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    Is there a travel walker?

    I received this email today and couldn't not answer it. Can anyone help this nice woman?

    I have mild CP and have to use a power chair to get from place to place. One of my biggest headaches in traveling, besides the chair, is a walker that I have to bring with. I was wondering...have you ever come across a collapseable walker? Where instead of just the sides folding in, it can be folded more compactly?

    Has anyone ever seen something like this?

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    Tons of folding walkers on the market. Here is just one:

    http://www.amazon.com/Hugo-Adjustabl.../dp/B000GHUN72

    If you actually have something like a Rollator, they also come with a folding feature:

    http://www.amazon.com/Medline-Deluxe.../dp/B0007VO094

    (KLD)

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    Yeah there are so many you can just buy on Amazon nowadays, you can buy a massive amount of disability equipment on Amazon without having to pay much extra at an actual physical store.
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