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Walkers for Sale

Walkers are long-lasting, low-cost mobility devices that give extra support for individuals who can still walk short distances. These devices, sometimes known as "medical walkers" or "2 wheel walkers," feature either no wheels or two static front wheels, making them more stable than rollators and canes.

Walkers are great for people who are having trouble walking and require more stability than a rollator can provide. A rollator's four-wheeled design means it can sometimes move away from the operator. Walkers, on the other hand, feature a secure and firm base that makes them suitable for inside use, allowing users to easily travel to and from the restroom, kitchen, living room, and other locations.

Best Price Mobility sells a variety of walkers, including models from well-known manufacturers like Stander and Drive Medical. Call 1-833-866-3434 or email [email protected] to learn more about the walker models we offer. We hope to be of assistance to you!

Choosing the best walker for your needs can be a difficult task. Will you be walking with the walker inside, outside, or both? Is there a need for a seat? Do you want a walker with wheels or without?

Need help finding the perfect walker?

Best Price has a decade of industry experience and can help you find the perfect mobility device using our Equipment Finder.

Stander, Drive Medical, and other well-known manufacturers have walker versions available at Best Price Mobility.

  1. How do you fold a walker?

    The majority of medical walkers may be folded without the use of any tools. For example, the Stander EZ Fold-N-Go Walker can be folded with a single finger lift.

  2. What is the weight of a walker?

    Walkers are one of the lightest mobility aids on the market. Depending on the design and construction of the model, most walkers weigh between 5 and 9 pounds.

  3. How do you lock the brakes on a walker?

    The majority of walkers do not require brake locks, unlike rollators, which have four wheels and can roll away if left unattended. This is due to the fact that they constantly have at least two legs planted on the ground to keep them from moving.