As compared to 3 wheel alternatives, 4 wheel rollators provide a wider, more stable base. Given that fact, this style of walking aid is ideal for bariatric users, and for those with very limited balance. If you’ll need to navigate narrow hallways or doorways, on the other hand, you may want to consider a 3 wheel option. We make sure to list the weight and overall width of every model we sell, so you can quickly and easily assess which of our offerings fit your lifestyle best. Whether you need a lightweight rollator, or a heavy duty model, we've got you covered.
At 1800wheelchair, we carry a wide selection of affordable 4 wheel walkers and rollators, and our inventory can accommodate users of all sizes. We also have an extensive walker accessories section, where you’ll find plenty of customization options to help ensure that any walking aid you buy is a perfect fit.
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|Weight Capacity||500 lbs.|
|Min. Handle Height||35.2"|
|Max. Handle Height||39.5"|
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|Weight Capacity||300 lbs.|
|Min. Handle Height||35"|
|Max. Handle Height||39"|
User height / Handle height - The height of the user and the length of their arms will dictate the appropriate handle height for your the rolling walker. To get the optimum handle height, when the user is standing, measure the distance from the wrist of the user to the floor.
Here are some rough handle height recommendations for users:
User weight - Most rolling walkers have a a weight capacity of 250-300lbs. If you are over 250lbs., please consider our selection of heavy duty rolling walkers. These models have a higher weight capacity and generally include a wider and deeper seat for your sitting comfort.
Padded seat - Most four wheel rolling walkers come with seats; generally they are vinyl or plastic. If you plan to use walker's seat, we suggest looking at model that includes a padded seat.
Brakes - Most rolling walkers come with handle breaks. When squeezing the breaks, your walker will slow down - just like a bicycle. Most rolling walkers offer a break lock which, when engaged, locks the walker's wheels. Tip: always lock the breaks before sitting in your rolling walker.
Will my rolling walker fold?
Yes, all four wheel rolling walkers fold and could fit into a car or car trunk.
Is there any assembly required?
All walkers come assembled, however you will need to adjust height of the handles. This is generally a tool-free fix.
Is there any maintenance?
Like any mechanical devices, you will likely need to do some minor maintenance. For example, you may need to tighten the breaks or tighten down some nuts/bolts.