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Invacare Dual Release Junior Wheeled Walker

  • Approximate user height: 4'4"-5'7"
  • Height adjustments: 26"-32"
  • Composite lower side brace stiffens walker frame to add stability
  • PVC handgrips provide for long wear and comfort
  • 3" fixed front wheels ideal for indoor and outdoor use
  • Weighs: 5 lbs. 1 oz.
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.

The Invacare Junior Dual Paddle Release Walker with 3” fixed wheels features a wide, deep frame with height adjustments from 26” to 32” and a composite lower side brace for added stability. The wheels and glide tips allow the walker to move smoothly over any obstacle, perfect for users who quickly tire of picking up their walker with every step. The paddle release mechanism makes folding and closing the walker easy, ideal for users with dexterity issues. This walker is light and easy to maneuver, making it great for indoor or outdoor use.

**This item has a return restocking fee of 25%.**


PRODUCT DIMENSIONS 26"W x 16.5"D x 26-32"H
Manufacturer Invacare
Manufacturer Item Code INV6291JR3F
Weight Capacity 201-300 lbs
Weight Capacity Range 250 lbs.
Item Weight 0-10 lbs
Height 26"-32"
Overall Width 26"
Wheel Size 3"
Product Weight 5 lbs. 1 oz.
Seat Height 17"
Wheels Two
HCPC Code E0135
Return Restocking Fee 25%
Return Restocking Fee 25%



Customer Reviews

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This walker was not as i expected it to be.

I owned this walker about a month when the adjustable part on the wheel just fell, leaving me with one side 2 inches too short. when we tried to put it back to the right length the little nob that extended through the hole to hold it in place broke. My husband solved it by putting a screw through hole and into the tube. Seemes to be working fine now.

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I would buy this again

This walker is light weight and easy to use and to handle (getting it in to a car etc). Would recommend to others.Del

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P.B.Q.
Still not what we needed

My 90 yr old mom has no finger or hand strength. This walker was another example of bad engineering for older adults needing a walker.

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