Drive 3 Wheel Rollator Walker with Basket Tray and Pouch
The 3 Wheel Rollator Walker with Basket Tray and Pouch is the answer to the Riddle of the Sphinx; what walks on four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three wheels in the evening?
· Adjustable handle height.
· Comes with basket, tray and pouch.
· Frame folded and compact.
· Easy one-hand folding.
· Lightweight aluminum frame.
· Lightweight, solid wheels for indoor or outdoor use.
· Simply loosen lock knob and pull trombone style frame to lock in place.
· Special internal aluminum casting loop lock operates easily and provides safety.
· Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
Three wheels as opposed to four is a benefit for handicapped people to enable them to get into most places more easily, though without the bonus seat that most four-wheelers include. A 3-wheeler at home helps users get around more comfortably than with a cane. A cane can be really, really annoying to deal with. There is no comparison from using a cane at home to using this compact little 3-wheeler. It's convenient, compact, stable, increases independence and there's far less stress and annoyance than using cane. Additionally, the tray is wonderfully helpful for rolling a meal into the TV room.
A 3-wheeler isn't as totally stable as a 4-wheeler. The only downside, to this one at least, is a lack of a seat.
· Read the instruction manual before assembly or use.
· Pull both side frames outward to open the rollator.
· Push folding hinge with black handle until straight to secure the unit in proper position.
· Place a handle bar in each handle bar receptacle and adjust to desired height.
· The brake cable should remain on the same side as the corresponding wheel.
· Do not cross the cables.
· Insert the locking knobs into the adjustment holes and tighten to secure handle in place, making sure both handles are at equal height.
· Slide the wheels back until the push pins pop through adjustment hole on the bottom section of the wheel frame.
· Lock the wheels in place by inserting the locking knobs into the top section of the wheel frame and tightening until secure.
· Test and adjust loop lock mechanism tension to ensure proper and secure locking before use.
· Mount basket in the proper location above the rollator pouch, between the handle bars.
· Remove the basket.
· Stand behind the rollator and pull back on the black locking handle until the folding hinge is disengaged.
· Push the sides of the frame together until the rollator is flat.
· It is not recommended to adjust the wheel length when folding.
· Keep the loop lock handle free from dirt.
· In case the loop locks are locking too little, the cable might be too loose.
· The cable can be adjusted using the adjuster screw, located where the cable is connected to the loop lock handle.
· If the loop lock cable wire is broken, it has to be replaced.
· Don’t use the loop lock handle for other functions than locking the rollator.
· Take care that the loop lock handle is in good condition, fully assembled, and fixed.
· Read all cautions and warning labels before using.
· This unit is intended to be used as a mobility aid, creating a natural gate as the user walks securely with their primary weight distribution between the handlebars with the unit in front of the user
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