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  1. Triumph Mobility Rollz Motion 2 Rollator & Transport Chair in One
    Rollz Motion 2
    • Easily foldable into a compact package
    • Manoeuvrable: Light steering and easy motion with the manoeuvrable front wheels.
    • Convenient: Resting on a comfortable cushioned seat.
    As low as $1,295.00
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  2. Rollz Motion Performance
    Rollz Motion Performance
    • Innovative drum brakes for safe and balanced braking
    • Armrests with extra thick foam padding, and a wedge-shaped cushion for a better sitting position
    • Sturdy pneumatic tires enable a more comfortable ride on bumpy roads
  3. Triumph Mobility Escape Rollator
    Escape Rollator
    • Light weight aluminum construction
    • Easy to fold. Stands independently when folded
    • Adjustable padded backrest
    As low as $349.95
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At some point in your life, it's likely that you or a loved one will need the assistance of a walking aid. Walking aids are designed to provide stability and support, helping you to walk safely. Whether you need a walking aid to take part of your weight or just need a little extra stability, there is surely a walking aid available for your needs.


Walking aids provide people with many benefits. They are useful in helping to prevent falls and give the user an increased sense of confidence and security. Walking aids also help the user to maintain their independence when they otherwise might have to depend on a wheelchair. Because a walking aid allows you to move under your own power, walking aids are excellent ways to maintain or build your strength.


Walking aids are used in a variety of situations. Aids like crutches are often used temporarily to help keep you mobile while you recover from an injury. Walking aids such as rollators, canes, and gait trainers are often used in rehabilitation settings to help you build strength after an illness or injury. Other walking aids, including walkers and canes, may be used long-term to assist as you age or deal with a chronic condition.


There are many different types of walking aids available, and each offers a different type of support. Walkers and rollators can support a significant amount of your weight and offer excellent stability. Canes can hold less of your weight, and are more suitable for someone who has good balance but is lacking strength in one side. Crutches are intended to bear your weight temporarily as you heal from an injury, and knee walkers are an alternative to crutches which require less upper body strength.


The exact type of walking aid that is right from you will depend on your situation, your balance, and your strength.