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Nova Walker - Cruiser II
Nova Walker - Cruiser II
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The Nova Cruiser II Adult Walker Is Ideal for Beginners.

It has 5" wheels and rear rubber tips to prevent the walker from rolling away. It helps establish a natural walking pattern.

Optional Ski Glides are Available.

• Rear Rubber Tips for Safety
Flexible Backrest | Comfort While Seated
• Adjustable-Height | Easy-To-Grip Design
• Sturdy Construction - 250 Lb. Capacity
• Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Manufacturer Nova Medical
HCPCS Code E0143 & E0156
Handles Width:15 ½ in. | Height Adjusts: 32 – 35 ½”
Backrest Soft Flexible Material
Flip-Up Seat Dimensions 13 ¾ x13 " (WxD) | Height Adjusts: 19-25½"
Wheels 5-Inch Dia. | Fixed
Brakes Weight Activated
Under Seat Pouch 9 ¾ x 14 ½ x 6 ½”
Unit Dimensions 36 ½ -41 ¼ x21 ½ x10 ½ " (W x D x H)
Weight 10 lb.
Weight-Bearing Capacity 250 lb.
Approximate User Height 5'3" - 6'0"
Warning California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.
Features Benefits
Front Wheels - 5" Fixed Added Stability and Safety
Height-Adjustable Handles Comfortable Customized Fit
Backrest - Soft Flexible Material Comfort | Convenience
Weight Activated Brakes Safety - Control
Light-weight - Weighs Only 10 lbs. Easy to Handle & Transport
Strong Durable Frame 250 lb. Weight-Bearing Capacity
Warranty Limited Lifetime: Frame, Hand Brake: 5yrs, All Other: 1 yr
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