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Drive Adjustable Seat Height Rollator
Stander Metro Walker
Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair
Drive Duet Rollator/Transport Chair
Drive Aluminum Transport Chair
Drive All Terrain Cane
Invacare Lynx L-3 Three Wheel Scooter
Drive Go-Lite Bariatric Steel Rollator
Nova Flip-Up Cup Holder
Rubbermaid Black Cane Tips
"I recommend this rollator because of its ability to adjust the seat AND handle height for the 'perfect fit."
Here are some things to consider when choosing a rollator:
Three wheel rollators work great indoors as they are narrow, lightweight and have a tight turning radius. Four wheel rollators offer more stability and durability and typically have a higher weight capacity and a chair to rest on.
Make sure to consider the width of the rollator. It should be wide enough for your body, yet narrow enough to fit through doorways.
It’s best to choose a rollator with an adjustable height range. You never know when you’ll need to adjust the handles higher or lower than usual. Plus, an adjustable height allows the rollator to be used by multiple persons.
Rollators often come with a seat to allow tired users to rest while standing in long lines or while out and about. Take note of the width and height of the seat to make sure it’ll fit your needs.
Larger wheels (6” and above) allow users to easily push the rollator over curbs and rocky terrain. Rollators with small wheels work well for indoors and at-home use.
Loop lock brakes are activated by squeezing both handles (similar to bike brakes). Push down brakes are ideal for those with limited hand dexterity.
Depending on whether it’s made of aluminum or steel, rollators can weigh from just 12 lbs to over 25 lbs. Heavier rollators may be difficult for those with weak upper body and arm strength to push over curbs or lift up for storage.
Check out the rollator’s depth when it’s folded. You want to make sure that it’ll fit into your car or storage area at home. A folding rollator is also convenient while out in restaurants and other public spaces.
Most rolling walkers have a weight capacity of 250-300 lbs. Bariatric rollators are able to withstand 400-500 lbs. Be sure to choose a rollator that fits your weight.
Most rollators come with a convenient basket or seat pouch to store personal items. You can also attach a rollator bag, cup holder or walker tray to keep items safe and close.
We carry a large selection of rolling walkers to accommodate all persons with limited mobility. If you still need help choosing a rollator, please call us at 1-888-986-0660 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Rolling walkers, otherwise known as rollators, are walkers with a wheel on the bottom of every leg. When choosing a rollator, some considerations may be the product’s width, weight capacity, color, wheel size, and number of wheels. Read More
Four-wheel rollators are great for added stability and greater mobility. Many rollators have a seat and backrest for added comfort and safety while relaxing. Our selection of combination rollator/transport chairs give you the ability to walk with a traditional rollator, or to sit and be pushed. Three-wheel rollators offer greater mobility and a shorter turning radius for use in tight spaces.
We offer a wide variety of weight capacities in rolling walkers from junior size rollators to heavy duty rollators which support more then 350 pounds. We also carry a full selection of rollator accessories such as specialty bags, baskets and trays.