Healthsmart - Mobility Aids
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Thu Mar 29 00:00:00 MDT 2012marykensington Rating:5.0
I love my rollator. It is lightweight, easy to fold up and put in the car. I showed it to my neurologist and he was impressed with how sturdy, it was and them ease in use. I would recommend t to anyone who needs a walker.
Tue Nov 29 00:00:00 MST 2011biscottino Rating:5.0
exactly what i wanted and rec'd .
Thu Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2013charlie2009 Rating:5.0
Happy with this pink folding cane. Does just what it should.
Sun May 13 00:00:00 MDT 2012lin2012 Rating:5.0
Love it! Sturdy, easy to collapse and fit in the trunk, and a snazzy color!
Thu Jan 23 00:00:00 MST 2014nebnos Rating:4.0
my wife and i were able to put it together and adjust the height no problems. i have another walker but its difficult lifting up and down stairs. orderd titanium but received pink. not worth the bother to return it. visually its excellent but i want to use it before i give it an overall excellent.
Tue May 28 00:00:00 MDT 2013thestynqueone Rating:5.0
The handle grip is extremely comfortable, the wrist strap works great, and there is no creaking sounds like my older collapsible cane had. I'm very happy with the purchase.
Tue Dec 20 00:00:00 MST 2011cjjordan Rating:5.0
Love love love this cute pink cane. Lightweight yet sturdy. This cane is all I hoped it would be and more. Would have been nice to have a carry pouch as the plastic one it came in doesn't have a bottom. Can't wait to get a compliment on it.
Thu Mar 08 00:00:00 MST 2012bobforray Rating:5.0
I was looking for a replacement for an Active rollator that broke after five years of hard use. Couldn't afford the three hundred plus dollars for another one. This rollator fit the bill for someone over three hundred pounds and six foot tall. It collapses easily for transporting. It's also sturdy and easy to maneuver. So far it has been well worth the price.
Fri Jul 27 00:00:00 MDT 2012leens79 Rating:5.0
LIFESAVER! I can fit this walker, a wheelchair and a stroller in my trunk (I drive a corolla) with ease... great quality walker that can be folded down to practically the side of a purse... I would recommend it to anyone with limited space... I just wish it broke down easier instead of having to unscrew parts but other than that this is a fantastic walker...very sturdy yet lightweight
Sat Dec 28 00:00:00 MST 2013cbin Rating:5.0
I purchased this for my mom who has limited mobility due to arthritis. She has arthritis in her hands, legs and feet. She is able to work the hand brakes with no problem. She is 5'1" and the medium was perfect, only making a minor adjustment with the hand rail. My mom sometimes travels with me and is unable to walk far and we have to search for a place for her to sit and rest. This will allow her to walk a little further and we will not need to look for a place to sit. I wish it was possible to just fold the legs up. My mom loves this. She has already talked about where she will take it ... one store in particular that only has one motorized wheelchair for the entire store.
Sat Aug 18 00:00:00 MDT 2012zappit Rating:5.0
Well, my reason for selecting the purple was because it was cheaper than the less bold color option. I am really not a "purple" person. However, this is a very appealing purple and I get complements on it daily. I was looking for a walker that folded differently than the typical walker. I drive a Cube and when I would put the walker in the cargo space, when I closed the hatch the handles would smack the glass. I was also considering a car with less cargo space too. This baby when collapsed completely could fit neatly in a file drawer. Never mind that it would take a while to accomplish the task. I simply pull up on the seat and place it nose down in my cargo space and go. It is a couple of pounds heavier and it does not seem to steer as easily as my last walker, but it is sturdier and has much bigger wheels which by the way have reflectors on them. The thing I love most about this rollator is that you can actually walk in the cage of the walker so there is no more reaching forward. It encourages you to walk in a more upright position.
Thu Apr 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013johnrtx Rating:5.0
Unlike American companies, who seem to want to put all of we crippled people in those electric toys, Euro and Asian physicians still focus on keeping people walking if they're able. I fit that; a spinal infection in 2010 left me crippled up. As most have, I started out with a walker but those are noisy and irritating. I discovered rollators and haven't looked back. I have three, of which this is one. I ordered it on here because my local handicapped store had nothing like it, only those cheapie Hugo things. I'm in my mid fifties and other than a ruined spine I'm okay. A rollator is perfect for someone like me who really wants to get around, and not on an electric plaything. This rollator is much more substantial in feel and action than the Hugo-type rollators. Look at the size of the front wheels; if you're going to be walking outside at all those silly Hugo wheels are far too small and will catch on sidewalk seams. The other thing to notice with this rollator is the wheelbase between the front and back wheels. It's long, for real stability. Those flimsy Hugo-type machines have a short wheelbase that compromises stability. This folds easily, isn't overly heavy, and other than a few minor scratches over the last 18 months, it's in perfect shape even with daily use. I'd definitely recommend it to other crippled people.