Innovative upright walker design to provide the user with an ergonomically correct posture. Arrives fully assembled.
LifeWalker Mobility Products
(Model No. HS200)
More Information on the UPWalker
Love being able to walk upright
Ease of folding and unfolding
zena z. from marina, ca
70 yrs old, 2 kinds of arthritis, diabetes and other health issues
Hard to sit down with arm rests in the way, even with...
Strength of materials-(looks sturdy),and able to walk standing straight and look forward not down.
Hard to sit with arm rests in the way, even with poles raised up to highest level.
leila darlene b. from north east, pa
female, 5', 250#, Difficulty Walking more than 50' even with supplement O2, use daily inhaler and emergency inhaler, arthritis
Very secure and safe. Would recommend
very good strength
jim c. from brook park, oh
It is difficult to control in a 30 mph crosswind.
Provides me good support for walking regarding my my lower back pains.
Steering - It is difficult to control in a 30 mph crosswind.
george s. from hampton, va
73, good physical condition, bad lower back pain, tries for 1 mile walk daily. I have the UPWalker set on 16. It is difficult to control in a 30 mph c
The UpWalker will help you to stand up straight and lend...
Standing up straight when walking is the main strength of this product. It has good stability, and it gives you a secure feeling. You can carry things from room to room on the ample seat which is a big plus. The quality is excellent; It will obviously last a good, long time. It is beneficial for developing muscle strength in the areas of the body used for normal walking. These areas are not used as much by disabled people.
The advantage to "hunching" over a standard walker is that you can easily transfer the majority of your weight onto the device. This is not so easy to do on the UpWalker without raising the shoulders, which the directions say not to do. It is not easy to maneuver in small spaces, and this will be a great disadvantage to people who have pronounced weakness.
janice m. from chestnut ridge, ny
I'm disabled, and I use a lot of assistive devices including leg braces, walkers, scooters, canes, grab bars, and a wheelchair.
Lowering arm support
Removing upper brace each time
norbert g. from saucier, ms
Arthritis which is service connected to military service
While this is a very good walker, the arm rests could use a...
elissa a. from monument, co
None so far noted
linda i. from sparrows point, md
My wife had given up on walking and she rode her scooter...
Being able to stand up and to be able to support herself with her arms.
I don’t think that there’s any weakness with the Up Walker.
glenn r. from midway, ky (caregiver)
A great product
Quality of materials, overall design
the biggest weakness of this product is its weight, when you have back issues trying to lift it up to get in back of an suv can be challenging, its big (even folded) and its difficult to liftl
michael d. from granbury, tx
I am 70+ year old with back issues who has a history of falling
I can walk looking ahead instead of bent over . Greet people Easy to load in car
Some difficulty sitting and then standing. Upwalker lite has to be extended to the maximum level for my height. There is some wobble in the arm rests.
wesley y. from ft walton beach, fl
The UpWalker Lite has improved my son's life.
Enabled my son to improve his posture, balance, and safety from falls especially in the home
After using it for a month I find there are no weaknesses.
mary linda j. from stephenville, tx (caregiver)
My son has Dystonia in both feet with Parkinson's Disease with no cure for the Dystonia. Product works well for him in the home, great seat for him.