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2 delicious squares filled with peanuts, milk chocolate, caramel & brownie! Sometimes people need a bit of help getting around, and a walker offers that in the most literal of ways.
It doesn’t guarantee safety, of course, but it significantly reduces the chance of a catastrophe. If you're ready to make a purchase, please refer to our product list at the top of the page.
A standard walker has four legs and no wheels, so the user must lift it and move it forward every couple of steps. They’re ideal for most people who need a walker due to injury.
These walkers are exceptionally lightweight, as they tend to be “no-frills” items without seats or other extras. Because the user must lift a standard walker between steps, it’s not suitable for people with little upper body strength.
Standard walkers generally don't come with the handy extras (baskets, seats, and so on) that many folks like to have. We spent 8 hours researching over 100 different walkers before choosing our top 5.
We worked with experts in the field to make sure our choices fulfilled consumers needs. Two-wheeled walkers don't require the user to lift all four legs off the ground in order to take a step.
Four-wheeled walkers are generally the best choice for people who get around well but need a little help with balance and stability. Four-wheeled walkers are better suited for folks who need a small amount of help with balance.
Standard and two-wheeled walkers don't need brakes, as the wheel-less legs provide ample stability. In addition, the brakes prevent the walker from rolling away when the user travels downhill.
Many people find that a walker helps them gain or maintain independence. For instance, a handicapped person might be able to visit the grocery store alone with a walker in tow.
A basket proves invaluable in a case like this, as groceries and other items can be stored inside it. That said, a person who intends to use the walker primarily at home might not need or want a basket.
This feature allows the user to stop and catch his/her breath as needed. The weight of your walker matters if it’s a standard model, as you must be able to fully lift it off the ground.
Weight matters slightly less if you have a wheeled walker, but you still might want to be able to lift it up your front step or into the trunk of a car. The majority of walkers we've researched tend to have a weight limit somewhere in range of 250 to 300 pounds.
If your weight exceeds this, you may need to look for a specialist walker designed for heavier people. If you plan to store your walker in a small space or take it in the car for family trips, we recommend a product that folds down to a smaller size.
Considering the positive difference a good walker can make in your life, they aren't exceptionally expensive items. Those on the higher end of the pricing spectrum tend to have a sturdier build.
Four-wheeled walkers are the most expensive models out there, but they tend to offer more sophisticated features, including brakes, baskets, and seats. A. Walkers with larger wheels fare better on rough ground.
If you’ll be traveling”off-road,” we suggest a walker with a larger wheel diameter. Some walker packages are quite “bare bones” with no basket or other extras to speak of.