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Rollator With Seat

Rollator With Seat

Regular price £285.00
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The TAiMA M-GT rollator with seat is an excellent mobility aid for those who need assistance when walking. This rollator is designed to be lightweight, maneuverable, and easy to use. It is made from high-quality materials and is built to last.

The TAiMA M-GT rollator comes with many features that make it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a reliable and comfortable mobility aid.

Features:

  • Lightweight frame: The TAiMA M-GT rollator is made from lightweight materials, making it easy to maneuver and transport.
  • Adjustable handles: The handles can be adjusted to the height of the user for a comfortable fit.
  • Comfortable seat: The padded seat provides a comfortable place to rest when needed.
  • Large wheels: The large wheels are designed to handle rough terrain and provide a smooth ride.
  • Loop brakes: The loop brakes can be locked to provide additional stability when resting in a standing or seated position.
  • Folds for easy storage: The TAiMA M-GT rollator with seat can be easily folded for storage and transport.
  • Convenient storage: The rollator comes with a basket to store personal belongings.
  • Stylish design: The rollator has a modern and sleek design.
  • Comes in a green metallic finish

Dimensions: 

Medium W: 63cm, Handle H: 79-95cm, Seat H:59cm

Maximum user weight: 150kg 

The TAiMA M-GT rollator with seat is an excellent choice for those who need a reliable and comfortable mobility aid. Its lightweight and maneuverable design make it easy to use, while its adjustable handles and padded seat provide a comfortable fit.

With its large wheels and loop brakes, the rollator can handle rough terrain and provide additional stability when needed. The rollator is also easy to store and transport, making it an ideal choice for anyone on the go.

Other features: 

  • Back rest
  • Walking stick holder and string shopping bag (up to 5 kg)
  • Tilting aid to overcome obstacles
  • Reflectors for better visibility in the dark
  • Steering dampers for enhanced travel comfort

Free Delivery 

Delivery Information

All orders received before 2pm Monday to Saturday are dispatched the same day. Orders placed outside of this time are dispatched the next working day.

We use either Royal Mail, DPD or other couriers depending on the size of your item and the best service available at the time.

Delivery is free on all orders over £50. For orders under £50, delivery is £4.95.

Returns Information

If you need to make a return, don't worry. We're here to help!

Please contact us by emailing service@physiflex.co.uk with your order number.

We will immediately send you instructions on what to do to return your item.

Don't worry, it's a simple, no quibble process!

Quality Assurance

As UK clinicians, we want to ensure that we only supply the highest quality products.

All our products are sourced from the best manufacturers, are CE approved and manufactured in accordance with UK quality and safety standards.

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Rollator With Seat Guide

Buying Guide

What is a Rollator with a Seat?

A rollator with a seat is a mobility aid designed to help people with limited mobility get around more easily. It consists of a frame with four wheels, a seat, and handles for the user to hold onto while walking. The seat provides a convenient place for users to rest when they become tired.

What is a Rollators with Seat for?

Rollators with seats are designed to help people with limited mobility walk more easily and safely, while also providing a place to rest when needed. They provide additional support and stability, making it easier for users to maintain their balance and avoid falls.

Rollators with seats are particularly useful for people who have difficulty walking long distances or standing for extended periods of time.

Who Should Use a Rollator with Seat?

Anyone with limited mobility can benefit from using a rollator with a seat. This includes older adults, people with disabilities, and those recovering from injuries or surgeries. Rollators with seats are particularly useful for people with conditions that affect their balance, such as Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis.

What are the Different Types of Rollators?

There are several types of rollators available, including:

  1. Three-wheel rollators: These are smaller and more maneuverable than four-wheel rollators, making them a good choice for indoor use.
  2. Four-wheel rollators: These are larger and more stable than three-wheel rollators, making them a good choice for outdoor use.
  3. Heavy-duty rollators: These are designed to support heavier weight capacities, making them a good choice for larger users.
  4. Folding rollators: These can be easily folded for storage or transport, making them a good choice for people who travel frequently.
  5. Rollators with brakes: These rollators have brakes that can be engaged to help users stop and prevent falls.

What are the Benefits of Using a Rollator with a Seat?

There are several benefits to using a rollator with a seat, including:

  1. Improved mobility: Rollators provide additional support and stability, making it easier for users to walk more easily and safely.
  2. Increased independence: Using a rollator with a seat can help users rest when they become tired, giving them more freedom and independence.
  3. Reduced falls: Rollators can help prevent falls by providing additional support and stability.
  4. Improved posture: Rollators can help users maintain good posture while walking, reducing strain on the back and neck.
  5. Convenience: The seat attached to the rollator provides a convenient place for users to rest when they become tired.

Overall, a rollator with a seat is a useful mobility aid for anyone with limited mobility. There are several different types of rollators available, each with their own benefits and features.

It is important to choose a rollator that is appropriate for your particular needs and consult with a healthcare professional before using one.