It does not protrude out very far in front of user as the Crocodile walker does and the height of the walker is locked in place with push pins rather than and adjustable slide bar as the Crocodile walker does. Two of Main Reasons I Purchased this walker
The screws and bolts are not very trustworthy of staying in place and their protrusion on the outside of the walker inhibit its narrowness to enter small doorways ect. The seat does not fold up completely out of the way of the user therefor when walking the seat rubs against legs/back as they walk and its tension is not tight enough to keep it folded up when walking, it easily folds down when in motion.
penny s. from dunlap, tn (caregiver)
My 21 year old son whom has Angelman Syndrome. Is very active and still in school.