The wheel size matters
The performance of a rollator or walker relies heavily on the size of the wheels. The bigger the wheel, the easier it is to pass obstacles and uneven ground, and the comfort level also increases with the wheel size. A bigger wheel simply performs better than a small wheel, especially outdoors.
Conventional rollators usually have only 8"/20 cm small wheels that hardly manage to overcome smaller thresholds.
Trionic Walker – Bigger Wheels as Standard
The Walkers have 9"/23 cm, 12"/31 cm or 14"/36 cm big front- and rear wheels as standard, all depending on the chosen model.
In comparison with conventional rollators with 8"/20 cm small wheels, thanks to their bigger wheels the Walkers manage curbs, cobblestones, gravel and uneven ground with both greater ease and higher comfort.