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Product description

Colour Name:2 Wheels



Our walkers are dedicated to helping people who are inconvenient to move.Everyone is eager for a convenient life and good things, people with reduced mobility will have stronger inner needs, they want independence and do not want to be a burden on their families.
Mobility aid for elderly/adults. Portable
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???? Note:

1. Due to the T.I.G Welding technology, this has a slightly fish-scale solder joint. This is not a quality issue and does not affect the use.
2. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Customer feedback to us:

Lightweight, Supportive, Vibrant Walker

Great quality and as described. Highly recommend.

It helps with me to be stable

Light weight and perfect

The Every back patient needs

A functional, practical basic with armrest attachment to make it into a stand upright walker

Walkers for seniors Walking Frame,Standing rehabilitation Old Ma

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