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A rollator is a “rolling walker with a seat”. A rollator has three or four wheels and brakes. It does not need to be lifted to move forward like a walker. Rollators are easy to maneuver because the wheels swivel. Rollators tend to be larger than a walker, so they can be difficult to maneuver inside small apartments or narrow hallways.

If your condition requires you to stop and rest often, a rollator could be a better choice for you. Whereas a walker has no seat, a rollator with a seat and a crossbar for back support allow the user to stop and rest when needed.

Rollators also have accessories that can be purchased, such as baskets to hold a shopping bag, as well as cup and cane holders for your convenience.

Featured Products

  • The safest and most durable rollator on the market
  • Unique material ultimate comfort seat
  • Ergonomic handgrips with optimal wrist positioning
  • Available in three colours – Black, Blue, and Red

The NEXUS 3 has innovated the way we think about mobility.  With the first-ever cross-folding frame, it set the standard for future rollator design.

The NEXUS can stand independently in the folded position even with the zippered bag on the rollator.

The frame design allows the user ample space for an ergonomic walking gait, or if needed, a slightly folded frame to pass through narrow doorways in smaller areas.  Because of this unique design, stability is not compromised, ensuring the NEXUS is the most reliable and safe rollator on the market.

The NEXUS 3 can be used both indoors and outdoors.

The NEXUS 1 is one of our rollators with the slimmest design, making it perfect in narrow spaces.

  • Slim design
  • Cable-free
  • Great walking ergonomics
  • Comfortable seat
  • 6” wheels

The NEXUS 1 features a foam cushioned seat that offers a great resting spot while walking. Although the NEXUS1 is primarily for indoor use, its 6” wheels and swivel front forks make it a great rollator to navigate in smaller spaces such as the aisles in a mall store or living in an apartment. The handle features an arthritic ball at the end, making it easier to engage and more comfortable to use.

What Makes SUPERIOR Home Health Care Different?

SUPERIOR Home Health Care has been providing home medical supplies, equipment and superior service to many communities in Ontario for more than 29 years. SUPERIOR Home Health Care continues the tradition of home healthcare stores with a wide selection of home medical equipment for people with disabilities, recovering from surgery or experiencing the challenges of aging. Locally owned and operated by Jim Migliazza in Thunder Bay and Dryden, and John & Suzi Tom in Barrie.

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