R-10215BL-1

Drive Go-Lite Bariatric Steel Rollator

Color
Blue
Red
  • Approximate user height: 5'8"-6'6"
  • Height adjustments: 34"-39"
  • Strong reinforced steel frame
  • Includes large removable basket
  • Soft, padded, oversized seat with removable backrest
  • Weighs: 26 lbs.
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs.

The Go-Lite Bariatric Steel Rollator by Drive Medical offers all the features of the standard Go-Lite Rollator at a larger size that can support more weight. Manufactured from sturdy reinforced steel, this heavy duty rollator is strong and durable while still being lightweight and easy to use. The Go-Lite rollator features large 8” casters for easy maneuverability indoors and out, making it the perfect walking aid to use anywhere and anytime. The padded seat lifts to reveal a large removable basket. For added flexibility of use, the padded backrest is easy to remove without tools. The special Drive loop-lock handbrakes are made of internal aluminum, which operates easily and ensures stability. The handles are height adjustable to fit the needs of almost any user.

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS 30"W x 29"D x 34-39"H
Warranty

Limited Lifetime Warranty on rollator

Manufacturer Drive Medical
Manufacturer Item Code 10215BL-1, 10215RD-1
Weight Capacity 401-500 lbs
Weight Capacity Range 500 lbs.
Item Weight 21-30 lbs
Height Max. 39"
Upholstery Color Black
Overall Width 30.5"
Width Between Arms/Handles 22"
Style With Carry Basket
Wheel Size 8"
Size Bariatric Adult
Product Weight 26 lbs.
Seat Height 22"
Seat Dimensions 18"W x 13"D
Braking Style Loop
Wheels Four
UPC Code 822383100647, 822383100654
Foldable 149

Customer Reviews

Based on 54 reviews
59%
(32)
22%
(12)
7%
(4)
7%
(4)
4%
(2)
T
T.
Some good points, some bad points.

I wanted to like this walker, I really did. It's a walker for us bigger folk (6', 265 lbs.). It allows me to walk taller; is wide enough that I don't hit my feet on the rear wheels; and I can get into and out of the seat as well as sit comfortably.

Now for the bad. The brakes are marginal at best. The narrow brake shoe pressed against a narrow wheel tread results in such a small contact area that the brakes slip easily - even when they are locked. The narrow wheel tread also means that the wheels will slide - with the brakes locked - across most smooth surfaces; even some rough surfaces like the fine gravel on a rail trail.

When I lock the brakes to try to sit on the seat, I either have to have my wife stabilize it or put it against a wall to prevent it from moving away from under me. Final knock is that it will not fit through most residential doors under 36" wide. I have another walker that I use indoors.

Would I buy this again? I dunno. I can use it outdoors and in the mall, provided I'm really careful. You'll have to judge for yourself.

I
I.B.L.
My new rollator

Satisfied with so far -The only thing is it appears to be a little wider, so have some trouble getting it through my apartment door ways Irene L

F
F.C.

Very satisfied with product. Everything you advertised.

P
P.M.
Give it one more try

This is the fourth walker of this type to see if maybe this one will hold up from daily use. All three previous ones have had wheel issues and broke within a short time. The last one broke after three days. This unit has been reported and a new one shipped... however did not receive it in time to take on a 3 week trip. House sitter verified that it arrived today, two days after we left for our trip. Am having to us an old walker that is a clunker. Unit is heavy, doesn’t fold easy, has an uncomfortable seat, and horizontal brace doesn’t allow for sitting for any length of time with a good feel. Have used other brands of rollators that were much more comfortable. Last try to use this Drive model, if this breaks I won’t be getting another, regardless of warranty.

L
L.G.
Damaged product

I called because the walker was damaged. I have e-mailed photo of the damage and have been told that the manufacturer will not process a claim. This is wrong. I spent money to buy a wslker for my husband who is disabled and am now out the 140.00. Reporting this to my credit card and also the better business bureau if a replacement is not issued or I receive a refund.

Customer Reviews

Based on 54 reviews
59%
(32)
22%
(12)
7%
(4)
7%
(4)
4%
(2)
T
T.
Some good points, some bad points.

I wanted to like this walker, I really did. It's a walker for us bigger folk (6', 265 lbs.). It allows me to walk taller; is wide enough that I don't hit my feet on the rear wheels; and I can get into and out of the seat as well as sit comfortably.

Now for the bad. The brakes are marginal at best. The narrow brake shoe pressed against a narrow wheel tread results in such a small contact area that the brakes slip easily - even when they are locked. The narrow wheel tread also means that the wheels will slide - with the brakes locked - across most smooth surfaces; even some rough surfaces like the fine gravel on a rail trail.

When I lock the brakes to try to sit on the seat, I either have to have my wife stabilize it or put it against a wall to prevent it from moving away from under me. Final knock is that it will not fit through most residential doors under 36" wide. I have another walker that I use indoors.

Would I buy this again? I dunno. I can use it outdoors and in the mall, provided I'm really careful. You'll have to judge for yourself.

I
I.B.L.
My new rollator

Satisfied with so far -The only thing is it appears to be a little wider, so have some trouble getting it through my apartment door ways Irene L

F
F.C.

Very satisfied with product. Everything you advertised.

P
P.M.
Give it one more try

This is the fourth walker of this type to see if maybe this one will hold up from daily use. All three previous ones have had wheel issues and broke within a short time. The last one broke after three days. This unit has been reported and a new one shipped... however did not receive it in time to take on a 3 week trip. House sitter verified that it arrived today, two days after we left for our trip. Am having to us an old walker that is a clunker. Unit is heavy, doesn’t fold easy, has an uncomfortable seat, and horizontal brace doesn’t allow for sitting for any length of time with a good feel. Have used other brands of rollators that were much more comfortable. Last try to use this Drive model, if this breaks I won’t be getting another, regardless of warranty.

L
L.G.
Damaged product

I called because the walker was damaged. I have e-mailed photo of the damage and have been told that the manufacturer will not process a claim. This is wrong. I spent money to buy a wslker for my husband who is disabled and am now out the 140.00. Reporting this to my credit card and also the better business bureau if a replacement is not issued or I receive a refund.

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