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Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair
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Nova Flip-Up Cup Holder
Rubbermaid Black Cane Tips
Once you have decided on your walker, you will want to customize it to make sure it will accommodate your everyday activities. Here are the 5 best walker accessories to consider adding to your walker:
Canes are the most common walking aids around, so it only makes sense that there is a vast array of accessories available for them. While some accessories are simply fun gadgets, others greatly enhance the safety and functionality of your cane. Compiled below is a list of the top five accessories that will make your life with your cane safer, easier, and more comfortable.
These are our top 5 recommendations for cane accessories, but there really is a plethora of choices out there. Be sure to browse around to get a good idea of just what is available.
There are a lot of accessories out there for wheelchairs, and it can be difficult to decide which are worth your while. Some are useful, while others simply add bulk and weight to your wheelchair without providing much benefit. If you don't know where to start, take a look at this list of the most practical wheelchair accessories that offer the greatest benefits.
Being confined to a wheelchair can be difficult at first. However, with the right combination of accessories your wheelchair can be turned into a convenient, comfortable, and efficient mobility aid.
Being consigned to crutches doesn't mean giving up comfort, convenience, or style. There is a wide range of accessories available to you that can turn your utilitarian crutches into essential everyday accessories. Read on to discover what gel and fleece can do to your assistive devices to make them comfortable and fun.
With a crutch bag for added convenience, a secure mobility light, and some comfortable gel pads, your crutches no longer have to be a burden. Proper accessories can ease your recovery and let you concentrate on the hard work of getting better.
After you choose your rollator, the real fun begins. Customize it with one of these fun and useful accessories:
There is a wide variety of walker pouches and bags, but it can be harder to find bags that fit on four wheeled rollators. If you want extra storage capacity on a rollator, you are all-too-often relegated to a manufacturer-mandated plain black bag. Whenever we are asked for our recommendation on rollator bags, we like to recommend the Nova Ortho-Med Saddlebag. This Nova saddle style bag is a one size fits all solution for anyone who wants to add more carrying capacity to their walking aid. It attaches to the frame with one Velcro strap, allowing it to fit on almost any walker or rollator.
This stylish bag is available in five bright and colorful designs, making it attractive rather than merely utilitarian. It has four open external pockets as well as a large zippered compartment to hold personal belongings, including specialized pockets for photos, ID cards, and cell phones. It even comes with a shoulder strap, allowing it to convert conveniently to a shoulder bag. The Nova saddle bag is a versatile, colorful, smart solution for any rollator owner.
A tray is one of the most useful accessories you can buy for your walker. Trays allow you to carry your meal while you use your mobility aid, they can turn your walker into an instant table, and they can even provide a place to leave a drink or book when you need your hands free. However, choosing a walker tray can sometimes be a long and frustrating process.
First, consider what you will be using the tray for. Will it be attached to your walker at all times? In that case, you probably want a folding walker tray. Folding walker trays can tuck out of the way when not in use, allowing you to walk within the walker frame without having to remove anything. They also still allow the walker to fold for storage with little trouble.
Next, consider the size and shape of your walker. Walker trays are made to accommodate as many different walkers as possible, but most are designed for standard walkers and will not fit extra wide walkers. If you have trouble finding a folding try to fit your standard walker, try a stationary walker tray. Stationary walker trays fit over the handles of standard walkers, and can be easily lifted off and removed at any time.
Folding walker trays occupy the front of the walker, making it difficult to use many walker baskets and bags. However, walker caddies are hybrid devices that provide both a tray top and carrying capacity. The walker caddy fits onto most standard walkers with straight front bars and secures to the handles. The tray top is actually a lid that lifts off to reveal the spacious container underneath for your personal items.
Consider the size, shape, and design of your walker when choosing a tray. You may want a folding walker tray, or an easily-removable stationary walking tray. Or you may prefer the convenience of the walker caddy. Whatever you choose, you are sure to enjoy the added functionality of your walker.
While rollators often come with pouches or baskets for carrying capacity, non-wheeled and two-wheeled walkers tend to be more basic. This can make life difficult for you if you ever want to carry something while using your mobility aid. Luckily, accessories offer a way around that limitation, and walker bags in particular are a great way to add functionality to any walker. There are several things to consider when picking out a bag or pouch for your walker.
If you decide that you want something a little different to protect your belongings, try a walker caddy. Walker caddies are constructed of rigid plastic to better protect the items inside, and their closing lids offer better security for your items.
We offer several cup holders meant for walkers, rollators, wheelchairs, and anywhere else that might require one. Each has its own distinct advantages, so rather than trying to choose which cup holder you want, ask yourself instead what you want from a cup holder. Be sure to consider the below points in your search.
No matter what you consider most important in your search for the perfect cup holder, you are certain to find one here that fits your requirements.
Putting wheels on the front of your walker eliminates the need to pick it up with every step, making the walker a lot easier to use. However, it can also create entirely new problems with the back legs. Most walkers come with rubber leg tips designed for stability and skid-prevention, but when you add wheels to the front of your walker, those non-skid tips are only going to get in your way.
Walker glides are replacement tips for the back walker legs. They are designed to glide smoothly and easily over most surfaces, allowing you the full advantage of your walker's wheels. There are many types of glides available, varying in price and function. Think about where you intend to use your walker and how long you want each set of glides to last in order to choose the style that is best for you.
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