ST-4300-BW

EZ Fold-N-Go Walker

Color
Black Walnut
Regal Rose
Cobalt Blue
  • Approximate user height: 4'10" - 6'8"
  • Height adjustments: 32" - 38.5"
  • World's smallest folding walker for stress-free travel
  • 6" wheels and small base allows for easy maneuvering
  • New and improved swivel and locking wheels
  • Folds easily for storage and transport
  • Weighs: 8 lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs

Introducing the new Stander EZ Fold & Go Walker, the world's most lightweight and portable walker for stress free traveling! With just the lift of a finger, this wheeled walker folds 4x smaller than your average walker, allowing you to quickly store it in your car, shopping cart, or airplane overhead compartment. The walker weighs less than 8 lbs and has the capacity to support up to 400 lbs.

The EZ Fold & Go Walker has a small base and 6" swivel casters that allow the walker to easily fit through narrow doorways and tight spaces.

This two-wheeled walker has a height adjustment from 32" to 38.5" to fit anyone from 4'10" to 6'8". Users will also appreciate the included organizer pouch as they run errands or take a stroll in the park. The EZ Fold & Go Walker is available in three stylish colors: Black Walnut, Regal Rose, and Cobalt Blue.



Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including DEHP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, please visit the Prop 65 website.

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS 32-38.5" x 25.5" x 21.5"
Manufacturer Item Code 4300-CB, 4300-RR, 4300-BW
Weight Capacity 400 lbs
Overall Width 25.5"
Width Between Arms/Handles 18"
Wheel Size 6"
Product Weight 8 lbs
UPC Code 897564000030, 897564000054, 897564000047

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
30%
(10)
33%
(11)
24%
(8)
3%
(1)
9%
(3)
N
N.
Treacherous

I purchased this rollator approximately 8 months ago and I'm just getting around to enter my review. Do not buy. It is one of the worst rollator assistive devices I have ever purchased. try walking down a ramp with it or walking down the hill or on concrete or blacktop ,forget it. The handles alone with their 90�� straight out angle absolutely killed my wrist.the makers are very short-sighted no brakes and they should have had two back wheels not those stupid little sliders. The handles need to be ergonomic as well. The makers made their money and provided little for it. Think twice before buying this.

H
H.r.
Folding ability oft his walker fits well on my Harley trike.

Works well with a leg brace, wheels are large. Only con is the rear brace strikes your leg when you don't wear the leg brace'

J
J.
Works pretty well

Folds and opens easily. Not too heavy for my wife to handle and take out of car

N
N.o.t.g.
Needs improvement, okay for flat surfaces

Would be a great Walker if Wheels were on the back and brakes were added. I've read all the other glowing comments that were written about this Walker and I have sincere doubts about who wrote them. In order to walk on concrete or Blacktop it does not slide you need to lift and move. Also don't waste a dime on getting those slide covers. Both pairs I bought broke and ripped apart on only two uses. I would have expected better quality.

T
T.t.w.u.i.n.
Good for outside

Doctors visits, luncheons. Pros- Uber easy, lightweight.
Suggestions: tell the customer to order the back ski socks when ordering Walker. Rough to slide on wood, laminate flooring. Need to lift to push without the socks. Not hard just unexpected. Too bad they haven't improved product to have brakes and back wheels. Then it would be perfect! Still way less bulky than standard products on market. In 2018 I would expect more higher version products to be on the market for people. Nothing has really changed in over 60 years which is quite sad considering our technological advancements

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
30%
(10)
33%
(11)
24%
(8)
3%
(1)
9%
(3)
N
N.
Treacherous

I purchased this rollator approximately 8 months ago and I'm just getting around to enter my review. Do not buy. It is one of the worst rollator assistive devices I have ever purchased. try walking down a ramp with it or walking down the hill or on concrete or blacktop ,forget it. The handles alone with their 90�� straight out angle absolutely killed my wrist.the makers are very short-sighted no brakes and they should have had two back wheels not those stupid little sliders. The handles need to be ergonomic as well. The makers made their money and provided little for it. Think twice before buying this.

H
H.r.
Folding ability oft his walker fits well on my Harley trike.

Works well with a leg brace, wheels are large. Only con is the rear brace strikes your leg when you don't wear the leg brace'

J
J.
Works pretty well

Folds and opens easily. Not too heavy for my wife to handle and take out of car

N
N.o.t.g.
Needs improvement, okay for flat surfaces

Would be a great Walker if Wheels were on the back and brakes were added. I've read all the other glowing comments that were written about this Walker and I have sincere doubts about who wrote them. In order to walk on concrete or Blacktop it does not slide you need to lift and move. Also don't waste a dime on getting those slide covers. Both pairs I bought broke and ripped apart on only two uses. I would have expected better quality.

T
T.t.w.u.i.n.
Good for outside

Doctors visits, luncheons. Pros- Uber easy, lightweight.
Suggestions: tell the customer to order the back ski socks when ordering Walker. Rough to slide on wood, laminate flooring. Need to lift to push without the socks. Not hard just unexpected. Too bad they haven't improved product to have brakes and back wheels. Then it would be perfect! Still way less bulky than standard products on market. In 2018 I would expect more higher version products to be on the market for people. Nothing has really changed in over 60 years which is quite sad considering our technological advancements

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