Points to consider when deciding on which rollator to choose

Wheel size – the larger the better, Storage – Most rollators will fold, but some fold flatter than others. Handle height – Choose a model that works for your height to prevent straining and bending. Seat heightTaima RollatorIt is also very important that the seat height is higher enough that you can get up on your own, but not so high your feet cannot touch the ground.  Brakes – All our rollators have brakes, which must always be used before sitting down on a rollator.  Weight – Rollators come in varying weights, which needs to be taken into account if the rollator is to be lifted in and out of a car or public transport.  Currently, the Gepard and the Taima rollators are the lightest rollator we currently have available.

See our Rollator guide for more info

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