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Rollator - Drive Adjustable Height
Rollator - Drive Adjustable Height
Drive RTL10261 - Rollator with Adjustable Seat-Height (Shown in Blue)Optional Mobility LightOptional Cup Holder
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This Drive Medical Aluminum Rollator Has an Adjustable Seat Height and 6" Wheels to Accomadate any User.

KEY FEATURES:
• Adjustable Seat Height 18-22 Inches
• Lightweight, Aluminum Frame
• Seamless Padded Seat
• Removeable, Padded Backrest
• Ergonomic - Height Adjustable Handles   
• Comes With Removable Carry Pouch
• Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Specifications
Manufacturer Drive Medical
HCPCS Code E0143/E0156
Handles Width: 24 in. | Adjustable Height: 29½ - 38 in.
Backrest Removable
6-Inch Wheels Maneuverability on Most Terrain
Brakes Serrated - Added Safety
Unit Dimensions 24 x 27 in. (Width x Depth)
Seat Dimensions 13 x 12 in. (WxD) | Height Adjusts:18-22 in.
Weight 14 lb.
Weight-Bearing Capacity 300 lb.
Features Benefits
Adjustable Height Seat Comfort - Durability - Convenience
Backrest - Easily Folded or Removed Convenience
Height-Adjustable Handles Comfortable Customized Fit
Removable Zippered Carry Pouch Safely & Conveniently Store Personal Items
6 Inch Wheels Stability on Indoor & Outdoor Use
Convenient Locking Brakes Safety
Brake Cable Runs Inside Frame Added Safety
Strong Durable Frame 300 lb. Weight-Bearing Capacity
Available Accessories Cup Holder | Light
Light-weight - Weighs Only 14 lbs. Easy to Handle & Transport
Limited Life-Time Warranty Peace Of Mind
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