Lightweight Folding Rollator 4 Wheel Walker Mobility Walking Frame Disabled AidLightweight Folding Rollator 4 Wheel Walker Mobility Walking Frame Disabled Aid £39.99 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Lightweight Folding Rollator 4 Wheel Walker Mobility Walking Frame Disabled AidLightweight Folding Rollator 4 Wheel Walker Mobility Walking Frame Disabled Aid £39.99 Delivered

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Purchased this walking aid for my dad who struggles to walk without support. Came really quick and was already assembled which was even better. This was the cheapest I could find as all others seemed…
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banned2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
Purchased this walking aid for my dad who struggles to walk without support.
Came really quick and was already assembled which was even better. This was the cheapest I could find as all others seemed to be over £40.00
Few details below copied from listing:

Seat base length:30cm;
Seat base width:30cm;
Handles adjustable from 90cm up to 105cm;
Four 6 inches solid wheel;
N.W.:6.5kg;
Weight Capacity:110kg

Hope this is of use to some of you
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#1
Was looking for a present for the mother ;)
#2
If there was a way to attach this to a buggy ot would be perfect for my 5 year old who has some mobility problems and we are struggling to find a solution!! Xx
#3
Buggy board?
#4
Can also be used to get you home after a pub crawl! Heat added, family has got one
#5
Bought one for the Father in Law.In his words "Best thing I've used,I can get 8 Cans of Guinness in the basket part" :)
#6
Awesome. I'll save on road tax and insurance.

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Edited By: kaidee on Aug 10, 2014 02:01
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For anyone who genuinly has trouble walking and the elderly take a picture to your doctor or local occupational therapy. These can be given out free to those who genuinely need them. You can also choose the style and color. You need a referral to occupational therapy and a list of how having one will increase your independence and lessen the need for care. If you know where your occupational therapy is, it can sometimes be worth popping in and just asking :D
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lucyberridge
For anyone who genuinly has trouble walking and the elderly take a picture to your doctor or local occupational therapy. These can be given out free to those who genuinely need them. You can also choose the style and color. You need a referral to occupational therapy and a list of how having one will increase your independence and lessen the need for care. If you know where your occupational therapy is, it can sometimes be worth popping in and just asking :D

I'd second this, but be aware that who you need to speak to will vary from county to county. In Warwickshire it is your GP you need to speak to, as if you are having difficulty with walking they can refer you to a Physiotherapist who can advise you.

If you are having problems though, the sooner you seek professional advice the better - don't leave it till you are housebound as things can take time to be arranged, and people then often end up buying things privately which may not be right for them.
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katieandowen
lucyberridge
For anyone who genuinly has trouble walking and the elderly take a picture to your doctor or local occupational therapy. These can be given out free to those who genuinely need them. You can also choose the style and color. You need a referral to occupational therapy and a list of how having one will increase your independence and lessen the need for care. If you know where your occupational therapy is, it can sometimes be worth popping in and just asking :D

I'd second this, but be aware that who you need to speak to will vary from county to county. In Warwickshire it is your GP you need to speak to, as if you are having difficulty with walking they can refer you to a Physiotherapist who can advise you.

If you are having problems though, the sooner you seek professional advice the better - don't leave it till you are housebound as things can take time to be arranged, and people then often end up buying things privately which may not be right for them.

I have ms and physio suggested one . I'm 44 not ready for knackers yard.
Thank god he suggested it and I stopped being pig headed. got my independence back. look like an old dodger but don't care.

heat added as good price if too many hoops to jump through to get free
ta op

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