Features of ProBasics Standard Aluminum Rollator
- Two-button removable curved padded backrest
- Comfortable, flip-up padded seat
- Easy-to-operate ergonomic hand brakes
- Height-adjustable for a custom fit
- Water-resistant nylon pouch attaches under seat for added privacy and security of personal items
- Equipped with a folding mechanism for easy storage and transport
- Non-marring 6" black casters with soft grip tires
- Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use
- Aluminum Rollator supports patient weights up to 300 lbs
- Seat height is not adjustable; Only handle height can be adjusted.
ProBasics Rollator Parts
- Brake handle
- Brake handle receptacle
- Height adjustment knob
- Back Rest
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How to use ProBasics Aluminum Rollator with Six Inch Wheels?
Install handlebars and adjust height
- Open your rollator. Pull open the folding hinges on either side until straight to secure the unit in the proper position (Fig. A).
- Place a brake handle with the preassembled loop lock in the corresponding brake handle receptacle and adjust to the desired height (Fig. B).
- To estimate the optimal height for your rollator, start by standing straight with footwear on. Allow your hands to hang naturally at your sides. Measure from the crease in your wrist to the floor. If possible, choose a walking aid to adjust one adjustment above and below this estimated optimal measurement. Consult with a healthcare professional to ensure optimal rollator height.
- Use the height adjustment knobs to fasten the handlebars in this position (Fig. C). Do not use excessive force when installing any parts. Make sure the knobs are fully tightened and are at equal heights. always test for stability before applying weight to hand grips.
- Test and adjust the brake mechanism tension to ensure proper and secure locking Before use (Fig. D and E). See “Brake Operation and Adjustment” section for further guidance.
- Insert backrest into frame receptacles until snap buttons engage. An audible click will be heard on each side.
Folding up rollator
If in use, ensure items in the pouch have been removed. The rollator can easily fold from the user’s side by pulling the nylon strap under the seat up. The rollator will begin to fold as the cord is pulled.
With all wheels touching the ground, gently pull the frame apart until the folding hinge is completely straightened on both sides (Fig. A). Ensure the rollator is fully opened, the seat is down and the backrest is locked in before use.
- To engage the parking brake (lock the brakes), press down on the brake handle until the handle locks in place. (Fig. E).
- To release and/or engage the brakes, squeeze the brake handle up towards the hand grip (Fig. D).
- Do not use the hand brake as a primary stopping tool. It may be used if needed but is primarily designed to maintain a stopped stance.
- Brakes and tires are non-durable components which will require maintenance through the life of the rollator. Brakes must be adjusted so that the wheels do not turn while the brake is applied or when the brake lock/parking brake is engaged. If wheels turn while the brake is applied and/ or when the brake lock is engaged, Do not continue to use the rollator. Return to your dealer/distributor for adjustment, repair, or replacement.
- Hold the top nut firmly in place. Do not turn the top nut.
- To loosen the brake adjustment, turn the bottom nut (closest to the bar securing the brake to the rollator) counterclockwise. The nut will move away from the frame.
- To tighten the brake adjustment, turn the nut clockwise. The nut will move toward the frame.
- Refer to below visual guide for further assistance.
Walking with the rollator
- Standing behind the rollator, slowly roll forward so the rear wheels are a few inches IN FRONT of your feet.
- Step forward and place your foot IN LINE with the rear wheels, but slightly inside of the wheels.
- Maintaining a steady roll forward, place your other foot in line with the rear wheels.
- Determine a safe gait to keep your feet IN LINE with the rear wheels.
- Be aware of your surroundings when operating the rollator. Look for hazards and avoid them. Avoid streets and surfaces with water, sand, gravel, dirt, leaves, and other debris. Wet, slick, uneven, and/or rough surfaces may impair traction and contribute to possible accidents. Loose cords and unsecured rugs may move suddenly and cause a loss of balance. Do not use a rollator in mud, ice, or puddles.
- Never use near steps, sloped driveways, hills, and/or ramps with a steep incline (NEVER greater than 15 degrees). Do not walk backward down a slope.
- Do not use stairs or escalators while using the rollator. Do not use near swimming pool areas.
- Always take additional care and move slowly when moving from carpeted to hard surface floors or cracks/separations in walk way surfaces; avoid bumps, drainage gates, and sudden surface changes. Rollator may abruptly stop if a wheel becomes wedged. Always wear protective footwear while using the rollator. Always keep shoelaces, loose clothing and/or accessories clear of the wheels and handlebars during use.
How to maintain ProBasics Rolling Walker?
- Wipe the rollator frame with a clean, soft cloth at least once a week. All metal parts can be cleaned with auto wax or similar products. If exposed to moisture, dry immediately
- Wipe the hand grips with cold water and a clean towel.
ProBasics Rollator with Six Inch Wheels Specifications
|Width between Hand Grips
||13.75"W x 11.5"D
|Adjustable Handle Height
||31" to 36"
Frame: Limited lifetime
Parts: 1 year
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