"Brilliant your knee cap does not even feel like it is touching the floor and even with a painful knee cap I have been able to work all week fixing skirting and they dont slide around on your knee one easy strap - Brilliant!"
"Best 20 quid I spent recently, very comfortable and a knee saver. I am a big feller and my knees caned with lesser padding. These beauties take the strain and are easy to move about in whilst kneeling running pipes."
"purchased these after a pair of cheaper knee pads fell apart on the job. Excellent padding and knee protection. Only let down by some slight movement of the pad when shifting about on the floor. maybe a second strap would help?"
"Went for the more expensive option here because the cheaper ones looked like they would move around under your weight if they weren't on dead straight. I'm glad that I did. My knees are shot and I can't even kneel on carpet or towels etc. With these on I can kneel on concrete no problem.
Yes, ok they do cost a bit but they work well and if they don't work for you, hey, just take them back."
"Good but front pads are to hard and the velcro on the straps is to small an area to get them tight on your leg. I've got chunky legs so how a skinny bloke would go on I don't know. Quality made but I think you are paying for the badge."
"Comfy enough, but the face is really hard and if you are kneeling on something that matters, ie solid wood flooring, these can scratch the floor easily, also not much cop on joists as they slip off. Great on things like concrete, flat roofs or floor tiling, for the more delicate stuff get the soft faced version"
"Unfortunately like all knee pads these swivel around and move out of place when you're up and down and moving into different positions. Sure they would be fine if you're in one position all the time but I also found they hurt the back of your legs after a while. No good for prolonged use without a break. Expensive too but well made and comfortable on the knee."
"Had these for a few years & although they're comfortable on the knee' they do tend to fall down to your ankles every time you get up or walk around which is very annoying when you have to keep correcting them before you kneel down again."
"They are well made and are bulletproof, but have two significant failures for me:
1 - only one strap which means they slip easily around and up and down the knee when wearing
2 - slippy, solid, small and unstable front face, meaning that they don't sit true or flat on any flat or slippy surface, eg tiles, wood, so they slide around the knee. Would be good for grippy surfaces like carpets"
"Pads are not marked left or right so tried both ways round and still tended to migrate inwards in use. Padding is good but straps do bite in a bit. I must admit these were not my first choice due to the high price but needs must so I chanced that they would be superior to ones half the price. Disappointing."
"I do a lot of floor tiling and have found these knee pads absolutely useless! The single strap doesn't hold the knee pads in place for more than a few minutes and they are continually around your ankles when walking! Because they move around so much, I have found that after one day of wearing these bad boys my knees are killing me! Dont buy, save your money!!!"