See here the list of Top 10 best standard walker with wheels. Read the buying guide and other important factors before making a selection for you or any of your dear ones

Bestseller No. 1
Drive Medical Deluxe Two Button Folding Walker with 5-Inch Wheels
  • Comes with wheels and a vinyl contoured hand grip. With your arm extended down, handle should be at wrist height. With your hand placed on the hand grip, your elbow should be flexed 20 to 30 inch
  • Each side operates independently to allow easy movement through narrow spaces and greater stability while standing
  • Easy push button mechanisms may be operated by fingers, palms or side of hand
Bestseller No. 2
Medline Standard Adult Steel Folding Rollator Walker Aid with 8 Inch Wheels, Red
  • Patient Therapy and Rehabilitation/Mobility Aids
  • Rollator, Basic, Steel, 8", Red
  • Made in: United States
SaleBestseller No. 3
Front Wheeled Walker Folding Deluxe with 2 Button and 5" Wheels, Adjustable Height (Short, Standard,...
  • MANEUVERABLE AND EASY TO USE The front-wheel walker comes with 2 push-button mechanisms, which are easy to operate
  • RUBBERIZED HAND GRIPS The deluxe two wheel walker is designed with special rubberized hand grips that are ribbed for your comfort and safety
  • STURDY AND HIGH QUALITY This two wheel walker for seniors is specially made of sturdy anodized, extruded aluminum for ease of use and simple foldability
Bestseller No. 4
Drive Medical Four Wheel Walker Rollator with Fold Up Removable Back Support
  • Four Wheel Rollator provides reliable support with maximum comfort and is ideal for uneven/outdoor terrain
  • Features deluxe loop locks for safety, and a convenient basket for personal belongings
  • Built-in padded seat with backrest and adjustable handle heights ensure customized comfort
Bestseller No. 5
Walker Folding Deluxe 2 Button with Front 5" Wheels, Adjustable Height (Short, Standard, Tall...
  • EASY TO USE This folding front wheel walker is designed with a comfy 2-push-button mechanism and is easy to operate
  • COMFY HAND GRIPS The deluxe front wheel walker comes with specially created hand grips that make the user feel more comfortable when moving around
  • HIGH QUALITY FRONT WHEELS The deluxe walker comes with two 5- inch front wheels and back glider caps for ease of movement
Bestseller No. 6
Folding Walker. 2 Button NO/ Wheels. Great For Adults & Seniors.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty by original purchaser
  • The 2 push-button mechanism may easily operated by fingers, palms or side of hand for convenience
  • Adjustable height legs
SaleBestseller No. 7
NOVA GetGo Classic Rollator Walker (Standard Size), Rolling Walker for Height 5'4" - 6'1", Seat...
  • SEAT & STORAGE:  The 2" thick padded seat is comfortable, durable and easy to clean.  Seat Dimensions: 13.75"W x 12.75"D. The roomy pouch is great to store and carry personal items - and keep them secure and out of sight. There is also a small pocket inside the pouch for keys and phones.  Pouch Dimensions: 15.5"W x 9.25"D x 6.25"H
  • SPECIFICATIONS: Approximate user height of 5'4' - 6'1"; Seat height is 22.25"; Weight Capacity is 300 lb.; Walker weight is 14 lb.; Handle height adjustable from 32.25"-36.5"; Width between handles: 17.75"; Overall dimensions: 24.25"W x 23"D x 36.5"H
  • CHOOSE YOUR PERFECT SIZE - CLASSIC STANDARD, JUNIOR & PETITE: The GetGO Classic is a true NOVA classic with our signature design and best features. The GetGo comes in 3 sizes - CLASSIC STANDARD (22.25" Seat Height for Users 5'4" - 6'1"), JUNIOR (18.5" Seat Height for Users 4'10" - 5'4") and PETITE (18.5" Seat Height for users 4'10" - 5'4" in need of more narrow frame and ultra light rollator). The GetGO also comes with a much needed bonus feature - The Lock n' Load, that locks the walker in a folded position, making it much easier to lift in and out of a vehicle or any storage situation.
Bestseller No. 8
Drive Medical 10200-1 Deluxe Two Button Folding Walker, Silver
  • Features width of 17 inches inside hand grip and 19 inside back legs and has a overall width of 22 inches and depth (opened at base) - 15.5 inches and also has a maximum weight Limit of 350 pounds
  • Easy push-button mechanisms may be operated by fingers, palms or side of hand
  • Sturdy 1 inch diameter, aluminum construction ensures maximum strength while remaining lightweight
SaleBestseller No. 9
Stander EZ Fold-N-Go Walker - Lightweight Folding & Height Adjustable Adult Travel Walker for...
  • Walker folds 4x smaller than average walkers and rollators for easy portability and storage
  • 6" locking-swivel wheels for your choice of fixed or swiveling wheels
  • Weighs just 8 lbs; supports up to 400 lbs
Bestseller No. 10
Walker Folding Deluxe 2 Button with Front 5" Wheels, Adjustable Height (Short, Standard, Tall...
  • The front wheel walker comes with specially designed hand grips so the user feels more comfortable and secure when using the walker
  • WELL-THOUGHT-OUT MECHANISM This walker with 2 wheels is easy to clean and maintain. Two push-button mechanisms are easily operated
  • GREAT MANEUVERABILITY This walker comes with 5-inch front wheels and back glider caps for optimum maneuverability

For whom is a walker suitable?

You can see them everywhere now: the elderly lady pushing home her cart loaded with shopping bags or the gentleman after his hip operation walking with his walker in the park. The number of rollator users has been increasing for years. The walker is no longer used only by older people – even middle-aged people, who are restricted in their mobility, always fall back on the rollator frequently. You can find further monility aids such as crutches or a walking frame in our walking aid test.

But for whom is the mobile walker suitable at all?

A rollator is suitable for anyone who needs assistance with getting around. This includes in particular people with a disability or restriction. But even people who suffer from arthritis, Parkinson’s or other diseases that restrict freedom of movement or after surgery (especially in the hip, leg or foot area) are limited in their mobility, toughening. Similarly, older people who are no longer so safe on foot or are prone to fall, more and more often resort to a rollator purchase. Here, a walker can be a suitable assistant, which guarantees support in everyday life and more agility.


Standard rollator

You can not go wrong with a standard rollator. If you need a walker for your daily errands and in your own home, then the standard rollator provides a sturdy and reliable support. The standard rollator is equipped with all the necessary extras and offers a stable yet lightweight construction, mostly steel. The best standard rollator in the Rollator Test and Rollator test winner is the “Rollator Vigeo”. This is foldable, the push handles are height adjustable, seat and backrests are upholstered and it is suitable for indoor as well as for outdoor use. In addition, it has a low weight. This standard rollator was rated “very good” by over 250 people, and the price of € 69 is also impressive.

Leichtgewich trollator

However, if you are traveling a lot with your rollator and take the Walker with you when traveling by bus or car, then a lightweight rollator is better suited for you. These are lighter than standard rollators, small and compact foldable, making them ideal for active seniors. Lightweight rollators should weigh between 6 and 7 kg and are made of aluminum. Your own body weight also plays a role.

As our rollator test has shown, the standard carriages can withstand loads of up to 150 kg. The best lightweight rollator in our rollator is the “lightweight rollator Butterfly”. It shines in that it is particularly small foldable and therefore ideal for transport. Nevertheless, it is a stable and safe walker with extra large tires, even on rough roads, and it is also equipped with an anti-tip aid and reflectors.

Outdoor walker – railing walker

The Outdoor Rollator or Railing Roller is the solution for those who are out and about a lot. It is versatile, e.g. also on excursions, uneven roads, cobblestones or forest trails. The sprung frame helps to reduce impact and thus reduce pain, and the outdoor walker is more stable and resistant. However, he has a higher dead weight and is therefore only suitable for active seniors. The best outdoor rollator in a rollator comparison is the “Olympos outdoor rollator”. Due to its large, puncture-proof front wheels and its kick-off aid, it is specially designed for driving in open terrain and on uneven ground. In addition, it is equipped with stick holders, reflectors for better visibility in traffic.

Indoorwalker – apartment rollator

The indoor walker or apartment rollator is only used in the home and is ideal if you need a walker in your own home. The wheels are narrow and the walker is manoeuvrable, so it is easy to maneuver. Since the dimensions are compact, it fits well through the common doors. The shelf can be converted into a tray. Also suitable for indoor use are three-wheeled rollators, so-called delta wheels. In our Deltarad test you will find different models.

The best apartment rollator in the rollator comparison is the “Premium Rolling Flat”. It convinces with its manoeuvrable, small, handy and compact design, also wheels are turnable by 36 ° and handrail and handle are padded throughout. This way, you can safely and safely avoid falling through your home, even smaller obstacles such as sleepers or doors can be overcome.

Rollator equipment – what should a good walker bring?

In our Rollator Test you will find the special features foldable, seat, basket and adjustability highlighted. These qualities should bring any Walker with it. What further equipment options there are for a rollator and which are useful, you can find out here.

Foldable rollator

Particularly compact and easy to transport are foldable rollators. These are particularly suitable for people who travel a lot and travel. Many compact and lightweight Rollator models are foldable, so most lightweight rollators. In fact, all walkers in the rollator test are foldable or foldable. Different types of Faltrollator are distinguished depending on the folding mechanism of the rollator. So there are longitudinal folders, which are folded in the running direction of the rollator. They can only be folded with one hand by pulling on a loop. The longitudinal folder also remains folded.

Rollator with seat

The walker is a perennial everyday help for people who are restricted in their mobility. Whether you take the rollator for shopping, for a walk or on excursions, a must-have item that every walker should bring is a seat. Because walking with the rollator can be exhausting, so you can relax and recharge your batteries in between for the way forward. Keep in mind, however, that the rollator can never replace a wheelchair and is only intended for temporary seating as the rollator seat is usually not very comfortable or stable. For a short break to rest a rollator seat is more than adequate.

Basket or bag

All models featured in the Rollatoren test come standard with a basket or bag, some even with a stick holder. Since the walker is intended primarily as a support for everyday errands such as shopping, the basket is the ideal addition. Here you can take your shopping and transport without much effort home.

Adjustability of the handles

Another important feature of a rollator is the adjustability of the push handles. This is extremely important so that the rollator can be adjusted correctly for people of different sizes. Because only if the rollator is set correctly, the Walker also supports and facilitates walking. If the height is set incorrectly, it can even lead to poor posture of the body and back pain. That is why we have also selected only walkers in the rollator comparison, whose push handles are height adjustable.

Rollator reflectors

Some of the rollators in the test have passive lighting such as reflectors. If you are out and about with your Walker in the city and on busy streets or even in the evening, the passive lighting of the walker makes perfect sense and ensures more safety. For smaller distances for shopping and walking or Wohnungsrollatoren a rollator lighting is not essential.

Rollator tire

TPE solid rubber tires are now standard on modern rollators. It is a high-quality plastic, which is soft and light as rubber, but still durable and also has little wear. The walkers in Rollatoren comparison all have solid rubber tires, as these also dampen well and have a high elasticity and thus robust rollator tires for indoors and outdoors.

Air-tire rollators, on the other hand, are less common, although they are more forgiving and absorb small impacts. This type of tire is therefore found by default mainly in railing rollers. The disadvantage: pneumatic tires can ever get a plate and have to be pumped up often.

Anti tip help walker

Some of the models in the Rollator comparison are equipped with an anti-tipping aid. Curbs, thresholds and other low obstacles can be overcome. With an anti-tip aid, you can lift the rollator with little effort and overcome the obstacle. However, the right brake technology is required for this and the second foot has to be raised for a short time. Anti-ace aids are therefore not sensible for all people, with the right technology you can overcome the curb without anti-ciping. Instead of paying attention to a rollator with anti-ciping aid, it is more important to use the walker to train the right technique for overcoming obstacles.

1. Set the rollator correctly

Important after the rollator purchase is also to adjust the selected walker correctly. Because if you do not use the rollator properly, it can lead to a wrong posture and thus poor posture. For example, if the armrests are set too low, run forward bent over behind the walker and the center of gravity is too far back. If you are set too high, walking with the walker becomes very strenuous. In the long term, this leads to back pain, uncertainty when walking and an increase in the risk of falling.

For a safe handling of the rollator so you should adjust it so that you can effortlessly push it without effort and crooked posture. Stand upright in front of your rollator and let your arms hang loose. The handles of the walker should now be at the level of your wrists. You should now be able to loosely grasp the handles with slightly bent arms. Take care when walking with the rollator on an upright posture and keep the distance between the walker and you as low as possible to prevent falls. This is how you can use the rollator correctly!

2. Get used to the Walker slowly

If you have now picked out the right rollator and set it correctly, it can actually start. But just in the beginning, the safe handling of the rollator can take some getting used to. Take your time and get used to the rollator slowly. First of all, practice in your flat to get from A to B with the rollator or how to get out of your apartment to the outside. Be sure to make your apartment accessible to avoid falls and tripping!

Do not overstrain yourself at the beginning with long stretches. You do not necessarily have to practice alone, you also ask your family members and friends, whether they are doing a little practice session or a round in the park with you. Gradually, you will find that you get more and more safety in the proper handling of the rollator, so that you can finally trust other routes such as shopping, walks or even trips with the walker.

3. Overcome obstacles with the rollator

Now you are prepared to cover further distances with the rollator. But to be able to use the rollator properly, keep in mind: not all paths are free of complaints and possible with a walker. If possible, you should always prefer flat paths, best are paved roads without great slope or potholes. Dirt roads and gravel paths are much more difficult and should only be considered if there is not too much bumpiness and wetness. Otherwise, after a bit of practice you can overcome obstacles well with the rollator. Also look for a mobility training in your area, in a Rollatortraining you can train the correct handling of the rollator and gain more security.

4. Use Walker only if really necessary

One of the disadvantages of a walker is that the user can get used to the walker too much and becomes unsure when walking without a walker. Although a walker is supposed to provide safety when walking, it does not become an indispensable everyday crutch. Therefore, it is important to take the rollator where it is indispensable, such as longer trips or shopping to carry the heavy bags.

Shorter distances and where you can, but you should also walk without the rollator, so you do not completely unlearn walking without rollator. Just after an operation, a walker should be a temporary tool that then falls away after recovery. For older people, it should be a walking assistance, but not an indispensable walker.

5. Additional agility training

To stay fit and mobile in old age, a walker is a suitable support to make everyday life easier. This makes walking, exploring and shopping easier for people with reduced mobility. Nevertheless, it is important to keep the body active and mentally fit. Especially in old age, it is becoming more and more relevant, at least occasionally, to do senior gymnastics. Suitable for seniors are so-called health sports such as yoga, cycling or Pilates, which train in a gentle way coordination and agility. Do extra mobility training, you can prevent falls and you are ideally equipped to use the rollator properly.