- Product Dimensions: 53.3 x 18.4 x 54.6 cm
- Item model number: 700-959E
- ASIN: B001ULD154
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 5 August 2014
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,60,952 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
Hugo Elite Rollator Walker with Seat, Backrest and Saddle Bag, Blue
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Rollator Walkers by Hugo give you the mobility, convenience and portability that you need in a walker. This blue Elite Rollator has a 2 inch height adjustable built-in seat with backrest that provides
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Now, to this model walker specifically. As a big, tall woman, I was concerned the seat would be too narrow for comfort. It is not. While my body does touch the frame, it is not uncomfortable, and does not "squeeze" me. That was my biggest concern, now alleviated. The walker is extremely sturdy and stable. Everything about it speaks quality: from the large 8" wheels that are about 1.5" wide, to the aluminum tubing, brake mechanisms, reflectors on the handgrips, curshion handgrips, ergonomic styling. This walker just glides along ever so smoothly.
Brakes are easy to set, lock, use, and release, and it doesn't take a lot of pressure to do so. I am 5'10" and the handles are plenty high for me and have a bit more adjustment left - I also use them a bit higher than most might, so I would think a person up to 6'3" or so would be comfortable as well. There is a lot of room in the underseat storage, which also has two end pockets. The saddlebag is adequate, and could carry a jacket and folding cane. The backside as several pockets for phone, wallet, etc.
One thing needs noting: Assemby is more involved than the Product Page indicates. It took my son-in-law over an hour to put it togerther, and a couple of double-checks and figuring out along the way. I am not sure I could have done it on my own if he had not been here, and usually I have no problem assembling furniture and equipment. So, just be aware of that, and have someone available to assemble this if the person receiving it cannot.
Update: April 5, 2017
Some reviews have mentioned folding issues. Since I use public transit, and family has a pickup, I did not address this in prior post. During vacation, we used Uber, and the walker was a problem. Four of the twelve vehicles used had a problem fitting the walk in (while folded) -- two to the point of almost needing to cancel and call another car. (There were four people as well as the walker). Even one of the six "XL Uber" cars had a problem in the back with it. Also, on the third day, problems arose trying to unlock it from the folding position. We learned to push it more closed, then the knob worked. It almost always took two people to fold and unfold -- though by the end of vacation my son in law had the routine down pretty good.
Overall, my review remains five stars and very positive. I can walk faster, farther, and more confidently with this walker. During loooong days at theme parks, I walked over five miles a day, and was able to provide my own seat to sit anywhere needed, instead of using up energy looking for a place to sit. Because of the walker, I could keep up with the family, and not slow them down, which if I had taken just my cane, would have been the case.
One: first walker was defective. Had to return it after assembly. This, I am sure you can figure, was difficult and time consuming. Things never go back into a box very well and it had to be disassembled which was a pain...then of course we had to assemble a second one.
Two: The screws in the brake handles fall out after repeated use. If you can't find them (both parts of them) you can't get them from HUGO. You have to buy the entire hand brake assembly for $25 plus shipping. That is pretty ridiculous- The screws have come out a number of times...we have found them and put them back. But now mom does not see very well and is going to lose them for good each time. This will put us in the position of buying a new brake assembly each time a screw falls out.
AND let me add: The part is $25. Shipping is $8. $32 for the handle and a new one is $89 with free shipping. Bite Me HUGO.
HUGO, you need to get it together on the customer service....just to add...when i called HUGO, they OBVIOUSLY knew this happens all the time. There was and immediate "You need to order a whole new handle" when I asked "I need a replacement screw (I did not specify where the screw cam from?" huh. go figure.