The standout, convenient feature of these rollators is the addition of a built-in seat that provides you with a convenient resting spot wherever you go. With our rollators with seats, you can take a break whenever you like, offering you the freedom to explore with confidence knowing that a comfortable seat is there if needed.
Our rollators with seats provide even more convenience in addition to their seating. Many models come equipped with storage options such as baskets or pouches, allowing you to carry your personal belongings, shopping items, or medical essentials with ease. This way, your rollator also benefits you by helping you to stay organised and have everything you need within arm's reach.
Our rollators with seats allow you to live your life with independence and confidence in your mobility. With the option to sit whenever you need to, you can take control of your pace and enjoy outings without worrying about fatigue. This increased independence allows you to go wherever you please knowing you can take a rest if need be.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence every day. Backed by thousands of users on Trustpilot, you can rely on our high-quality rollators with seats and range of supportive aids with confidence.
There are plenty of ways to get the help you need with us. We have a useful online help and advice section and also offer an Expert Advice service to get quality, professional support. If you have any more questions about our rollators, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Rollators with Seats FAQs
These are a type of rollator that includes a seat as well. These seats can be anything from reinforced fabric strips to padded seats and some rollators include a backrest as well.
Beyond giving you a little extra support while walking, this type of rollator offers you a place to rest should you need it while out and about. It allows you to take the weight off your feet for a moment before continuing with your journey.
A rollator with a seat may be of benefit to anyone who needs support while walking but also finds that they occasionally tire and need a rest.
They also offer a useful place to rest while waiting for the bus or a ride to take you home, if other seating isn't available.
It's very important to set the parking brake on the rollator before sitting on the seat. This is to make sure that the rollator won't roll away without you as you go to sit down, causing a fall.
Make sure to check that the maximum user weight on your chosen rollator is right for you. If you're very close to the limit (e.g. the rollator is rated for weights up to 14 stone and you are 13st 9lbs) you may want to consider a different rollator with a higher limit as our weights can fluctuate throughout the year.
If you have any questions about a particular rollator or need help deciding if it's the right one for your needs, you can contact our Expert Advice Service here or speak to one of the team using our Live Chat system.