This is a newer product but had everything inward looking for. I initially looked at 2-wheeled traditional walkers with fold-down seats, but they are roughly twice as expensive. This still lets you walk between the handles but leave the seat down, so it doubles as a tray to carry stuff, for me. Rolls smoothly and the back stopping mechanism works great for me, but I out tens balls on for inside the house to avoid messing up the floors. While similar in design to a 4-wheel walker, the wheels are smaller so this is much less obtrusive, easy to get in and out of car, lightweight. My PT was very happy with it as well. It gives me a bit more freedom than a regular walker with fixed front wheels, since these swivel and you don't have to pick up each time, but isn't too fast like a 4-wheel rollator would be. I'm happy with my purchase!
At first I was intimidated by the size of the box, but encouraged that the assembly process had been so easy on the 3 wheel Rollator, that I tackled it by myself. Surprise, surprise. Pull it out of the box and it is ready to go, without any assembly whatsoever. Thanks!!! I needed that!!!!I often travel by Uber so this light weight, yet stable, unit is easy to fold in the center and put into either the back seat or the trunk. Uber drivers like it. Many raves and notices about this DRIVE Rollator Walker. So glad I bought it!!!!
This is a larger, heavy-duty rollator/walker. Was a godsend when I injured my foot. I like that it has a seat, so when I'm standing in line, I don't have to stand. Hand brakes are a good feature and there's a little basket under the seat to store my purse. Overall, a very good buy.
My wife has four or five walkers. The rollator type with a seat, older style aluminum with tennis balls, etc. This is by far the easiest for her to place and remove from the var. It folds easily. She doesn't use the basket or tray. The pouch is mroe than enough storage for her purse, etc.
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