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Aluminum Rollator / Aluminum Walker With Seat

Aluminum rollators are some of the most common types of walkers on the market. They provide exceptional support, offer maximum stability, and boast great durability in order to help users achieve increased mobility. If you’re looking to find the best aluminum walker with a seat, AvaCare Medical has what you need. Our inventory of aluminum rollator walkers are produced by the top manufacturers in the American medical industry. Read More...

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  1. McKesson 4 Wheel Rollator Aluminum Frame
    McKesson 4 Wheel Rollator Aluminum Frame
    Starting at $89.87
  2. Crosstour Rolling Walker
    Crosstour Rolling Walker
    Starting at $232.87
  3. Briggs Eurostyle Rollator
    Briggs Eurostyle Rollator
    Starting at $260.66
  4. Lumex Walkabout Four Wheel Hemi Rollator, 23-1/2" x 21-1/2", Royal Blue
  5. Ultra Lightweight Aluminum Rollator, Titanium
  6. Walkabout Wide 4-Wheel Rollator
    Walkabout Wide 4-Wheel Rollator
    Starting at $128.44
  7. Walkabout Lite 4-Wheel Rollator
    Walkabout Lite 4-Wheel Rollator
    Starting at $116.22
  8. HybridLX Rollator Transport Chair
    HybridLX Rollator Transport Chair
    Starting at $250.90
  9. Guardian Envoy 480 Deluxe Rollator
    Guardian Envoy 480 Deluxe Rollator
    Starting at $141.94
  10. Posh Pink Zebra Rollator
    Posh Pink Zebra Rollator
  11. Guardian Bariatric Rollator
    Guardian Bariatric Rollator
  12. Nitro Euro Style Tall Rollator
    Nitro Euro Style Tall Rollator
    Starting at $299.72

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What are Aluminum Rollators Used For?

People of various mobility needs use rolling mobility walkers. From problems such as fibromyalgia and arthritis all the way to some other more debilitating disabilities, an aluminum rollator walker can benefit users of these disorders because they are much easier to use than a regular walker for numerous reasons. They are also an alternative for those whose needs don’t quite require the help of a standard walker. They are lighter, require no lifting, and are often less cumbersome than a standard walker. Here are some benefits of aluminum rollators:


Whether a user needs a 3-wheel aluminum rollator or an aluminum walker with 4 wheels, either can provide the same exceptional durability as other material alternatives (such as steel). Aluminum has proven to be more affordable than other high grade metals. It is less costly than both steel and titanium, two of the other most common metal alloys used in medical equipment.

Aluminum is Lighter than Other Metals

Aluminum is much more lightweight. Although some rollators are made with steel, if a person were to compare a steel-constructed rollator with an identical aluminum one, the aluminum one would be lighter. This decreased weight doesn’t mean that it is less durable.

It is One of the Best Metals in the Medical Industry

Aluminum is one of the most widely used metal alloys in the medical industry. Of course, some people are worried that aluminum is more pliable and thus weaker, but this is not necessarily the case. The secret to aluminum’s unique integrity lies in the construction of the aluminum tubing. Aluminum has better shock absorption than steel does, which is helpful in increasing the comfort of wheelchair users. Also, another primary reason why rollators are frequently preferred is because of the high corrosion resistance of aluminum compared to other metals. Aluminum doesn’t rust, even though it can corrode over time. Therefore, it provides much more in terms of benefits.

Weight Capacity of Aluminum Rollators

As stated earlier, many users often worry about choosing an aluminum rollator because of their concern with how much weight it can hold, but actually, many crutches, standard walkers, and even some wheelchairs use aluminum because of its strength. 3-wheel aluminum models such as Drive’s 3-wheel rollator can handle weights of 250 to 300 pounds, which is the standard for most rollators. Models designed for use by bariatric individuals, which can hold 350 to 600 pounds, are the only ones which will require steel or titanium frames.

Accessory Weight

When purchasing a rollator made with aluminum, users need to consider the added weight of accessories. The rollator’s weight capacity is the amount of weight that the frame itself can have bearing down on it. Any attachments and accessories, even totaling small amounts, can influence the weight capacity that it can hold. 

The amount of accessories that a person plans on utilizing needs to be factored into the weight of the user as well. For example, most oxygen tanks can weigh anywhere from 4 to 15 pounds. If a person is carrying their portable oxygen tanks in their carry basket, or on an O2 tank attachment, this adds to the amount of weight that a person bears on the unit. Factor in one’s personal items and the weight can really add up. 

At any rate, it’s extremely important that a user does not exceed the weight capacity of their aluminum-made rollator. Doing so can not only make mobility more cumbersome, but can also increase the user’s risk of injury or accidents. If the person is operating over the weight capacity of their rollator, and an accident occurs, the manufacturer may consider the warranty to be null and void, since the user did not follow the specified guidelines for use. Aside from the potential financial loss, we also highly recommend that users stay within the weight limit of their rollators or other medical mobility equipment for the sake of safety. One easy way to prevent these possibilities is to simply choose a model with a higher weight capacity than one requires.

Other Factors to Keep in Mind

Of course, weight capacity is the primary thing that a person needs to consider when purchasing an aluminum rollator for sale, but there are other options that people should still consider when buying a rollator walker. For example, if a person prefers a lightweight option, an ultra lightweight rollator would be a great option that is wallet-friendly (since aluminum is cheaper in general) and durable. Many lightweight models can easily withstand anywhere from 250 to 300 pounds. Other things to look for are the portability options on a rollator as well as the wheel size. Larger wheels can often handle rougher terrains than smaller wheels. Of course, don’t forget accessories, which can help to increase convenience, mobility, and comfort. Some users even purchase wheelchair cushions that fit their aluminum walker seats so that they can enjoy optimal comfort and pressure relief while they are in a seated state.

Here at AvaCare Medical, we want to ensure that you’re going to get the best aluminum rollator on the market, no matter what. If you are looking to learn more about how to choose the best walker, you may benefit from reading our Rollator Walker Guide. Of course, don’t ever hesitate to give us a call at 1-877-813-7799! Our customer service representatives are extremely knowledgeable, and can help you choose the right rollator for your needs, and assist you through the purchasing process. Whether you need an aluminum rollator with 8-inch wheels, or one with much smaller wheels, you’ll be sure to find what you need on our website. Shop now!