Do you need a heavy-duty rehabilitation walker? If so, then the Heavy-Duty Walking Tutor might be the solution!

Support your upper body weight with the walker’s padded rest and keep moving with its 4 swivel castors.

The reinforced frame can take on weights up to 200kg and is height adjustable, too; this means that no matter your height, you’ll always find the right fit.

Purchase the Heavy-Duty Walking Tutor today from Active Mobility!


  • Fixed reinforced frame to suit the bariatric user
  • Ideal for those with limited hand and wrist strength
  • Padded rest allows the user to support upper body weight at the top of the frame to assist walking
  • Adjustable padded rest height
  • Adjustable hand grip to suit individual forearm length and to reduce strain on wrists
  • Supplied with four swivel castors
  • Made in Australia


Frame Width: 650mm
Frame Depth: 830mm
Padded Rest Height: 980-1420mm
Padded Rest Width: 600mm
Padded Rest Depth: 400mm
Max User Weight: 175kg

SKU 3138111
Brand Active Mobility
Shipping Weight 25.0000kg
Shipping Width 0.200m
Shipping Height 1.060m
Shipping Length 0.660m
Shipping Cubic 0.139920000m3

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