Essential Medical Supply Endurance HD Bariatric Rollator - 500 lb Weight Cap

Essential Medical Supply W1802B-14
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$169.95
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The Endurance HD heavy duty four wheel walker will support up to 500 pounds, but only weighs 29 pounds. Attractive blue walker features include a padded curved back rest, 18.75" wide padded seat, extra large 7.5" tires, and a pouch under the seat. Dimensions:Seat to Floor Height: 22.5 inches ; Width Between the Handles: 22 inches ; Overall Width: 26.5 inches ; Height Adjustment: 33.5-38 inches;Seat Width:18.5 inch;Seat Depth:14 inches. Weight: 29 lbs. New “Click and Sit” safety feature, Curved, padded back for comfort, Improved metallic liquid coating finish, Carrying pouch under padded seat, Limited lifetime warranty on frame

A Reinforced Frame - The Endurance HD Walker has a dual front cross bar and lightweight, steel frame. Strong, Loop Lock Brakes - Endurance HD Walker's unique brake pad style gives you control!

Features:

  • Supports up to 500lbs
  • Padded curved back rest
  • Large carrying bag
  • Large soft seat
  • Lightweight steel frame
  • Weight Capacity:  500 pounds
  • Weighs 29 lbs
  • Dimensions:Seat to Floor Height: 22.5 inches
  • Width Between the Handles: 22 inches
  • Overall Width: 26.5 inches
  • Height Adjustment: 33.5-38 inches
  • Seat Width:18.5 inch
  • Seat Depth:14 inches.
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YD
01/25/2022
Y D.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great walker

I really like my walker. I've been able to go places and do things I wouldn't have done without it. However, I recently had to replace the brakes and my goodness, what a chore!!! The handgrips must come off in order to get the old brakes off. They must have cemented those handgrips on cause we tried and tried to get them off. Finally, I found a HME website that suggested soaking them in hot water for 10 minutes. Still didn't budge. I boiled water and soaked and soaked. Finally felt like one of them was loosening a little. Got my double boiler out and let them boil on a burner for about 6 hours. My husband got his vice grips and with alot of but strength managed to get them off. I just was thinking, there is no need to glue them on in the first place. Considering your clientele for the most part is elderly then I'm sure I'm not the first person to have this problem.

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