When regular exercise becomes a challenge because of age, illness, reduced mobility or disability, the HoMedics Leg Exerciser provides an easy way to keep joints mobile by providing regular gentle exercise from the comfort of your own chair. Designed in consultation with Occupational Therapists the Leg Exerciser moves your feet and legs for you, simulating walking without the impact and reducing stress on your joints.
Three progressive distance settings allow you to select the level that is right for you. We recommend that you always seek the advice of your GP or other medical professional before embarking on any new exercise program. Please read the instructions before first use and always build up any new exercise routine gradually, starting with a few minutes on level 1 and building up each day.
Three Distance Settings
While the machine moves your feet and legs for you, circulation is stimulated and swelling, and discomfort can be reduced without undue stress on your joints. Three progressive distance settings allow you to select the level that is right for you and to progress gradually as mobility improves; gently getting you back to enjoying the things you love.
Easy To Store
The HoMedics Leg Exerciser has an easy-to-carry design, and being compact in size makes it ideal to store away when not in use.
- Customer Reviews
HoMedics Leg Exerciser is rated out of 5 by 9.Rated 5 out of 5 by Joy L. from Leg Exerciser Purchased for an elderly person with severe mobility challenges. Easy to use with remote control unit (especially if someone else is operating the unit on behalf of the user). It has 3 speed settings - but I would have liked a couple more. However after a couple of months using it almost daily, noticed a positive difference in the circulation of the lower legs and feet. (Felt warmer to the touch). It also slightly exercises the thigh, knees and calves gently. The only slight downside is that the electrical lead could have been longer and the unit makes a buzzing noise when using it - and it bleeps unnecessarily at the start and end of each cycle - but itŠ—Ès not too distracting. Another slight downside is that the button in the centre of the unit is not well placed as the user can accidentally change to speed of the unit (or can stop/pause it) just by moving their feet to the centre panel. Overall, very happy with this product and would recommend it. The online customer service of the team at HoMedics is great. They responded very quickly to a small query about the product before it was purchased. Delivery arrived swiftly. Thanks HoMedics!Date published: 2018-01-02Rated 5 out of 5 by Pamela J. from Customer Service / Delivery Ordered a leg exerciser for my daughter, fantastic product. Opted for standard delivery which I think was 3/4 days. Although I ordered this on Thursday afternoon it actually at lunch time the next day, great service.Date published: 2017-12-06Rated 5 out of 5 by Nicola H. from Easing the joints My knees and ankles are now suffering from playing too much sport as a youth, and are now stiff, or worse. The passive walking seems to be working to add a little movement, without risking further damage to the joints. Time will tell how much improvement is possible, but in my current state, any small improvement is a big helpDate published: 2017-09-24Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from did not have long enough to make decision on to slow fore me I needed something stronger but it would be good with somebody who has weaker lims to exercise onDate published: 2017-08-16Rated 5 out of 5 by Geoff from The HoMedics Leg Exerciser helps The HoMedics Leg Exerciser helps me keep up with the grandkids"Date published: 2015-10-27Rated 5 out of 5 by Michael - London from I use it every day, I use it every day, itŠ—Ès helped the feeling in my legs and feet enormously!"Date published: 2015-10-27Rated 4 out of 5 by Judith W from Great exerciser. The HolMedics leg exerciser is helping my arthritic feet and legs get up and downstairs more easily.Date published: 2019-08-26Rated 4 out of 5 by Anita C. from Gentle exerciser but annoying bleeps I had a stroke a couple of years ago and find sitting at a desk all day isnt ideal for the legs. So am using the leg exerciser under the desk to work the leg gently but still allowing me to work. The bleeps are loud and I feel unnecessary particularly as it does have lights to show speed level, also you dont need to heard bleep when it starts as you have just pressed start. Hoping the with continued use my leg will stop being so fatigued.Date published: 2017-09-23
- Q & A
I have a titanium femur and knee replacement, would this device be suitable for me? I am looking for something to exercise my legs due to limited mobility.Dear Anne64, Please note that we are not allowed to give medical advice to our customers. Our best recommendation would be to contact your local GP. Kind regards, Team HomedicsDate published: 2019-09-09
Is this a medical device? I'm wondering how it could help improve my leg conditionDear Toney, We always recommend that if you have an existing condition to consult your medical professional. They have all the details of your condition and can make an informed decision whether the leg exerciser will be suitable for you to use. Kind Regards, HoMedics Customer ServicesDate published: 2019-06-05
I have a HoMedics Leg Exerciser and it has started to make a slight "groaning" sound on top of it's normal operating sounds. Please tell me ...... does this device need lubricating periodically and if it does is it something I can do myself ?Dear Hutch41, We would kindly ask you to contact us directly on 01732 378 557 or email@example.com and on of our advisers will be happy to assist you further. Kind Regards, Salter Customer Services.Date published: 2019-03-11
Can this device help to raise a slow pulse rate. My Father has AF and needs to keep his heart rate up as its low. His mobility is not good so would this used regularly every day help strengthen his legs and give a bit of cardio as it mimics walking?The unit is designed to simulate walking which will improve mobility and help with sore or aching feet. For further advice we would recommend to consult the GP as we are unable to provide any medical advice.Date published: 2018-12-05
The three lights are flashing. The machine doesn't move. What's wrong ?Hi Amybaby, We are sorry to hear about the issue you are experiencing with your Leg Exerciser. Please feel free to contact us at www.homedics.co.uk/contacts or 01732 378 557 so we can try to help solve the problem. Thank you for taking the time to review your product. We value your feedback to help us improve the quality of our products. Kind regards.Date published: 2018-10-30
How long should you use this each day?