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helen d r. from fairfax, va
Nerve damage in leg resulting from spine surgeries.
Was easy to assemble.
Both the seat and the backrest bar are too hard. The backrest bar is downright uncomfortable.
Reviewed on 04/05/2017
lynn k. from hudsonville, mi
I have post-polio syndrome and have had a hard time regaining strength after a broken leg.
Adjustable legs make it more comfortable. Lightweight and easy to maneuver.
Reviewed on 03/31/2017
edward k. from chandler, az
My wife age 68, degenerative back disability.
Wheels are great, rolls very easily, strong build, looks good too.
Not easy to fold up and need a clip to keep it folded closed, as my wife try's to put it in the car it's keeps unfolding and opening up!
Reviewed on 02/09/2017
john f. from hemet, ca
I'm a 78 year old male double amputee below the knees and I wear advanced prosthetics to facilitate walking with my DRIVE. Rollator adjustable walke
It's lightness and seat adjustment features are superbly better than most rollators.
The four wheels could be slightly higher by 2 inches and wider by 1/2 to 1 inch for better stability while walking on slightly tilted surfaces and cracks, bumps or potholes that are more than an inch in dimension.
Reviewed on 06/02/2016
marsha w. from bloomington, in (caregiver)
Mother who just broke her hip
Folding for transport
Reviewed on 12/06/2015
donna p. from houston, tx (caregiver)
72 years young with difficulty walking and balance
Strong, lightweight enough to fold and put into my car. Also, large wheels for indoor and out of doors use.
One of the screws was a little hard to screw into place because the soddering at the joint was a little too thick.
Reviewed on 10/21/2015
jackie h. from needville, tx (caregiver)
The user is 85 years old and has a weakness in her legs.
Lightweight and easily maneuvered.
Reviewed on 10/19/2015
david j. from conroe, tx (caregiver)
My wife has just had a hip replacement, so she uses it as her walker. She likes it a lot especially the seat feature.
Adjustable handle heights, the seat and basket feature, and the locking brakes.
Reviewed on 05/15/2015
john o. from palmdale, ca (caregiver)
61 year old has Guillian Bare Syndrome
The easy use of it!
Reviewed on 10/04/2014
edder a. from fairfax, va (caregiver)
81 year old grandmother, she cannot walk on her own.
The brake wire on one side of the roller was lose and not secured. It could get tangled with furniture and cause a fall.
Reviewed on 06/22/2014