When looking for a walking aid, it is important to know what your options are. Once you know what you need, compare our most popular items in that category.
If you are looking for a walking aid that will give you very stable support while walking around, you will need a walker. Take me to walkers.
If you mostly need help with balance, a rollator is a better option because they are far less cumbersome and help conserve energy with their smooth movement and allow for a much more normal stance and gait. Take me to Rollators.
If you really want an easy and fun way to get around, you should consider a scooter. Take me to Scooters.
Crutches may work if the user has a lot of upper body strength and are usually used on a temporary basis. Take me to Crutches.
Choosing a Rollator is a very personal decision. Some people shop strictly on price, while others look for special features. We have gathered the top products and broken them down for you to help you choose. If you are shopping by price, there are 3 distinct price points. Our economy rollators are functional and light with smaller wheels, starting at 6" in diameter. These rollators usually do not come fully assembled. Most people choose the mid-range rollators because they are sleek, have larger wheels and come with minimal assembly required. Our high end rollators are the most luxurious rollators we carry. They are sleek and light with all the bells and whistles.
Other options you might need to consider are your size. Our heavy duty rollators are sturdy and work for individuals who are over 300 lbs. While our petite rollators have a shorter handle height and lower seat height for those that are under 5'3. Perhaps you don't need much support and are looking for something extremely lightweight. If this is the case, a 3 wheel rollator might be for you. Keep in mind that none of the 3 wheel options have a seat to rest if you get tired.