What Are Rollators?
Rollators are generally considered to be a little bit more convenient than tri-walkers and other walking aids like crutches, especially when it comes to travelling further – see all our rollators here. They are normally designed with 4 wheels to provide a sturdier base, and they can be very helpful for getting yourself down to the shops, for running errands or for going out with the family on day trips without feeling like a burden. They are essentially a Zimmer frame on wheels, so rather than lift the frame each step, you push it along. They provide excellent support and stability, and can be used to carry your bags. Plus, many come with a seat too.
Rollators are great for people looking for a mobility aid to help them manage short distances, or for those who are quite confident in their balance and flexibility but need a little help to overcome reduced stamina. All these rollators are lightweight, transportable, and easy to look after too.
CareCo Glider: Our own rollator, the CareCo Glider, is the most affordable of our selection.
It’s easy to grip, with ergonomic handles designed to be comfortable for arthritic users and those with limited dexterity.
There is also a seat with a storage area to keep your valuables out-of-sight.
Tuni Nova Indoor Rollator
Tuni Nova Indoor Rollator: This indoor rollator comes with a handy basket to provide a safe and easy way to carry small items.
This is a light rollator with a smooth action, with easy to apply hand brakes.
It can also be folded away and comes with a handy bag.
Orbit Rollator: This rollator with a basket is one of our cheapest wheeled walking aids, and perfect for trips to the local shops, visits to town.
It is strong enough to allow you to sit on it if you need to rest your legs for a while.
Tuni Samba Duo Rollator Rollator
Tuni Samba Duo Rollator: This is a sturdy walker with wheels suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
It comes with a removable carry bag that is ideal for small shopping trips.
It can be folded away for easier storage.
Cable breaks are included on most models to help you deal with the demands of walking on unstable outdoor terrain like deteriorating pavements and pathways. Rollators also have foldable seats incorporated into their design, so you can take a rest while out and about. Or use it as a chair when you have your lunch!
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