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Walker - Heavy Duty - ProBasics
Walker - Heavy Duty - ProBasics
Heavy Duty Rear Wheels
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Probasics Heavy-Duty Bariatric Folding Walker

This item is a Bariatric Two-Button Steel Folding Walker with Optional Dual Wheels

FEATURES:

  • Heavy Duty Weight Capacity - 600 lbs.
  • Easy-to-use push button mechanisms
  • Front cross-brace height allows for full stride
  • Each side independent - for narrow spaces
  • Side bars height-adjust - for added support
  • Vinyl contoured hand grips - added comfort
  • Attractive, easy-to-clean aluminum frame
  • Powder-coated steel frame

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Price is for a Single Walker
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Specifications
Walker Height Height Adjusts: 32 to 39 in.
Width Inside Hand Grips 21.5 Inches
User Height Range (estimated) 5' 2" to 6' 4"
Weight-Bearing Capacity 600 lbs.
Weight 13½ lbs.
Folded Depth 4½ inches
Optional Wheels Dual 5” Walker Wheel Kit (Bariatric)
HCPCS* Code: E0148 (without wheels) E0148 (without wheels)
Manufacturer ProBasics
Features Benefits
Extra Strong, Durable Frame 600 lbs. Weight-Bearing Capacity
Optional 5-inch Dual Wheels More Suitable for Outdoor Surfaces
Large Push-Button Mechanisms Easy-to-Use
Adjustable Height Comfortable Customized Fit
Each Side Operates Independently Easy to Move Thru Narrow Spaces - Stability
Fold Flat for Transport and Storage Convenient for Transport and Storage
Warranty - Frame:Limited Lifetime | Parts:1 Year Non-Durable Components: 6-Month Warranty
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