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- Rollator features adjustable handle height and backrest height for a custom fit
- Simply push down and lock brakes to use as a seat
- Smooth-rolling wheels make mobility a breeze
- Comes with bag and backrest
Walker Type: Upright
Overall Width: 33.100 IN
Assembly Required: Yes
Basket Belonging Bag Included: Yes
Weight Capacity Pounds: 300.00 LB
Wheel Size: 7.750 IN
Walker Height Range: 41″ – 45.9″
Product Type: Upright Rollator
Inside Walker Width: 18.50
Wheels Included: Yes
SENIOR WALKERS WITH SEAT / WALKERS FOR SENIORS WITH SEAT
If you’re looking to buy the best senior walkers with seats on the market, browse our inventory of models that can help you improve your mobility and independence! AvaCare Medical has models from some of the top brands of walkers with seats for seniors, such as Drive Medical, Medline, Carex, and many more! There are some important things to know when either determining whether or not you need a rollator and when finally choosing the right walker with a seat for seniors. Because we know how important these decisions are, we’ve compiled some important tips to help you choose the best rollator for your needs!
How to Choose the Best Senior Walkers/Rollator with Seats
When it comes to purchasing an elderly walker with a seat, there are many things that go through people’s minds. The important thing is that a person knows what to look for when choosing an adult walker with a seat. When it comes to choosing a walking chair for the elderly, one needs to consider safety and security as the most important factor. Below are the most important points one needs to consider when shopping for rollators for seniors.
Proper Weight Capacity
Having the proper weight capacity when choosing walkers with seats for seniors is the most important thing that a person can do. Users need to be equipped with the confidence of knowing that their walker chair for elderly persons is sturdy enough to bear their weight. The typical standard rollator is designed to withstand weights of 250 to 300 pounds. However, there are bariatric models for heavier (and taller) users that can have capacities of up to 600 pounds. When choosing the weight capacity, consider the maximum amount of items you may end up carrying, plus the user’s weight, and then round it up. Consider buying the next size rollator above your actual weight to preserve the life of both your rollator and the warranty.
The Right Height
The base height and adjustable height of a walker is also important when choosing from the many options of adult walkers with seats that are available. A user needs to make certain that they can have their arms completely extended and then only have their elbows and wrists bent forward slightly to properly use the rollator. Many of our rollators are adjustable; therefore, one needs to make sure the model is adjusted to suit the proper position so they can walk “inside” of the rollator and not behind it, while keeping their backs as straight as possible. Read more