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Lets Go Indoor Rollator


The Lets Go Indoor Rollator is an entirely new and practical mobility walking aid. It is light, flexible and beautifully designed for indoor use in the home, hospital or care home. It is comfortable to use and easy to manoeuvre over carpet and household thresholds, and it is perfect for getting into narrow spaces such as toilets and bathrooms. The rollators hand operated brakes are easy to apply and can be used as parking brakes. The handle is soft and comfortable and can be adjusted to suit the height of the mobility user. The brakes are also linked together so that both rollator brakes can be operated with just one hand.
Lets Go Indoor Rollator
Lets Go Indoor Mobility Rollator £150 VAT FREE
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The Lets Go mobility rollator

comes with a useful carry bag and clip on tray, which is ideal for transporting drinks, plates or any other small light weight items from room to room. The Lets Go can be neatly folded away when not in use or for transporting in a car. A useful mobility accessory in the hospital environment is the drip holder. This optional extra is easily attached to the frame and allows the user to walk with a drip and a walking aid comfortably. Aluminium finish with stylish beech appearance on the rear legs. Maximum User weight 16st Handle Height: 830 to 940mm Length: 630mm Width: 540mm Tray Height: 680mm Product weight 6kg

Rollators are certainly a god send to countless men and women with serious walking or movement challenges that might be attributed to bodily constraints or shortfall of breath when walking. Designed to deliver optimal helping hand to the user, whilst continuing to be robust and secure for the person to rely on. These are in some cases referred to as bariatric rollators.

They will be commonly fitted with hand controlled brakes so that the end user have the ability to occasionally stop and make use of the rollator to safely rely on with regard to support. In addition, many different rollators are installed with a seat to help the owner to sometimes sit.

Actually, a rollator is actually a 'walker' plus wheels, brakes and a few add-ons. Excellent in locations in which the surface may be uneven.
The surface location where the rollator will most likely be made use of is definitely a very important consideration in buying. In the event that its nothing but around the household, then one rigged by using small wheels is certainly suitable. If proposing to venture out, particularly on un level surfaces, then the wider the wheels the better as this makes it a lot easier to move along.

Though lots of rollators have 4 wheels for maximized sturdiness, people who require some stability assistance but really don't need to have the complete assistance provided by a 4 wheel rollator usually make use of a three wheeled model.
If you only need insubstantial mobility assistance, a three wheeled edition will suit far better. Also the three wheeled version are normally lighter in weight and more maneuverable in tight places.

Some other details to take into consideration are that the framework is both lightweight and sturdy plus preferably effortless to fold up for hauling or storing. Controls should be adaptable as well as fitted with effortless to hold brakes which are able to lock. Supposing that you expect to go store shopping then furnished with a holdall or pannier would definitely be very useful and lastly, as pointed out previously, acquire one having the correctly sized tires.
There are also a number of rollator accessories available in the market for instance cane holders, specialized seating, additional storage bags and holders for necessary objects including beverage or much needed oxygen bottles.

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