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Drive Medical 10210-1 Deluxe 2-Button Folding Walker with Wheels

Price:PKR. 109,856.00 /

Asin: B001HOM4U2
Product weight: 7.5 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 17.5 x 24 x 32
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For a safe, convenient aid to performing daily activities, a walker can be the ideal solution. Drive's new Deluxe Folding Walker combines the strength and durability with lightweight ease of use. The walker features a unique push button mechanism for easy folding. Its U-shaped frame offers greater clearance while its enhanced cross-frame design provides you with greater stability. The Folding Aluminum Walker offers 5" wheels and newly designed rear glide caps for use on many types of terrain, while the contoured hand grip and adjustable height make the Folding Aluminum Walker comfortable to use.

Product Dimensions
17.5 x 24 x 32 inches; 7.5 Pounds
Item Weight
7.5 pounds
Drive Medical
Country of Origin
Item model number
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
Date First Available
December 12, 2005
D. Personette
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2018

Review:I have one of the deluxe Drive walkers with 7 inch wheels that is very good for extended walks in open areas, but is virtually useless in the close quarters of my home, so I ordered this walker from Amazon two days ago, and it arrived this morning. Fast service. It was well packaged and very light, and expanded easily when removed from the packaging and the restraining bands removed. I had read the reviews and following the advice of other purchasers I snapped the front wheels on in a way to keep them inside the legs. A smart move, and the rear leg extensions snapped into place easily. For my height I used the fourth button hole on all four leg extensions, and that is a comfortable height for me. I found that this walker goes easily through all the doors in my home.' The rear leg gliders do tend to drag some on carpet and outside so I have ordered a pair of the "ski" type gliders to place on the rear legs. They are sold by Amazon, and I expect to receive them soon. Judging from the pictures they should slide up over rugs without snagging them. This walker has proven to be exactly what I need, is sturdy and folds and opens easily. It comes at a great price, and I would happily recommend it to anyone who needs this kind of support. I am 90 years old and a little unsteady on my feet, and have fallen a few times. This unit gives me great support and confidence so far, and I have nothing but good things to say about it. Edited a few days later to add that the ski gliders are exactly what I wanted. The hardest part of putting them on the rear legs was getting the original gliders out, but once that was accomplished the shi gliders went in easily and I used a Philips head screwdriver to tighten them in place with the adjustment screw on the bottom of each glider. They slide up over carpet edges perfectly. A great buy. Read more

Amazon Customer
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2019

Review:I read the reviews for this product and thought it would be a good fit for what I was looking for for my loved one . The product came quickly like stated it would but when I opened up the box I was very disappointed with how flimsy and cheap it was put together . There’s no way in heck I’m gonna let my love no one use this as their main means of support to move around . I attempted to return it come to find out the company does not take returns which was another surprise that I was not aware of so I would say stay away from this product altogether . Read more

An Art Lover
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2016

Review:Here’s my personal experience setting up and using the Drive Medical deluxe two button folding walker that I just got from Amazon. And I’ve included my own pictures too, to show you what I’m talking about. First, I liked that this Drive Medical folding walker came in flat box that was only 4” deep, which made it really easy to lift, carry up steps and into the house. It was also easy to open the box and slide out the walker. The walker is folded flat, out of the box, and the front wheels and back leg extensions are separated into plastic bags. Putting the legs on this Drive Medical walker was much easier than I thought. And I really love that I put the whole walker together without any tools! You just slide on the front legs (with wheels), and back legs, onto the existing walker legs. And you can adjust this walkers height by aligning the holes in the leg extensions with the locking button on each of the existing walker legs. Really, it was very easy to attach all 4 legs and adjust it to my height. As you can see, I’m pretty short, so I set my walker legs to the #2 position. Now, I gotta say, I was worried about how this walker would fit through my doorways & hallways. A few of my hallways are narrow and I was worried that this walker would be just too wide. BUT, here’s a very helpful solution I really want to share because I think it can help a lot of people: when I was reading reviews of different walkers, I found a great tip on [...] that showed me how to reduce the width of my walker by just switching the wheels! It’s a really EASY fix: just take the front left & right legs, with wheels, and reverse them. And you’ll see that your wheels are now sitting inside the frame of the walker. Not on the outside. By switching the position of the front wheels, I cut down my walker width by almost 4”! And now my hallways are not a problem. I found this easy fix on [...] I tried out the push button release, at the top of the walker, to unfold the two sides. I was happy to see that the red release button was easy to press down. I have a little neuropathy (numbness) in my fingers, so I have to avoid buttons or levers that are hard to press down. But I didn’t have any problems using the red release button on this walker to fold & unfold it. This Drive Medical Walker is light, but it still feels very sturdy to me. The 5” wheels roll smoothly and I don’t see that the wheels have made any marks on my floors. (That’s important to me.) The hand grips on this walker are cushioned and I think anyone would like the way they feel. I’m going to try this walker for a while, and if the neuropathy in my fingers flares up, I can just get inexpensive, even more cushy walker handgrips covers to help. All in all, I really love this foldable walker and I would recommend it to any friend of mine. I guess, the only thing that I think could be improved would be to clearly mark the legs with wheels to show that they should be put on the front of the walker. When I first put on all the legs, I put the wheels on the back. Wrong. It was my mistake, I know, and I could easily fix it, but I think the directions/packaging could have been a little bit clearer. All in all, I think this walker is a winner. In my opinion, it’s a great mix of quality & price. Read more

Robert O.
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2017

Review:I bought 2 several weeks apart. The first one deserved a 5 star rating. My mother thought it was great. In a few weeks she was going to spend the winter with my sister in Florida. So I bought another one and had it shipped directly to Florida. When it arrived my sister unpacked it, discarded the box and waited for me to assemble the walker when I got there. Fast forward. I found out that the caster assembly was for the same side of the walker. One wheel was on the inside of the walker, the other on the outside. When I got back home I tried to get a replacement caster, only to find out that the entire walker had to be returned and then another one would be sent. Problem was that the box the walker was shipped in had already been discarded. I tried to just have the caster assembly replaced. Nope, not able to do so! Wound up taking a caster off of the first one I bought and sent it to Florida. Read more

Nikole Ivanov
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 28, 2017

Review:I broke my leg about a month ago. The bought this walker because of the reviews/popularity. I had it for a little over a month, when one of the legs just snapped and broke where the joint is. The whole time the walker was very wobbly and felt fragile. I thought i will not need another one, until i recover. I only used it indoors, around the house. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 2, 2020

Review:Great product but my rating is based on th return policy. I bought this thinking I would need it for post-surgery support. I ended up not needing it and will be charged $15 to return it. I'm upset because I thought Prime didnt charge for returns and I cant find anywhere where this info is listed. Anyone know where it's listed? Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 3, 2017

Review:It's a bit sturdier than other light weight walkers due to the bow like cross bracing, but it still is a very light weight light use walker for recuperating after surgery and not for daily/weekly use. We can't apply our full body weight on it as it sways easily. Though they claim the max weight is 350 pounds. Mom is barely 120 pounds and even she found it a bit on the wobbly side. Sadly the stabilizing parts are all riveted in place so there are no screws we can tighten. I guess we can't get quality at such a low price but it will do for her needs while she recovers. I do hope it will last the 6-8 week recovery period she is expected to endure. Surgery: replacement knee surgery (both knees), Age: 79, Weight: 119 lbs.... Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 23, 2021

Review:I bought this because I was going to have a total knee replacement and it was on the list of things to get. The seat for the toilet and the rearend wiper was a must. Because I had corporal tunnel surgery on both hands within 9 months of the knee surgery my hands were tender and I found that it hurt to use the walker. I had a pair of crutches so I tried them and found that they were easier than the walker. If you have a set of crutches at home I would not buy the walker in this case. You can always get the walker on Amazon within 2 days. Read more

Joe Glo

Date:Reviewed in Canada on May 15, 2019

Review:I had hip surgery and for the first two weeks I had to rely on this walker. I was so happy to find out how solid it was. I have such faith in this walker that I donated it to our local hospital physio dept. so someone else can benefit from this. If I wasn’t satisfied it would have gone to a recycle depot. Very pleased Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on June 3, 2020

Review:Walker arrived in large box and was easy to assemble Added the Drive Medical RTL100017 Walker Glide Ski, Gray For easy sliding on carpet instead of having to lift the walker To move forward. Takes much less force . Will update on durability Read more

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