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Breast Cancer Awareness Rollator
This special rollator has a beautiful pink frame and Pink Ribbon logo heat-transferred on the seat as well as embroidered on the backrest cover.
The pink Breast Cancer Awareness Rollator from Medline offers a fully padded seat 12" wide x 12" deep with loop brakes - pull to stop, push to lock. Height adjustable handles adjust from 31.5" high to 37.5" high. The attached basket beneath the seat provides security yet is easily removable to carry with you. Weighing only 15 pounds it's lightweight aluminum makes transporting easy.
  • Wheel size: 8”
  • Overall Width: 25.5
  • Seat: 12"W x 12"D
  • Height: 31.5" to 37.5" (adjustable)
  • Weight: 15 lbs.
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
Option Name Price Sale Price Availability
Each $171.43 $120.00 in stock
*Prices (including sales) and availability can change at any time.
My mom loves her new pink walker!
By: Dee
My mom loves her pink walker. It is strong and sturdy, and my mom says that other people admire her walker. For a person that was not so mobile, she loves walking with it. It not only helps her walk, but it's a fashion statement.
Review of Breast Cancer Awareness Rollator
By: Jerry Anderson
Super rollator for my Mom. She's new to the "walker" scene but has taken to this one very well, even though (at 82) she considered walkers for "older folks". Being a breast cancer survivor,she gets a lot of good comments from her friends at the active senior apartments on this bright pink model. It is very easy for her to use and she is out and around a lot more now.
It's ok but...
By: ozhansen
I am not very tall at all, so I can't reach without tippy toeing and stretching to sit on it and my feet dangle whenever I do sit on it. Whenever I have back surgery I won't be able to do that.