Multi-functional walkers for safe rehabilitation

Multi-Functional Rehabilitation Walker for Hospital Use KW300

Developed in collaboration with a rehabilitation hospital
Weight-supporting structure reduces fatigue even after long rehabilitation sessions

Produced by
Kishi EngineeringCo., Ltd.

Issues With Conventional Four-Wheel Walkers

Walkers help elderly persons suffering from weak leg and back muscles move around safely. Walkers come in a wide variety of types. Caster walkers (four-wheel walkers and rolling walkers) require less effort to use, allowing users to push these walkers like a cart instead of lifting. However, when fatigued, patients may push these walkers too far forward and risk falling.

Caster walkers are also not suitable to support patients when they stand up and may discourage rehabilitation for those who require assistance to do so.

Issues With Conventional Four-Wheel Walkers

The KW300 Solves Challenges
in Walking Rehabilitation

  1. Stand stopper reduces the risk of falls when standing up
  2. Wide elbow rests (forearm support) stretch the lower back and prevent poor posture
  3. Choose from optional oxygen cylinder stand, IV mounting bracket, and other accessories
The KW300 Solves Challenges in Walking Rehabilitation

Three Reasons to Choose the KW300

1.The lock function allows users to lean on the walker when standing up

The KW300 features a standing stopper function not found in conventional caster walkers. When locked, stoppers extend from the bottom of the walker and lift the front wheels.
The handle supports patients when standing up from beds and chairs.

Three Reasons to Choose the KW300

2.Wide elbow rests prevent poor posture during rehabilitation

Poor posture is common in rehab patients using walkers. Fatigued patients tend to lean forward when walking. This habit prevents patients from keeping proper posture during training, adversely affecting rehabilitation. Bad posture may cause patients to move their walker too far forward, resulting in a heightened risk of falling.
The KW300 solves these issues with an inverted V-shaped handle for easy gripping and a wide elbow rest for stable elbow placement. These features reduce the risk of falling greatly, and the elbow rests support body weight to reduce fatigue. The KW300 makes walking rehabilitation safer than ever before.

10 Adjustable Handle Heights

The KW300 handle has 10 adjustable heights in 2.5 centimeter increments for the perfect height.

Pull and turn the knob to unlock and adjust. After adjusting the height, turn the knob back to it's original state to lock. Be sure to hold the handle in place to prevent it from falling.

3.Multi-functional walker with convenient accessories

Oxygen cylinder stand

Oxygen cylinder stand

The KW300 has an optional stand to hold an oxygen cylinder.
This stand holds the cylinder securely on the inside of the walker, avoiding impact to the balance of the walker itself.

IV pole

IV pole

The KW300 is equipped with a standard bracket to attach an IV pole.
Insert the IV pole from above and secure safely by turning the knob.
The height of the IV pole is adjustable to fit the height of the rehabilitation patient.

Small accessory basket with hooks

Small accessory basket with hooks

A small accessory basket can be attached to the walker. This basket is perfect for carrying a small bag, wallet, smartphone, and other personal items, and provides extra convenience to patients walking around the hospital for rehabilitation or shopping at the store.

The KW300 Specifications

Weight 16kg
Materials Steel resin
Dimensions Overall length: 68 cm Overall width: 55 cm Height: 91-117 cm
Target Height 140-180 cm
  • IV pole
  • Oxygen cylinder (10 cm diameter) stand
  • Small accessory basket (W25 cm x D15 cm x H15 cm)
Elbow Rest Height 85-110 cm (10 levels in 2.5-centimeter increments)
IV Pole Height 165-200 cm

Proud Manufacturer: Kishi Engineering Co., Ltd.

Better devices for better lives

Kishi Engineering develops and manufactures medical equipment and commercial labor-saving machinery and robots.
We focus particularly on developing medical devices that facilitate independence for the elderly and disabled.

There are limits to the number and capabilities of human resources in the caregiving field.
As a manufacturer of assistive devices, we are committed to reducing the labor of caregivers and offering patients the ability to live as independently as possible.
We dedicate ourselves every day to improving current products and creating new ones.

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Company profile

Company name Kishi Engineering Co., Ltd.
Home page
Outline of business Design and manufacture of machinery and equipment
Date of establishment 1985
Capital 10 million yen
Number of employees 6

For inquiries, please contact Overseas Expansion Support Office, Shimane Prefectural Government:

Kishi Engineering Co., Ltd.