Rollator Apex Futura
Rollator Apex Futura keeps its users active. Thanks to its four wheels and its lightweight aluminum structure allows longer trips. Rollator Apex Futura comes with the most modern and complete design of the range. It has higher wheels that provide greater stability. It incorporates seat with backrest.
The Rollator Apex Futura has ergonomic and adjustable height cuffs for greater comfort. It has lockable and parking brakes. Includes storage bag and cane holder as standard. Folds for storage. It only weighs 7.5 kg.
+ Safe: Higher wheels that provide greater stability. Braking system with locking function that allows a safe stop.
+ Comfortable: Incorporates seat with backrest. With adjustable height handles and ergonomic handles
+ Complete: With storage bag. It incorporates standard cane holder.
+ Transport mode, occupying minimum space
The rollator, also called wheeled walker, was invented by the Swedish Aina Wifalk in 1978, herself a polio sufferer. Although originally a brand name, "rollator" has become a genericized trademark for wheeled walkers in many countries, and is also the most common type of walker in several European countries.
The rollator consists of a frame with three or four large wheels, handlebars and a built-in seat, which allows the user to stop and rest when needed. Rollators are also often equipped with a shopping basket. Rollators are typically more sophisticated than conventional walkers with wheels. They are adjustable in height and are light-weight, yet sturdier than conventional walkers. The handlebars are equipped with hand brakes that can be lifted or pushed downward to instantly stop the rollator. The brakes can also be used in maneuvering the rollator; by braking one side while turning the rollator towards that side a much tighter turning radius can be achieved.