The Clever-Lite Walker sets itself apart from other wheeled walkers in that it features a seat with a flexible backrest that can flip up or down, so you to rest when needed. Also, this walker has wheels that can be either set to swivel or fixed positions, giving you more control of how you want the walker to roll. Plus, the easy to use loop lock brakes and strong 1" anodized aluminum tubing, make this walker incredibly safe to use. Simply push on the dual lever side paddle releases to fold the walker for conveniently place into a car or storage area.
|PRODUCT DIMENSIONS||26.5"W x 23.5"D x 29-33.5"H (Junior) ; 27"W x 23.25"D x 32-36"H (Adult)|
Limited lifetime warranty on walker frame, lifetime warranty on brake cable
|Manufacturer Item Code||10230J (Junior), 10230 (Adult)|
|Weight Capacity||201-300 lbs|
|Weight Capacity Range||300 lbs.|
|Item Weight||11-20 lbs|
|Overall Width||26.5" (Junior) ; 27" (Adult)|
|Width Between Arms/Handles||19"|
|Product Weight||12.5 lbs. (Junior) ; 13 lbs. (Adult)|
|Seat Height||17.25 - 21.25" (Junior) or 19.25 - 23.5" (Adult)"|
|Seat Dimensions||19" x 11"|
|UPC Code||822383131122 (Junior), 822383111780 (Adult)|
This is the only rolling walker on the market that lets you stand up straight by keeping your weight at your SIDES, not in front of you like every other rollator (which is why you see elderly people everywhere leaning forward on those things, with terrible posture).
Wider than some walkers but very sturdy. Very easy to put into a car since there are no arms sticking out. If not for the extra long cables I would have given 5 stars.
we use it for my mom because it fits in the trunk of our Mustang.
I struggle with this walker and find it exhausting to use. It doesn't turn easily, doesn't roll well on carpet, and feels, as another poster said, like using an unbalanced grocery cart.
Also, the material that the seat is made of is slippery. Everything slides off. I use Velcro ties to hold my purse on top otherwise it land on the ground.
It's difficult to use on uneven surfaces like door thresholds. The idea of the arms folding inwards was good (that's why I bought it) but the walker overall is awkward.
My mom had an aluminum walker that she just sort of carried in front of her through her hallways. She is very happy to now have a Drive rolling walker just like my dad's only meant for someone less than 5'5" tall. It moves and turns so easily on the carpets and folds up when we take her out in the car. The fold down seat has also proven very handy and allows her a place to carry items from room to room. We would recommend this item.