Many of us have difficulty getting about, whether it's into the kitchen to make a cup of tea, round the garden, down to the high street for the shops, or on walks with family and friends. A wheeled walking frame such as a rollator or some other walking equipment can help

Many people ask what is are rollators? A rollator is essentially a walker with tires, it combines an adjustable height walking frame with small wheels, rather than lifting the walker to move, you just push why not have a look at our range of walkers

Some things that may be worth considering when choosing a rollator.

  1. The need for stability is for many people one of the main reasons for considering a rollator.
  2. A walking aid it more comfortable driving on rough foundation, if they have large wheels
  3. The rollator need to fits your height and weight
  4. Waking aids such as rollators to have a good braking system that provides a feeling of stability,
  5. all walking aids should be easy to fold  for storage
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Some things that may be worth considering when choosing a rollator. The need for stability is for many people one of the main reasons for considering a rollator. A walking aid it more comfortable driving on rough foundation, if they have large wheels The rollator need to fits your height and weight Waking aids such as rollators to have a good braking system that provides a feeling of stability, all walking aids should be easy to fold  for storage

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