I never thought I'd need a Rollator at my age, but I hurt some discs in my back, they're crunching root nerves= excruciating pain and needing this till it's fixed! Now, I'm not mechanically inclined, and this was together in ten minutes! READ AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTTIONS! Most negative feedback on here was due to not reading. Remove BLACK END CAPS BEFORE TRYING TO ASSEMBLE THE WHEELS! :) Those are for your protection only! Make sure the rolling,,swivel wheels are in front, (OOPS LOLL) and brake line easily connects to loops on non twirling rear wheels! This is sturdy, good sized seat, (it'll fit a wider girth) and love that the handles are not foam, therefore, cleanable! :) I feel very secure using this, living alone. It carries my coffee, a must have, allows me to sit to make a QUICK tuna sandwhich, or grab a breakfast protein bar. I can't stand long, or my right leg starts THUMPING, but with this, I gained my independence back! (mostly) All thread lined up, all black knobs,tightened, if you make sure you're putting the correct one in the correct place :) Then, GO YOU!:)
Medline Steel Rollator Walker, Folding Rolling Walker, 6" Wheels, 350lb Weight Capacity, Burgundy Red Frame
Arrives by Thu, Feb 20
Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
About This Item
- Padded seat and backrest for comfort if the user becomes tired and needs to rest
- 6" smooth rolling wheels are great for indoor or outdoor use
- Easy to use hand brakes: push down to lock, pull up to release
- Handles adjust from 31"-35" allowing users a more customized fit
- Seat Height: 20.5" (not adjustable)
- Total Width: 24.5"
- Width between handles: 17.5"
- Supports up to 350 lbs.
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21.00 x 24.50 x 18.00 Inches
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Sturdy and comfortable
After receiving my Medline Steel Rolling Walker, [model # MDS8685OESKD], I proceeded to assemble it. Assembly was fairly easy and no tools were needed to do so. The weight of the walker itself is approximately 19 lbs. Depending of the need to actually lift the walker or load it, 19 lbs. was slightly heavy but manageable to me. The seat on the walker is right at 11 1/2"x 11 1/2" inches, and the walker itself folds up for easy storage. According to the instruction manual, the maximum weight limit should not exceed 350 lbs. One thing to note is that the Medline Rolling Walker is completely latex free, so those with a latex allergy need not be concerned. The basket under the padded seat also measures at about 11 1/2"x 11 1/2" inches, but the recommended allowed weight limit for the pouch is 10 lbs. or less. The basket is also removable. The rolling walker should never be used as a wheel chair as injury may occur. The height of the walker is fully adjustable. Always make sure your walker is fully opened before each use. The brakes lock by pulling down on the brake handles and making sure they click into the locked position. Always lock the brakes before attempting to be seated. Never use the walker to pull or lift yourself up as it may roll even when in the locked position. I find that the 6" inch wheels allow the walker to roll very easily on tile, and concrete. When on carpet or grass I was also able to roll forward and backwards very easily, but I recommend being more cautious on rugs and in the yard. I found the Medline Rolling Walker to be very durable, comfortable, and very easy and helpful to use. Great product, but to avoid injury make sure to fully read "All" instructions and cautions provided to you in your manual. .
This Steel Rolling Walker by Medline is a MUST for anyone that needs a walker. First, it comes in a box with very little assembly required. I had no trouble following the directions that come with it and yet it took me only approximately 10 minutes to put together. I received a burgundy walker to review and I love the color. The frame itself has a lifetime warranty. This walker supports up to 350 pounds. It also has easy grip brakes for added safety. It has a curved padded backrest for added comfort and it folds for hassle free storage. The front wheels are swivel front which for someone using a walker is priceless. This walker is extremely easy to maneuver and when you need to rest you can take a seat, which is also padded, and rest your back on the backrest. This awesome Walker also has a bag underneath the seat so if you must go out to get your medication you have a place to carry it. The handgrips also make this the perfect most comfortable Walker to use. If someone you know needs a Walker, please get them this Walker. I had the standard walker they give you in the hospital but once I got home, it wasn't easy to push on the carpet. I had to take my medication but couldn't carry them back to my recliner and by the time I made it to the kitchen, I had to sit down and there was nowhere to sit. This Walker is a MUST for anyone that needs a Walker! There are not any cons to owning this Walker.
Burgundy Medline steel rolling walker
I ordered the burgundy steel rolling walker. It took only 10 minutes to assemble it with my son helping. It doesn't require tools, which makes assembly easy. I've been using around my house because I have arthritis; this has been very useful for those tough days. It rolls around very easily on my hardwood and carpeted floors. The swivel front wheels which are made of rubber makes transitioning easy around the house. The back wheels do not swivel but it makes the walker more stable There is a storage bin under the seat if I ever need to use the steel walker outside of the house. However, its a little cumbersome to lift. The frame of this walker can support the weight of a person up to 350 pounds according to manual included. Additionally, the Medline walker has brakes, a curved padded back rest for sitting and folds for travel and storage. I like the features that this walker has because it makes the walker convenient to use. This walker is great for providing instant mobility, support and safety. There is a manual included which elaborates more of the individual functions of the Medline walker. This instructions gives information for maintenance or upkeep of the walker. One example is periodically checking to making sure nuts and bolts are secure. I would recommend because it's very functional for me.
Easy Transitioning From Cane To Medline Rollator
Eagerly awaited the delivery of this complimentary Medline Basic Steel Rollator to set-up, run through its paces, and review. Have been trying for months to convince my Significant Other that a wheeled walker would provide her much more stability and safety then using just the walking cane alone. Additionally, the cane frequently adds stress to her wrist, lower arm, elbow, and shoulder, which can expose her to dangerous falls. Important advantages of this Medline wheeled walker is that it allows her to use both hands, which distributes a significant amount of her body weight for greater balance and allows her to walk more smoothly and farther. It even has a padded seat, which enables her to stop and rest, along with a padded backrest. Both hand brakes lock easily in the downward position (they click when locked) for sitting, and, there is a washable, removable bag with Velcro ties for under-seat storage. The handlebars are fully adjustable. The frame is high strength steel, which will support a capacity of three hundred fifty pounds, and carries a lifetime warranty. Most other wheeled walkers are made of aluminum and have far less weight capacity. The Medline Rollator has four, six-inch, non-marking, polyurethane wheels. The walker can be utilized indoors or outdoors. It has a simple strap for folding adjacent to the right of the padded seat. However, it can be moved to the left-hand side, if preferred. Simply pull the strap and the unit folds for convenient storage in your car's back seat or trunk. According to the manufacturer this Medline Rollator only weighs seventeen pounds, making it very easy to fold and transport. To unfold, push down on the handlebars and lock the frame into position when ready for walking. Darlene will actually be using this Medline Rollator to transition from frequent walking cane use to 'as-needed'. Since a wheeled walker cannot be used to go up or down stairs, curbs, unlevel and, or, rough terrain, she will always need to have her cane along too. TIPS: For added safety at night time I added a battery operated, LED bicycle light fastened to the vertical handlebar frame. For added mobility I added self-adhesive, Velcro tie wraps to the other side of the frame for securing a walking cane in place. This unit does not come with a cane holder or light. However, these items are readily available at your local Walmart, where I purchased them. The Medline Basic Steel Rollator came securely packaged with the parts needed for assembly protected in bubble wrap. It took me ten minutes to thoroughly read the assembly and operating instructions. Then, another fifteen minutes to set up and correctly adjust the height of the handlebars. NO tools are necessary. Medline provides a booklet in the box, which explains the assembly and maintenance in detail along with ample pictures for even more clarity. I am very pleased with this Medline Basic Steel Rollator, and am confident that this unit in the long run will keep her safer and allow her to more mobile. Highly recommend this unit to anyone now utilizing a walking cane alone or in need of greater mobility.
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