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The UPWalker Lite is a smaller, lighter, lower-priced version of the original UPWalker, especially well-suited for indoor use. This revolutionary walker addresses the deficiencies of conventional walkers, including fall risk, slouching, and lack of user confidence and comfort. Unlike walkers that force you to hunch over putting painful pressure on your wrists and back, the UPWalker Lite is designed to support you in a secure upright position giving you better posture so you have more confidence and less pain.

Free with the purchase of the UPWalker Lite:
  • Backrest Support
  • Personal Item Bag
  • Beverage Holder
Features:
  • Only the UPWalker® is designed from the ground up to be a SAFER Upright Posture Walker!
  • Enables users top stand upright with improved posture and dignity.
  • Manu users feel safer, more stable and secure.
  • May reduct pain in back, lower limb joints, hands and writst.
  • Allows users to be more active and walk farther with less effort..
  • Designed to maneuver in tighter spaces and for users who might be challenged by a heavier walker.)
Specifications:
  • Height range is 4'7" - 5'10"
  • Maximum weight of 300 lbs
  • Weighs just 15.5 pounds
  • Arrives fully assembled



Resources:

UPWalker user guide for models H200, H200-L and H200-S (view)




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By Don
Buying for myself

Jun. 18, 2020

Don’t buy from parent giving

Wanted to return. The charged $95 lost package in ups and create lots of phone calls to get$450 credit. If you want to try buy from amazon no charge hassle free returns

Overall: No, I would not recommend this product.


By Bob
Buying for myself
San Angelo, Texas

Jun. 13, 2020

I love it!!

Excellent product

Pros:Light, easily maneuvering,

Cons:None

Overall: Yes, I would recommend this product.


By Bill
Family caregiver
Apple Valley, CA

Jun. 07, 2020

Mighty Expensive Device

My long-time spouse and associate in various enterprises (we're not married) began developing signs of dementia twelve years ago ultimately progressing to a severe stage within the past five years. She became an ambulatory invalid two years ago, walking aimlessly about with no purpose other than to "get away" from here. One day, the garage door open, she scooted out and disappeared before I noticed and managed to get two blocks down the street before I apprehended, collected and brought her home. Then, I set about securing all the escape opportunities. In January, 2020, she had a urinary tract infection which resulted in a trip to an emergency room, redirection to a post acute care facility where she stayed for two weeks. The day she was released back to home care ( 2-1-20), I infected her with cold germs I acquired the previous evening from someone at a family birthday party. We were both afflicted for three weeks, resulting in another trip to the ER for her. She was released back to me by the end of the day and immediately enrolled in hospice care ( great results, excellent people, excellent decision by our Medicare provider, CareMore). Coming more to the point, during the ensuing weeks of care, she was no longer ambulatory for about three months. Then, one day she suddenly rose, walked from her chair to the TV and stood gazing at it, steadily, for several minutes. Another time, returning from bringing the washed clothing from drying on the outdoors line, I noticed her missing from her chair in the Fam. Rm., but heard her yakking to herself in the Liv. Rm. I intercepted her and returned her to her seat. Then, I recalled having seen the UpWalkerLite TV commercial, and when it again appeared on the set, took down the info and went to my computer to order one. Theory behind it, instead of transporting her from one location to another in the house with a wheelchair (provided by the hospice group), she could get exercise by walking, assisted by the walker and me providing support. Now, the wheelchair is mostly idle, the walker is used often, she is getting used to the new activity and getting needed exercise. She will soon attain her seventy-ninth birthday and, other than her almost total lack of awareness and inability to comprehend much of anything, seems to be in relatively good health.

Pros:Provides support for needed physical activity.

Cons:Well....it's a mighty expensive device....but, worth the expense so far.

Overall: Yes, I would recommend this product.


By marg
Buying for myself
Maryland

May. 14, 2020

good

not use to it yet

Cons:cost

Overall: Yes, I would recommend this product.


Return policy Life Walker Mobility Products
  • This supplier accepts return requests for unused items in their original packaging, in re-saleable condition within 14 calendar days of purchase only. Goods must be returned within 30 calendar days of purchase.
  • Customer is responsible for shipping back the item, in its original packaging, and a $70.00 restocking fee will be applied to all returns, to be debited from the refund issued. Exception: return shipping and the restocking fee does not apply to items received damaged or defective. Contact our Customer Service department for the special requirements on these types of returns.
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