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Product description

Color:Pulley

Why choose CDXZRZYH walker?
Manufactured by CDXZRZYH, CDXZRZYH has a reputation for producing high-quality and durable walking aids. We aim to provide users with safe, stable and comfortable walking aids. The CDXZRZYH wheeled walking frame is made of lightweight anodized aluminum, which is light in weight but strong and durable. The height can be adjusted within a good range, allowing users to set the height of the walking frame at a perfect level, which can provide maximum comfort and support. It also has an easy-to-clean plastic handle and a non-marking non-slip rubber ferrule on the back leg to improve user experience and safety.
Product Name: Multifunctional Walker
Product material: aluminum alloy
Product size: 51 × 58 (80-95) cm (length × width × height)
Safety load: 180kg
Net weight: 3.0kg
Applicable occasions: family, superior apartment, nursing home, hospital
Features: Increase the mat to be more slip resistant, can be used for interactive fixing 2, wall thickness 1.2mm high quality aluminum alloy tube
Note:
1. Please allow 0-2cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.
2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

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