Looks like I am probably going to go for the walkaide due to it being available locally which I can do vs going to Seattle with someone else driving ferry fares etc etc to get the ness l300.
Here's the deal though: i could go through all that if it is a better machine, but having more parts is not necessarily better, yet I can see that a machine that responds to a heel movement then fires off might be better vs something that simply fires off at a set rate, it is more physiologically correct.
Here's my question for walk aide users: if your walkaide died today, would you make a point of trying the ness l300? Just to see how the sensor angle felt to you?
Does anyone think I am really missing out if I don't at least try the ness 300? And maybe since it senses your foot it does not require all those recalibration visits? DOes anyone have any idea of how often these recalibrations are needed for these two machines?
It is big purchase, many ramifications, one wants to be certain! I am looking for Marks comparison too, BTW. they also told me 45oo for the walkaide. Better than I was told before! Never thought I'd see the day I'd be happy with a price of "only" 4500
thanks so much for sharing:D