"I have been through all sorts of expensive knee pads and they all do the same thing. Straps hurt the back of leg, they slide down leg when walking, they twist around your knees when moving around, the straps are annoying and they make your knees sore after a while. This pair is no exception, but this pair is just as good if not better when it comes to knee protection and comfort, they have lasted almost a year with a lot of use, and they are cheap. What more do you want. Compared to £20 for a pair that hurt more and the straps do not last, this set is great."
"These knee pads are good for a quick job but if you're going to do any kneeling over a period of time then you'll want a better product, perhaps gel filled ones. The biggest problem with the pads is that the straps dig into the back of the knees and if worn over a prolonged period can make sores on the skin to the back of the knees. However for a short period of kneeling especially on a rough surface then they'll be ideal if you get used to pulling them up as they do have a tendency for slipping down if you continually get up. For a quick job these knee pads are ideal but not for any jobs requiring extending periods of kneeling."
"When I first wore these I thought they were OK, but after an hour or so the strap that goes behind the knee became very uncomfortable (it digs in). Also, I found these do not stay up very well when standing/walking. Would not buy again."
"Have bought these pads in the past, and they have lasted well for intermittent use. The problem with them now is the plastic strap which is not flexible enough and causes the holding button to rip out in a very short time. If you buy them I suggest you replace the straps with the wide knicker elastic which they used to be supplied with."
"These knee pads are useless. I am taking them back as they dont protect the bit you actually kneel on.The plastic straps cut into the back of your leg.I cant imagine the straps lasting more than a week."