This revolutionary 4 wheel rollator has many features found nowhere else! Weighing in at only 11 lbs., it is one of the lightest rolling walker available. The adjustable seat height accommodates users 4'10" to 6'2" – the widest height range of any 4-wheel rollator. This allows the Ultralight Rollator to serve as both a standard and a junior rollator. The four 6" wheels make it easy to traverse over most obstacles found indoors and out, such as door thresholds, grass, and bumps in pavement. With a high end bag under the seat and water resistant pouch, this lightweight rollator is ready to take you and your belongings wherever you want to go.
Too small for me. I needed heavy duty and larger unit. Check size before ordering.
Very satisfied. Easy to assemble.
Very easy to load & unload in a vehicle.
Seems as strong as heavier walkers
Bought this for my 90 yo petite aunt. She is still independent and spunky. It is easy to lift with a good price. However, with no locking mechanism when folded, my aunt cannot get it into her car by herself. It simply won't stay folded. Since she still drives, she is limited in its use.
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Just the right heigh and lite weight easy to handle. Was a good price also. Love it Thanks!
Had the best combination of features for what my stepmom needed
We settled on this rollator after looking at lots of options. In the first place, all the fancier rollators were heavier and the folding mechanisms (reaching way down into the basket to pull up on a strap) were not working for my stepmom. She has severe arthritis and other problems in her shoulders and could not muster the strength necesary to fold them up. Even if she could-the sheer weight of those rollators meant she could not pick them up to put into her car. This rollator being half the weight of those others meant that she could handle folding it up and picking it up to put into her car. Also, there was quite a bit of flexibility in how to adjust the seat height and overall height of the walker. This meant that she could have the handles at a comfortable height even though she is less than 5 foot tall. (We had looked at 'junior rollators' but those were so narrow, she would not have the room to sit down on them).
Our two major complaints with this model:
1) No way to lock the rollator in the closed position. I am going to experiment with getting some mini bungee cords and hopefully figure out a way to keep it closed. (But I think Medline could have figured out a way to secure it in the locked position by adding their own $5 worth of hardware).
2) The basket underneath is bulky and interferes with closing the rollator. I actually bought two separate bags on Amazon-one to place over the back rest and another to put under the seat in place of the Medline and they are working well.