Using RollerFoot On Side Walks

Using RollerFoot On Side Walks

Recently we collaborated with a Milwaukee-based ad agency adBidtise who gave us a lot of good ideas and created new exposure for RollerFoot in media and TV.  Here is an interview we gave to adBidtise talking about how the ad agency helped us in marketing. The interview is accompanied by a nice video footage of using RollerFoot in the street.

In this video one can see how the RollerFoot is not only useful at home and office but also in the streets of today’s urban living.  The user in the video is rolling on the sidewalks while his hands are occupied with a bag and a water bottle.  He is easily crossing the street, steering with his knee and going around corners , resting the injured foot on the RollerFoot while sitting on a bench.

You can also see a demonstration of how simple it is getting the RollerFoot in and out of the car.

In one episode the user shows how he can take a step up with the RollerFoot from the pavement level and onto the sidewalk.  That is a height of one foot!  Among all the knee scooters, only the RollerFoot is capable of such maneuver (stepping up or down) because of it’s unique design and function.