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Adult Anterior Safety Roller, 400 Lbs.

Item No. Description Price Quant
CE1000NR Red, 20" Wide $269
CE1000B Burgundy, 22.5" Wide $269
CE1000BK Black, 22.5" Wide $269
CE1000NBL Blue, 20" Wide $269

Ideal for indoor and outdoor use, the anterior safety roller comes with skid resistant, non-marring, easy rolling neoprene wheels. It folds easily and stands on its own in the folded position. The basket is sold separately.

FEATURES for Adult Anterior Safety Roller, 400 Lbs.


  • The anterior safety roller is ideal for patients with limited hand function and/or limited cognizance.
  • Welded steel frame.
  • Applying pressure to the handlebar activates braking mechanism.
  • When brake is engaged, the brake stopper hits the wheel and the wheels cannot roll.
  • The Safety Roller halts in step with the patient and the braking mechanism automatically engages if patient stumbles.
  • Height adjustable in 1" increments.
  • Adjustable brake spring tension.
  • Patient is situated in the center of the Safety Roller, which provides maximum support and improved posture.
  • 400 lb. WEIGHT CAPACITY!
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.

SPECIFICATIONS for Adult Anterior Safety Roller, 400 Lbs.


Model Adjustment Height Width Width btwn Handlebar

CE1000B/BK: 29" - 36" 22.5" 17.5"
CE1000NR/NBL: 29" - 36" 20" 15.5"

Pelvic Stabilizer For All Posterior Models

Item No. Description Price Quant
CE1050 Pelvic Stabilizer For All Posterior Models $116

For use with all posterior Safety Rollers, The pelvic stabilizer is adjustable in width and features a support belt.

FEATURES for Pelvic Stabilizer For All Posterior Models


  • For use with all posterior Safety Rollers, 1/bx The pelvic stabilizer is adjustable in width and features a support belt.
  • It is recommended for users who have an asymmetrical posture when standing or walking and, therefore, cannot stay centered in the walker.
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