not actually need to be non weight-bearing and wish to return their iWALK 2.0. This costs us a considerable amount, so please check before you buy!
You definitely can’t drive a car with a manual gearbox and foot clutch using an iWALK but what this video shows is how easy it is to remove the iWALK 2.0 and get into the driving seat of a large American car with automatic transmission. Putting it back on is the reverse of this operation and takes a similar time.
People often ask us if the iWALK 2.0 is OK on rough or uneven ground. I think this answers their question:
Here is a lady called Charlotte, showing how she is using her iWALK 2.0 to prepare for her operation: