The Days Ball Walker is designed to bring stability to those who have difficulty walking independently. The walker is easily foldable and has a lightweight aluminium frame. The walker is height adjustable and has anti-slip rubber tips on all four legs, however ski glides and wheels can also be purchased separately. The maximum user weight for the Days Ball Walker is 125kg.
Height adjustment mechanism
Spring-loaded push button. Depress and hold down the spring-loaded button whilst sliding the extension leg up or down to the desired set of holes. The extension leg height should be determined by the users own height to ensure the most effective and safe position. Make sure the spring-loaded button is fully extended through the desired hole before putting weight on the item.
Spring-loaded push button: depress and hold down the push button whilst folding in the sides of the frame. When unfolding ensure the buttons lock into place. Pull cord: pull upwards on the wooden ball to fold the front and back legs together.
Days (Patterson Medical)/UK
- Days Folding Ball Walker - http://www.pattersonmedical.com.au/mobility-walkers-rollators#/Product/info/JAN-JMC%20BALL%20WALKER
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Days Folding Ball Walker: one model only
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 125 kg
- Height Overall 870 mm - 920 mm
- Width Overall 640 mm (at base)
- Width Internal 350 mm (internal width at top )
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Transport and Dismantling
Walking frame transport:
Walking frame legs:
- height adjustable
- rubber stoppers
Walking frame hand grips:
- height adjustable
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