Category Archives: Peglegs News
I had a fascinating visit yesterday to Farleigh House (http://www NULL.bathrugby NULL.com/club/farleigh-house), Bath Rugby’s training ground. It’s a stunning place for them to work and the physios and medics I met really seemed to like the iWALK 2.0. Even a … Continue reading
An interesting article about the history and design of the iWALK 2.0 in Plastics Today (http://www NULL.plasticstoday NULL.com/articles/inside-story-hands-free-crutch-that-keeps-Harrison-Ford-up-about-140716)
Our next delivery is now in UK Customs, so hope to have stock in a few days
Our second delivery has now arrived and we have plenty of stock of the new iWALK 2.0 for sale at £149.95.
The first consignment of the new iWALK 2.0 arrived in the UK last week and are selling fast. More are on their way but only a few left in stock at £149.95 + carriage at cost.
Our first delivery of the iWALKFree 2.0 has landed in the UK and been released by customs, which means we should have them for sale late next week. If you want to pre-order one just drop us an email (sales … Continue reading
We’ve just placed the order for the first delivery of the iWALK 2.0 as described here (http://iwalk-free NULL.com/) and they are making their way across the Atlantic as I write. Sale only, as they are embossed “Not For Rental”, but … Continue reading
Bad luck to Matt Bellamy of Muse, who Tweeted from @MattBellamy the other day that he had broken his foot. Article in the Daily Mail here (http://www NULL.dailymail NULL.co NULL.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2242836/Matt-Bellamy-cuts-glum-figure-hobbles-walking-stick-breaking-foot NULL.html?ito=feeds-newsxml) with pictures of him looking fed up on crutches, … Continue reading
A great article (http://peglegs NULL.co NULL.uk/docs/Daily Express NULL.jpg) in yesterday’s Daily Express about how the champion rally driver Matthew Wilson used an iWALKFree to help his recovery from a broken ankle earlier in the year.
Very happy with this Orthopaedic & Trauma Times article, written by orthopaedic practitioner Dave Parker, who has had to use an iWALKFree himself recently. Hands-free Crutch