A folding aluminium A-frame walker with a padded seat and basket. The handle height is adjustable and the brakes are of a bicycle style which can be applied temporarily or locked in position. The front two wheels swivel while the two rear wheels are fixed in position. Only one size available.
Extra product information
Solid rubber tyres.
Removable bag and basket.
To fold the walking frame, pull the handgrip located within the bag.
Refer to the manufacturer and supplier manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
This item should be trialled in the user's own environment to ensure maximum safety and independence. Environmental considerations include eg: kerbs, footpaths, tram and railway crossings, street crossings, etc.
Walking frame brakes
Push down brakes activate by pushing down on the handles or by sitting on the seat. Cable Brakes activate by squeezing the brake handle towards the hand grip (e.g. similar to bicycle brakes). They can be applied temporarily or locked into position. Castor brakes are activated by pushing the lever down with your foot.
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Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Base: Base
- Height of Seat from Ground 560 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 130 kg
- Weight Overall 7 kg
- Depth of Seat 360 mm
- Height of Handle 840 mm - 970 mm
- Width of Seat 450 mm
- Diameter of Castor 175 mm (Also available with 150.00mm castors)
- Number of wheels 4 units
- Height Overall
- Depth Overall
- Width Overall 650 mm
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Walking frame seat:
Walking frame brakes:
- bicycle style squeeze brakes
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