Aluminum Two-Button Release Folding Junior Walker With 5″ Wheels
The Two Wheel Aluminum Walker (Junior)
Two Wheel Aluminum Walker (Junior) Two-Button Release Folding Walkers provide maximum strength in a lightweight aluminum design, all backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Ample height adjustment options coupled with a two-button folding mechanism make Two Wheel Folding Walkers easy to use and accommodating to the most demanding patient needs. Supports patient weights up to 300 pounds.
- Attractive, Two Wheel Aluminum Walker (Junior) lightweight aluminum frame.
- Adjustable height settings.
- The easy-to-use push-button folding mechanism provides an audible click when locked.
- The front cross brace near the top of the walker allows for full stride.
- Each side operates independently to allow easy movement through narrow spaces and greater stability while standing.
- Vinyl contoured hand grip for added comfort and long-lasting wear.
- The rear glide cap allows for the walker to slide easily and smoothly over most surfaces (come standard on models with 5″ wheels).
- Folds flat for transport and storage.
5″ Two Wheel Aluminum Walker for Junior with Two-Button Release Folding Design
Walkers | General Information
Two Wheel Aluminum Walker (Junior) Walker Types, Features, and Maintenance.
Walkers are frames designed for people (elderly, disabled, or recovering from surgery) who need additional support and stability while walking. Most walkers are made from lightweight metal such as aluminum. Walkers are adjustable to accommodate the height of the user. It can fold for easy storage.
Types of Walkers
There are two main types of walkers:
Standard and Two-wheel.
Standard Walkers are the most basic type of walker available. The user needs to pick up the walker to move. It is the best product to travel with short distances or if stability is the main concern. People who have a tendency to fall forward will find this type of walker most useful. Most standard walkers are foldable for easy storage or stowing in a car for traveling.
Two-wheel Walkers have casters on the front two legs and rubber tips on the rear legs. The user can put his/her weight on the walker while moving and the rubber tip legs prevent the walker from rolling.
Walker ProBasics Two Wheel Walker (Junior) Features
Frame – Most walker frames are made from 1″ aluminum tubing and are lightweight. The height of the walker can usually be adjusted by 5″–10″ depending on the model.
Grips – Grips are located on either side of the walker. They are generally made from plastic, foam or other soft materials like gel. If the manufacturer’s supplied grip isn’t comfortable, It can be replaced with one that is. For people with hands that have a tendency to sweat.
A soft or foam grip might work better. Larger grips are good for people with arthritis or with other issues with grasping.
Wheels – The wheels or the “casters” on a two-wheel walker are normally 3″–5″ and do not swivel.
Inspect the walker regularly. Take a note of anything that looks worn or broken. Make sure that when the walker is unfolded, the sides click into place. If they don’t, or if something looks worn or broken. You can get it inspected by an expert right away.
Cleaning – Simply clean the walker with soap and water.
|Width Inside Hand Grips
|Width Inside Base Legs
|Depth Opened at Base
|Patient Height Range
||Junior: 4’4″ – 5’7″
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