23.42"W x 27.16"L x 29.53"-39.37"H (Standard)
23.42"W x 27.16"L x 25.6"-31.5"H (Low)
2 year warranty on the frame only
|Manufacturer Item Code||D1559201, D1559202|
|Weight Capacity||301-400 lbs|
|Weight Capacity Range||330 lbs.|
|Item Weight||21-30 lbs|
|Height||Max: 39.37" (Standard) or 31.5" (Low)|
|Width Between Arms/Handles||17.72"|
|Style||With Carry Pouch|
|Product Weight||16.53 lbs.|
|Seat Height||Low - 20", Standard - 23.5"|
|Seat Dimensions||14" x 8"|
|Return Restocking Fee||50%|
Introducing the new Dolomite Jazz Rollator, a great rollator for active individuals. This new style of the Dolomite Jazz features a new frame that allows for side to side folding. This side to side folding mechanism is much easier to use than the previous model - all you have to do is pull the folding strap that's located behind the seat plate, and then push the handles inward. The seat plate and the included rollator basket will fold along with the rollator - no need to remove the basket!
The new frame also features an ergonomic design that lets you take a better, more natural position for yourself while using the rollator - this increases the comfort of the user. Plus, the gait area on the new Jazz Rollator is a little bigger than the previous model (214"; vs 203 in"). The handles are also in a better position to promote better posture, and they have been moved 7 centimeters away from the seat plate to better prevent your knees from bumping against the seat while walking.
The braking system on the New Dolomite Jazz Rollator are very efficient and easier to use. For example, the new braking system takes less force from the user to fully apply the brakes. Plus, for better safety and a sleeker appearance, the braking cables are fully integrated into the rollator's frame.
We purchased two Jazz rollators for our elders, who find them to be far superior to any other walker they had tried.
great for restaurants...folds up out of the way.
I use this product when ever I am shopping. Basket holds 2 six packs.
After losing a hip I moved from wheelchair to 2-wheeled walker to now 4 wheels. Seems very sturdy and adaptable as my gait changes (as I put more weight on my hip-free leg). I like the smaller frame- -seems more controllable. Other reviewers mentioned problems with the basket staying in place, so I added a bungee cord. It folds very easily and fits into the back seat of a Subaru Impreza. My only complaint is that the instruction book was in several languages, none of them English. Good pictures though.
I LOVE this walker!! When getting on the bus, I fold up my walker to get between 2 wheelchairs and am able to keep my balance. Unlike with the others that fold in the other direction,they struggle to pass through and are unbalanced.