Walk with confidence with the contemporary-looking EZ Fold-N-Go Walker by Stander. The EZ Fold-N-Go Walker is the most compact, portable, easiest open-and-close walker ever invented. When folded, the Fold-N-Go Walker is about four times smaller than the average walker. It fits in small spaces, like an airplane overhead bin or a tiny car trunk. The unique design allows it to open and fold up effortlessly—to fold, just raise the easy-release lever with one hand and the walker collapses. To open, slide the handles apart. The EZ Fold-N-Go Walker is lightweight but sturdy and strong, supporting up to 400 lbs. The innovative height adjustment feature adjusts from 32 to 38 inches tall to accommodate users from 5'6" to 6'3". The new swivel locking wheel gives the user the security of a fixed strait wheel or the maneuverability of a swivel wheel. The EZ Fold-N-Go Walker comes in three stylish colors: Black Walnut, Cobalt Blue or Regal Rose. Weighs 8 lbs.
- FOLDING WALKER: The EZ Fold-N-Go Walker folds like an umbrella stroller and folds 4-times smaller than average walkers
- PORTABLE: Easily store the folded walking aid in small places, such as the front seat of a vehicle, under the table at a restaurant, or in the overhead bin of an airplane
- TRAVEL READY: The lightweight folded walker is less-intrusive than other bulky walkers, and can easily be taken to the grocery store on a bus, or on a plane on vacation
- LIGHTWEIGHT & STRONG: The 8 pound aluminum frame is designed to support weight up to 400 pounds
- ADJUSTABLE HANDLES: Without bending over, easily adjust the handles from 32 to 38 inches tall to accommodate users from 5'6" to 6'3"
- LOCKING SWIVEL WHEELS: Have your choice between locked stationary front wheels or swiveling wheels, or switch back and forth at any time
- ORGANIZER POUCH: Store small items such as phones, glasses, books, or medications in the front nylon organizer pouch
- MODERN & STYLISH: Choose between three three stylish colors (Black Walnut, Cobalt Blue, or Regal Rose) to match your style and personality