Breast Cancer Awareness Adjustable Height Pink Rollator

The Breast Cancer Awareness Adjustable Height Pink Rollator allows you to move around safely and securely and show flavor-of-the-month activists that you support breast cancer awareness all year round and not just in October. If you are you the kind of person that wears a Red Cross sticker after donating blood, this is the rollator for you.

Features

·         Brakes have serrated edges for firm hold.

·         Offset caster journals for strength.

·         Seamless padded seat with zippered pouch under seat for private and secure storage of personal belongings.

·         Back support.

·         Easy to use deluxe loop locks.

·         Ergonomic handles easy to grip and adjustable in height with self-threading knob

·         Removable, foldable, hinged padded backrest.

·         Height adjustment of seat from 18" to 22" in 1" increments.

·         Colored pink to promote breast cancer research, treatment, and awareness.

Pros

This rollator walker is easy to assemble, compact, lightweight, and easy to put in the trunks of most cars. Very sturdy and the nylon basket under the seat is great. The hidden zippered pocket under the seat is ideal for hiding a spare key, money, etc. It moves very well and is light weight.

Cons

You can’t really say anything bad about a product that promotes breast cancer awareness, now can you? It would not be, shall we say, politically correct.

Recommendations

How to assemble

·         Remove all the contents from the package.

·         Open the frame and place it up-side-down on the floor.

·         Attach the legs sans brakes to the front of the walker by depressing the push pin and sliding leg into the receptacle.

·         Secure in place with the tightening knob, threading the knob in from the outside.

·         Repeat for the 2nd leg, making sure both legs are at the same height.

·         Follow the same process to attach back legs (with brakes), making sure the wheels are on the outside of the rollator and at the same height as front wheels.

·         Fix the brake cable to the black portion of the leg using an S shaped clamp.

·         Insert the handle tube into frame and set to the desired height.

·         Secure in placed with the tightening knob, threading the knob in from the outside.

·         Repeat for the 2nd handle, making sure both are set to the same height.

·         Attach padded backrest by depressing the black thumb buttons and sliding into the black bracket. The back rest can be folded up when not in use.

·         Just to be on the safe side, follow the instructions in the manual.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Height adjustment

Handle height

·         Remove the tightening knob from the handle.

·         Set the handle to the desired height.

·         Replace the tightening knob into the handle, making sure to insert the knob from the outside.

·         Repeat for the 2nd handle, making sure both handles are set to the same height setting.

Leg height

·         Remove the tightening knob from the leg.

·         Depress the push pin and slide the leg to the desired height.

·         Replace the tightening knob into the leg, making sure to insert knob from the outside.

·         Repeat for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th legs, making sure all are set to the same height setting.

Operating loop lock

Slow down/temporary stop

·         Pull up slowly on the loop locks with four fingers.

Temporarily lock wheels in position

·         Press down on both loop locks with palms until you hear a “click” that will let you know the wheels are locked.

Release locked wheels

·         Push up on both loop locks with palms of hand to original position.

Safety

·         Ensure that the rollator is fully opened, seat is down and the folding bar under seat is locked in the down position.

·         Be sure both knobs are fully tightened and are at equal heights.

·         Test for stability before applying full weight to hand grips.

·         Test loop locks before operation.

·         When wheels are, lock bar on rear wheels should prevent wheels from turning.

·         When locks are released, the wheels should turn freely.

·         Always lock the loop locks before sitting and do not use seat when unit is on an incline or uneven ground.

·         Replace the tires when significantly worn or damaged.

·         Do not have anyone push you while you are seated.

·         This is a walking aid only and not to be used as a transportation device.

 

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