- Wheel rims made of durable, easy-to-clean polypropylene.
- Tires made of thermoplastic rubber for increased durability and non-marring feature.
- Both wheels and bearings are corrosion-protected.
- Walker weight limit is 300 lbs.
Independence Medical Walker Wheels - 5", pair
frank w. from san diego, ca (caregiver)
The wheels on my wife's walker were too small and the kept getting caught in every divot and crack. The new bigger wheels work much better.
Supporting the wheels on both sides would be stronger in the event of a stumble.
Reviewed on 07/08/2016
kathleen k. from elgin, il
My wife brought these for me. Male, 75 yrs old 275 lbs. walker came with wheels but wanted another set for use outside.
See above Just brought a scooter from spinlife
Reviewed on 03/13/2016
robert t. from kalamazoo, mi (caregiver)
Reviewed on 02/05/2016
marian c. from st. louis, mo
82 years old, I used my walker at night in my room and to get to the bathroom from my bed.
The size, fit and ease of installation
Reviewed on 07/25/2014
kc s. from san jose, ca
little bit bigger wheels
doesn't roll any better then with the smaller wheels
Reviewed on 08/28/2012
lana f. from westland, mi
Reviewed on 05/25/2012
barbara h. from cedar crest, nm
Bad back and stress fracture of femur has me using a walker for now. Female. Very active 72 years young.
Good quality and ease of assembly
Reviewed on 03/12/2012
barbara b. from sarnia on , canada
I am a senior with balance problems who lives independently.
These fixed wheels worked okay when placed so the wheels were on the outside of the legs.
The wheels were quite tight and difficult to maneuver at first. But after three weeks have eased some.
Reviewed on 08/21/2011
victoria g. from bellevue, ky
65 female w degenerative discs due to arthritis- limited walking without periotic sitting
Reviewed on 05/27/2011
doy p. from mabank, tx (caregiver)
80 yo female....diabetes, parkinson's, dementia, arthritis
Reviewed on 03/21/2011