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5 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
My mom loved it. I thought it might be too big to manuver around the house, but was pleasantly mistaken. It's both a great walker & a great chair.
Although I thought the Hugo Navigator was just great, my 90 year old mother did not. She thought it was too big and bulky although we explained that it was because it was dual purpose. I found it easy to maneuver as a chair and for storage. My mother had no difficulty using it as a walker. It's a great idea. Currently, when we go out, we have to choose either using my mother's current roller walker OR renting a wheelchair which then limits her ability to walk at all. The Hugo Navigator would have eliminated the need to make this choice. We had to return it.
This was just what my mom needed for an upcoming cruise. It is very sturdy, very easy to assemble, fold, attach the feet for the wheelchair, and she loves it. It was the right choice.
This is a quality, beautifully made product with heavy chrome, perfect paint and welds to be admired. It is exactly as shown. My 13 year old grandson put most of the walker together within minutes(grandpa helped with the last bit). It is exactly as shown. The seat is exactly the right height for those of us who endure pain getting up or sitting down. The foot rest is in perfect placement to also relieve back pain when using the rollator as a transport. I live on an island off so.TX. Lots of sand and gravelly roads. Walking caused jarring pain with each step with my last walker, not with the navigator! I barely noticed the bumps and walked the neighborhood for the first time in years last night immediately after assembling the walker. I love the security of knowing that when my wanderlust goes beyond my endurance I have a transport chair. During 40 years of going from paralysis to walking with numerous fallbacks I've encountered 100's of health aids. The Navigator is one of a handful I would give an enthusiastic thumbs up to. Thank you Hugo Navigator for the freedom I thought I lost.