DMES or Diversified Medical Equipment and Supplies Inc. has been a leading medical supply company since 1994. We offer medical equipment and medical supplies to medical professionals, home care professionals, and independent residents.
Weekly Rental $100
Two Week Rental $175
Monthly Rental $300
Enables users to stand upright and look ahead with better support, greater dignity, and greater confidence to walk farther and remain active
More comfortable compared to other walkers and rollators because it reduces stress and pain on joints in your wrists, back and legs
We want you to be happy with your purchase so please make sure the UpWalker is right for you and your situation. Our primary concern is that the UpWalker is safe and effective for you or the loved one you're buying it for. The following are the main reasons why some people return their UPWalker. Please carefully review each of these points to see if the UpWalker is right for you.
1. Too heavy or bulky for me to maneuver it. Do not buy the UpWalker if you are not of reasonable health, or if you have ataxia and/or some other mobility issues. You may not be able to handle the agility of the UpWalker. If you are over 75-80 years old or have to rely on your current walker for support to stand you may find it hard to control the UpWalker.
2. Too big or too small for me or my living space. Do not buy the UpWalker if you are under 4’ 6” in height (the UpWalker is too big for you), or if you're over 5’ 10” tall, or weigh over 300 pounds (then it's too small for you). Do not buy the UpWalker if you live in a small living space or one with narrow passages or tight corners. The UpWalker is great for wide-open spaces in the outdoors or in larger homes, however some people find it cumbersome to maneuver in smaller apartments or houses.
The revolutionary UPWalker gives users a greater sense of security and stability by allowing you to walk upright, giving you the confidence to walk further and remain more active compared to other canes, rollators, walkers, and other mobility aids.
Stable, secure and safer mobility system than most traditional walkers, rollators, and canes
Adjustable armrests enable users from 4’6” to 5'10" to stand upright and look ahead with dignity and providing better support
More comfortable compared to other walkers and rollators because it reduces stress and pain on wrists, back and joints and legs
Sturdy frame but still lightweight with Stylish European design with ergonomically appealing features
Designed for everyday use outdoors or in the home or living facility
The frame width of 23.5" enables the UPWalker to go through standard sized doorways and is easy to maneuver on a variety of surfaces
Easily foldable and light weight for transporting
Arrives fully assembled - no assembly required
Sit to Stand bars for ease of getting from a sitting to standing position
Moveable and comfortable seat
Enables users to stand upright and look ahead with better support, greater dignity, and greater confidence to walk farther
Preliminary clinical studies revealed improved walking posture, safer, more stable feeling, and reduced pain in legs, back, hands, and wrists
Helpful in treatment and mobility for patients with cardiovascular, neurological, pulmonary, and other health disorders
Stylish, easy-folding design, lightweight for transporting and storage, simple armrest adjustment for the perfect height in seconds
Cushioned sit-to-stand handles ease transition to standing position
Plus 3 Free Accessories: drink holder, seat backrest, and personal bag!
Sturdy frame with up to 300 lb user weight capacity (recommended user height limit of 4'6'' to 5'10'' and weight limit of 300 lbs)
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We recommend the UPWalker to users with waist sizes less than 40" for improved comfort. Though the UPWalker will hold up to 300 lbs, the frame may be less comfortable when used by individuals with waist sizes greater than 40".
If you plan on using the UPWalker outside on walks, visiting friends and shopping, then the UPWalker is a good product for you. Since the UPWalker is slightly longer than traditional rollators for improved stability and safety it can be a little cumbersome using it in smaller houses or apartments.
Is the UPWalker Right For You:
Our primary concern is for safe and effective use of the UPWalker. Please review the following points and if any of the following applies to you, or the loved one that you are buying the UPWalker for, then do NOT purchase the UPWalker.
If you are not of reasonable health, have ataxia and/or some other mobility issues, you may not be able to handle the agility of the UPWalker.
If you are over 75 years old or have to rely on your current walker for support to stand you may find it hard to control the UPWalker.
If you are you under 4’ 6” in height then the UPWalker is too big for you.
If you're over 5’ 10” tall, or weigh over 300 pounds, then it's too small for you.
If your home has doors or walk ways that are smaller than standard, it may be difficult to maneuver the UPWalker. The UPWalker has a frame width of 23.5". This enables it to maneuver standard doors and walk ways but can be a tight fit in small houses and apartments.