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BIONESS L300 USED FOR SALE

Postby wpbrink » Wed Jul 14, 2010 2:33 am

My wife has Multiple Sclerosis and up until 2 months ago she was using the bioness L300 leg drop system. We are finding now that we don’t have any use for the device, therefore we are putting it up for sale. The original brand new price of this device was $5,500.00 but we are selling it for $2,000.00. If you know of anyone with Multiple Sclerosis that would be interested in buying this from us please let us know. The Bioness L300 leg drop system has been proven to help patients with Multiple Sclerosis as far as their walking. The system we have for sale is not very old at all.

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Vincennes, Indiana 47591
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Bioness L300

Postby Mitchell » Sat Oct 16, 2010 6:52 pm

Wendall,
I'm just checking to see if you still have the Bioness L300 for sale? I know that it requires individual programing, so I would have to see if I can get someone to do that. I know that the local Minneapolis MS society has someone who can program the Walkaid and I will need to check to see if he has the software for the Bioness.

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Bioness L300 for sale

Postby I_am_not_MS » Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:15 pm

I also have an L300 foot drop system for sale. I purchased for $5800 without insurance reimbursment and would be willing to sell for a discounted amount. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further. Samantha at 724/351-3060.
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Postby Mitchell » Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:53 pm

Samantha,

I will give you a call in the next couple of days. Thanks for responding and I'm interested in finding out more about your Bioness.
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Postby fruity » Sat Nov 27, 2010 12:42 pm

WPBRINK,
Do you still have your bioness system for sale? Is it for the left or right leg? Do you know the size (S,M,L)? Thanks.
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Does anyone still have the Bioness L300 for sale?

Postby Astronomychick » Wed Jan 26, 2011 3:31 pm

Does anyone in the above posts still have the Bioness L300 leg device for sale? Thank you.
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Postby burg » Wed Jan 26, 2011 4:10 pm

You can try Ebay...There is a Bioness for right leg $3,500..ii is under Bioness..
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Does anyone have a Bioness L300 for sale?

Postby Astronomychick » Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:50 am

Thank you for your reply - I'll take a look at the one on Ebay... was checking to see if anyone on the threads above still had one as well.

I'll keep checking back to see - thank you everyone!
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Postby burg » Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:16 pm

Also, you should check the Walkaide. It's cheaper, but I tried both. I preferred the walkaide because it was a one piece self contained unit. Also, you can use with bare feet, or any pair of shoes. Bioness requires a adhesive pad put into whatever shoe you use. It can not be switched. Bioness also has a remote you need to carry.
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Cost of the WalkAide?

Postby Astronomychick » Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:39 pm

Hi Burg:

I've not tried the WalkAide but looking on their website it looks interesting - do you know approximately how much it costs? Do you have one and if so for how long and what do you think of it so far?

Thank you for the info...
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Postby burg » Thu Jan 27, 2011 5:22 pm

I have it two years,,,bang it fall on it...still works...they modified the harness, and it's even better than it was..
But...do what I did...call both companies, and try them both. Put it on yourself, and walk around...get up, down, cross your legs, etc. it's annoying if it triggers when you don't want it to.
When I go it, Bioness was 6,500 and Walkaide was 4500. But we all know. It's not the money. Its whatever helps more. I'll do whatever I need to tryto be better...went to Bulgaria from USA. Did Albany since twice.
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WalkAide vs. Bioness

Postby Astronomychick » Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:50 pm

I know what you mean - I would like to try the WalkAide. I have "test drove" the Bioness and I can tell you it was amazing and I felt normal when walking for the first time in a long time - it brought tears to my eyes. I emailed a WalkAide facility near me and it's substantially come up in price since you've received it apparently so that now it's pretty close in cost to the Bioness. And you're right - it's not the money but what works. But sadly insurance companies only see the bottom line and saving costs now so they're denying all items like these so I've resorted to finding people who are selling theirs.

And wow you're from Bulgaria? What part of the U.S. are you living in now? I'm in Oklahoma :)
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Postby burg » Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:59 pm

I'm not from Bulgaria...had CCSVI procedure there...just saying I'll spend anything I can to be better...Just make sure you try both before you buy...
I live in NYC
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Postby burg » Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:03 pm

Another idea...see if you can rent a demo, or try for a few days...Say before you spend that kind of money, you wantto try for a day or so. My Neuro here in NY ...Dr Sadiq got the walkaide rep to let me try a demo for a week...Bioness would not do it.
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Postby Astronomychick » Fri Jan 28, 2011 1:24 pm

That is a good idea - I am glad they let you try it out for a week or so. I will email her back and ask if that is a possibility. With the Bioness I could rent it for a month for $500 (taken off the purchase price) but what if you don't purchase it? That's pretty expensive. Thank you for all the info Burg - it has been most helpful :D
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