Bariatric Rollators: He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother

baratric rollators

When confronted with the words ‘bariatric rollators,’ the picture of the world’s heaviest twins riding their Honda motorcycles may spring to mind. However, a heavy duty mobility aid such as the Bariatric Rollator with Carry Pouch is much more sophisticated and much less cringe-inducing. This type of rollator meets all the needs of overweight people in both a stylish and affordable fashion. Easily operated, maneuverable and stable, to say that this product is the equivalent of an army tank with a Ferrari engine is not mere hyperbole.

Bariatric Rollator with Carry Pouch



·         Weight capacity: 500 lbs.

·         Wide, deep frame.

·         Includes pouch.

·         Flip-up padded seat.

·         Long-lasting steel design.

·         Removable padded backrest.

·         Can be folded for easy storage and transport.

·         Enhanced mobility on rough terrain with large 8 inch wheels.

·         Height-adjustable loop handbrakes with foam handgrips.



·         Overall: 27” x 29.5”

·         Inside hand grips: 22”

·         Seat: 18” x 14”

·         Caster: 7.5”

Seat to floor height



26 lbs



Although it might seem hard to believe at first that a structure that weighs a scarce 26 lbs can not only support who weigh up to a quarter of ton as they move around, but also allow them to sit on it whenever they need a breather. The truth is however that bariatric rollators are engineered the same way that nature has engineered the diminutive ants that can carry objects many times their own weight even on irregular terrains. In fact, this particular rollator has large 8 inch wheels and loop handbrakes that enable it to provide safe and effective mobility even down a bumpy road.

So if you’re looking to upgrade your everyday mobility experience, a heavy duty rollator could be the perfect alternative. A rollator is a lot more than just a walker on wheels; it is an active companion for people who have a busy lifestyle even in spite of any physical shortcomings. Unlike a walker, a rollator needs not be lifted in order to enjoy an easy, effortless walk. Moreover, a walker does not offer a place to sit down when the user is tired – and given that the user needs a mobility aid in the first place, chances are he or she might be prone to fatigue – which this bariatric rollator is in and of itself.