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Stand-Up Walker - RENTAL MODEL (Deposit)
Stand-Up Walker - RENTAL MODEL (Deposit)
URise Stand-Up Walker Features
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Rental Stand-Up Walker by U-Rise

$20/week rent drops to $10 Per Week after first four weeks (when ordered in advance).

The U-Rise Stand Up Walker is an innovative two-in-one mobility aid with the benefits of a traditional walker plus a stand-assist aid so the user can independently rise from a seated position. 

Ball grips are pushed down to help the user stand up from a seated position. Once the user is standing, U-Rise becomes a walker with comfortable pistol grips, front leg wheels and rear leg ski glides.

Regain your independence as you recover from back, hip, or knee surgery with the U-Rise Stand Up Walker.
  • Stand Assist Device or Standard Walker
  • Easy-to-use levers to lower the walker
  • Adjustable telescoping arms with collars
  • 6" Front Wheels, Rear leg Ski Glides 
  • Folds easily for transport
  • Height-adjustable
  • Two width options (18 and 22 Inches)
  • Three color options
  • Rent by the week (4-week minimum)
  • Walkers are in Like-New Condition
  • Security Deposit - Reimbursed on Return
  • Walker Ships Same or Next Day
  • Free Delivery
  • Not eligible for other coupons or discounts.
Stand-Up Walker USER GUIDE

Prefer to Buy? See Stand-up Walker For Sale.

1Select Rent Period & Click Add-to-Cart
2) We will send a Rental Agreement to you.
3) Return Rental agreement. (Must be returned before we can ship).
Price Shown = Rent Deposit Only. Scroll down to select rent period.
Handle Widths Optional: 18 or 22 Inches
Height Adjustable
Wheels 6-Inch Front | Rear Ski Glides
Weight-Bearing Capacity 400 Lbs.
Weight 10.5 lbs.
Manufacturer URise
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