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Rollators are designed to assist users with limited mobility. They are actually a type of walker with seat, hand brakes, and three or four large wheels. They are considered to be the first step towards reducing the risk of accidental falls. Rolling walkers can be used both indoors and outdoors. Their three-wheel version is usually recommended for indoor use and the four-wheel version for outdoor use. These rollators compensate their heavy weight with wheels that reduce friction to make moving around a breeze. At Shop Wheelchair, we offer a wide range of rolling walkers from top-selling manufacturers like Drive Medical, Medline Industries, Mabis Dmi, Graham-Field, and many more only @ Shop Wheelchair!

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Types of Rollators

  • 3 Wheel Rollators - Three wheel rollators have one wheel in the front and two wheels in the back. They are often preferred for indoor use as they allow for easy maneuvering in tight spaces. Their compact and lightweight construction make them easy to transport and store. 

  • 4 Wheel Rollators - Four wheel rollators have two wheels in the front and the other two in the back. They are often preferred for outdoor use because of the stability they provide in rough terrains. They are heavier than 3 wheel rollators but provide more reliable support. 

  • Bariatric Rollators - Bariatric rollators are designed to support bariatric users. Their strong built provides the durability required for heavy weights. Bariatric rollator walkers often have larger wheels to prevent sinking in the soft ground. 

  • Hemi Rollators - Hemi rollators are specially designed for small and petite users. They have lower seat heights to comfortably accommodate individuals who need less seat height. 

  • Transport Chairs - Transport chairs are ideal for those individuals who still have mobility but cannot walk for extended periods without sitting down in between. They are also recommended for people who have long-term mobility issues.