Heavy Duty Extra Wide Folding Walking Frame
This Heavy Duty Extra Wide Folding Walking Frame is sturdy offering support up to 272 kg. The walker comes with large rubber tips on the legs provide superior traction and control. It is easy to collapse the lightweight frame to store or transport. This is an affordable, strong wheelie walker that provides stability for those with balance issues. The narrow, U-shaped frame makes it convenient to use indoors; each side operates independently to allow for easy navigation through doors and hallways to assist you to ... Live your best life!
Folding walking frames provide a simple solution for those who need support when walking.
- Lightweight height adjustable aluminium frame
- Steel front, side bars and extension legs for structure reinforcement
- Extra wide for maximum space and comfort
- 2 easy to press push buttons that may be operated independently by the fingers, palm or side of the hand.
- Easy to fold, transport and store
- Dual front (arch bar) and side brace for extra support
- Durable handgrips
- Conditional Warranty applies
- Handle Height: 78.5cm to 99cmWalking Aids
- Width between handgrips: 56cm
- Width at Base: 60.5cm
- Depth at Base: 54cm
- Weight Capacity: 272kg
- Net Weight: 4.10kg
Friendly tips on choosing the right sized walkers:
- You should allow your hands to hang naturally at your sides.
- Measure from the crease in your wrist to the floor. This length should be your walkers handle height.
- If possible, choose a walker that adjusts at least 2.54 cm (approx. one inch) higher and lower than your actual measurement so you can adjust it as necessary.
Who should use a Walker? Do I Need a Walker or Rolling Walker?
Walkers are needed for a myriad of reasons. E.g.
- If you experience shortness of breath, arthritic pain, or can't walk and carry objects at the same time.
- If you are afraid of falling, being alone and becoming socially isolated, you may need a walker.
- When you are in need of partial support for your body weight.
- When you require more balanced stability than a cane provides.
- When and if you have sufficient upper body strength and mobility to lift the walker, then set it down and step forward.
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