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Rollators with Seats

Rollators are Mobility Aids for walking patients. These rollators with seats are designed to provide stability and safety. A rollator is significantly different from a walker that has four legs or a rolling walker that has 2-legs and 2 wheels. The 4-wheel rollator allows patients to quickly cover more ground than walkers allow. These mobility aids offer braking safety as well as a "parking-brake" function. Most are equipped with padded seats to allow resting at intervals. Many also have privacy storage bags that allow you to bring items along with you that are hidden from the view of others. You may select from less expensive small wheel rollators that work well indoors or from large wheel rollators that are better able to negotiate uneven terrain or bumpy sidewalks. These added features increase the velocity and distance mobility patients are able to traverse. At the bottom of this page is useful information on How to Choose the Best Rollator, Fitting Instructions, Rollator Advantages/Disadvantages, Comparison Chart and 3 vs 4-Wheel info.

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3-Wheel vs 4-Wheel

Three-wheel versions offer a shorter turning radius and afford easier traversing of tight spaces often encountered while indoors. 4-wheel versions, on the other hand, offer more stability and provide better support for both indoor and outdoor walking. Most 3-wheelers do not have a seat for resting while almost all the 4-wheelers have either a cushioned seat or a canvass seat. A 4-wheel rollator with seat usually has storage space located under the seat. This storage space can be a canvass bag or a basket. Most people prefer the canvass bag to maintain their privacy.

How To Choose the Best Rollator

The best rollator can be elusive unless you know what to look for and how to match the rollator to best meet your specific needs. Rollators are often available with different size wheels. Smaller wheels cost less and are adequate for indoor use while larger wheels allow easier traversing over uneven or bumpy terrain. Mobility aids with large wheels are useful for walking outside. Three-wheel rollators offer tighter turns for easier indoor navigation while four-wheelers provide better support. Heavy-duty versions are made with stronger materials and are larger in size to support more weight. Specialty rollators offer additional functions and ease of use. These types offer sleek designs, premium materials, and additional storage. Below is a simple comparison chart that displays the four basic types of rollators and their advantages and disadvantages.


Types of Rollators



  • low cost
  • lightweight
  • easily maneuverable
  • tight turning radius
  • indoor traversing


  • little to no storage
  • less stability
  • less support
  • no resting seat


  • greater stability
  • increased support
  • storage space
  • resting seat


  • greater stability
  • increased support
  • increased storage
  • resting seat


  • steel frames
  • larger wheels
  • wider frames
  • increased support
  • high weight capacity
  • best support
  • resting seat


  • heavier weight
  • larger size
  • cost


  • additional functions
  • ease of use
  • greater convenience
  • additional storage
  • premium materials


  • cost



Fitting Your New Rollator

Selecting the Right Fit


Rollator Comparison Chart




Heavy Duty


Types 3-Wheel 4-Wheel (standard) Heavy Duty Speciality
Popular Brands Medline Envoy 380 Titanium
Carex Trio
Merits 3-Wheel
Drive 3-Wheel
Lumex Walkabout Lite
Guardian Aluminum
Dolomite Legacy
Freedom Ultralight
Medline Adjustable Width
Medline Bariatric
Nitro Euro Heavy Duty
Drive Bariatric
Merits Bariatric
Dolomite Maxi+
Deluxe Comfort Rollator
Guardian Luxe
Posh Premium
Legacy Low
Width (between handles, Inch) 14.5 to 26 14 to 25 23.5 to 28.25 17 to 23
Adjustable Height (Inch) 31 to 38 25 to 38 26.5 to 41 29 to 43.5
Weight (lbs) 7.5 to 14.5 14 to 19 19 or 25 11 to 25
Weight Capacity (lbs) 250 to 300 250 to 350 400 or 500 250 to 350
Seat none canvass or cushion cushion canvass or cushion
Wheel Diameter (Inch) 7.5 to 8 6 or 8 6 to 10 6 to 8
Brakes loop handles loop handles loop handles
loop handles
push down loop handles
Storage basket
private storage bag
private under seat
private storage bag
basket under seat
private storage bag
removable storage bag
canvass bag under seat
Cane/Cup Holder none none additional purchase cane/cup holder
Other Features - - -

stow-n-go clip
safety bell
additional storage pockets
rearview mirror
utility belt


Typical Components of Rollators with Seats


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