A lightweight non- folding, mobile four wheeled forearm walker. It features a gas assist height adjustment leaver, individual caster brakes along with hand brakes, soft PU multi adjustable arm pads and has a safe working load of 200kg.
Walking frame brakes
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
- Width Overall 700 mm
- Width between Armrests 310 mm - 470 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 200 kg
- Number of wheels 4 units
- Height Overall 905 mm - 1310 mm
- Depth Overall 810 mm
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