Rollators, also known as Four Wheel A Frame walkers or Wheelie Walker's  are an essential tool for mobility and independence, especially for those at an increased risk of falls. As we age, or when we are recovering from an illness or injury, our risk of falling can significantly increase, leading to potential injuries and a loss of autonomy. Conditions such as osteoporosis, which weakens bones, or Parkinson’s disease, which affects balance and coordination, further exacerbate this risk. 

The design and functionality of rollators are specifically tailored to address these concerns, providing a supportive structure that enhances stability and safety for the user.

Equipped with four wheels, hand brakes, seat, basket or pouch, rollators serve as a multifunctional device that not only aids in mobility but also actively contributes to fall prevention. 

The benefits of using a rollator extend beyond just physical support; they offer psychological benefits by boosting confidence and reducing the fear of falling when engaging in everyday activities. By allowing for a greater range of movement and activity, rollators also contribute to the strengthening of muscles and improvement of balance, which are crucial in preventing falls.

Here are some of the key advantages:

Rehabilitation Support: 
Rollators provide support for those recovering from surgery or injury. They allow individuals to gradually increase their walking distance and strength while ensuring stability.

Falls Prevention: 
With a sturdy four-wheel design and brakes, rollators reduce the risk of falls among the elderly or those with balance issues. They are particularly beneficial for those who are at high risk of falls due to conditions like osteoporosis or Parkinson's disease.

Short-Term Hire: 
Hiring a rollator for short-term use is cost-effective, especially for temporary mobility issues. It allows users to have access to a supportive walking aid during their recovery without the need for a long-term investment.

Increased Mobility and Independence: 
Rollators enhance the ability of users to move around independently, participate in social activities, and perform daily tasks that would otherwise be challenging.

Adjustable and Customizable: 
Most rollators come with adjustable handles and seating options to fit the user's height and comfort preferences, making them a versatile choice for individuals of different sizes and needs.

Additional Features: 
Many rollators are equipped with seats, allowing users to rest when needed, and baskets or pouches for carrying personal items, adding convenience to outings and errands.

Outdoor and Indoor Use: 
Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, rollators have wheels that can handle a variety of terrains, providing support wherever the user goes.

Improved Posture and Gait: 
Using a rollator can help promote a more upright posture and stable gait, which can be beneficial in preventing further musculoskeletal complications.

Confidence Boosting: 
Knowing they have a reliable support device can increase the confidence of users, encouraging them to walk more and stay active.

Easy to Transport: 
Rollators are typically foldable, making them easy to transport in a car or store away when not in use.

When considering the use of a rollator, it is important to have a healthcare professional assess the individual's specific needs to ensure that the device is appropriate and that the user understands how to use it safely and effectively.


  • Height adjustable handles: 33" - 37"
  • 8" x 1.25" Wheels
  • Orthopaedic handles with Hook Brake
  • Folding seat: 12" X 12"
  • Overall width: 23" *
  • Overall length: 27.5 "
  • Seat Height: 22"
  • Weight: 7kgs
  • Includes bag
  • Approved To ISO (International) Standard
  • Recommended maximum user weight: 125kg
SKU P-12202
Shipping Weight 8.0000kg
Shipping Width 650.000m
Shipping Height 400.000m
Shipping Length 850.000m