Tri-walkers and rollators are our most popular walking aids – they provide excellent support and stability and as a result reduce the risk of falling. Any body who has suffered a fall will be in near constant fear of the next one, especially went venturing outside, and this devices are literally life savers.
Tri-walkers and rollators are best suiting for people who are capable of walking short distances but need a little extra help when going on a longer journey, such as up to the shops, or walking on holiday, and also provide useful storage. They are also light and highly transportable, and require little if any upkeep on your part, so will last for many years.
Worried That Your Legs Will Get Tired?
Worry not! Some rollators offer sturdy, comfortable seats that are perfect for taking a quick break, whether you’re out for the day or navigating the aisles of a supermarket. Generally upholstered in vinyl, these seats are easy to clean and are sturdy enough to cope with all users. These seats don’t interfere with the folding capabilities of the walking aid, so you’ll still have a convenient and portable mobility aid at your disposal. Let’s look at a few of our favourites:
CareCo Sanandres Tri-Walker: This compact, folding tri-walker is fitted with loop brakes and a luxury storage bag. It has a maximum weight capacity of 115 kg and comes in a very fetching blue. It’s also our cheapest tri walker.
Uniscan Triumph Tri Walker: This is a very sturdy tri walker with double front caster wheels that provide additional support. The seat is both comfortable and very strong, and it comes in a choice of colours too!
Rollators with Seats
CareCo Glider: This convenient and simple to use rollator has a sturdy enough build to get you out and about both inside and outside. The ergonomic handles are ideal for those with limited strength in their wrists, while the arthritic-friendly loop cable brakes will lend an air of reassurance.
Orbit Rollator: Rather than a bag, this comes with a handy basket that is great for shopping trips as well as working in the garden.
Walking Aid Maintenance Guide
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