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Indoor Rollator

Slim, stable rollator for the living area.

Premium indoor rollator Page

The indoor rollator "Page" from Saljol has a seat and fits, with only 51cm on the narrowest side, through almost every door. It can be fully loaded at any point without tilting. The extensive accessories make the Page a versatile household help.

Accessories indoor rollator

We offer a wide range of accessories for the indoor rollator. Thus, the indoor rollator not only serves as a serving trolley, but also as a small hanging cabinet, storage space, comfortable and upholstered seating, laundry basket, and much more.

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Difference between indoor rollator and normal rollator

The difference between a indoor rollator and a normal rollator is not simply that one has dirty tyres from outside and the other has clean tyres. The orientation and benefits are fundamentally different, so the types of rollator differ in appearance, function and accessories.

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Indoor rollator with seat

The most important thing about a walker for the living room is the possibility to sit down at any time, immediately and without any trouble. Dizzy spells or shaky legs can come unexpectedly and quickly - there is often no time to go to the next chair.

We therefore offer three different seat boards for the bellhop. From a simple oak board to a softly upholstered seat.

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Page Indoor Rollator - narrow Rollator

Narrow residential rollator

The next challenge is the width of the door frames. Particularly in the case of old apartments, the door frames are sometimes less than 80cm wide. A conventional rollator does not fit through there.

An indoor rollator should therefore not be wider than 60cm. Saljol's Page is so narrow at only 56cm that it fits through almost everywhere. If the passage is even narrower, it can be taken lengthwise and is then only 51cm wide.

Reefs Indoor Rollator

For a rollator used exclusively in the home, it is important that it is manoeuvrable and can turn on the spot. Space in an apartment is limited and makes it difficult or impossible to navigate in corridors or corners with a normal walker.

A premium residential rollator is characterised by the fact that all 4 tyres can be turned 360°. With this you can turn on the spot. If, as with a normal rollator, the rear tyres were fixed, you would have to go round a bend and take up a lot of space.

Stability and resilience

To effectively prevent falls in the home, you must be able to rely absolutely on your walker. A load capacity of 150kg should be sufficient for this.

In addition to the weight, it is important to be able to support yourself on the rollator from all sides without it wobbling or wobbling. You can admire the stability and load capacity in the adjacent video: The senior gymnastics champion Frank Grob has tested it extensively - in a not quite conventional way:

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Special accessories for the household

By purchasing a residential rollator, you should not only have one possibility to move safely in your home. Rather, the rollator should also support you in everyday tasks.

Saljol has designed the Indoor Rollator Page so that its functions can be extended with various accessories. This is how the Indoor Rollator becomes:

The available accessories are simply hooked in without screws and without any tools. It solves in the simplest way many problems in everyday life and creates possibilities to live independently and self-determined again.

More security in the home

80 percent of falls in old age occur in the home or garden. This is often due to the fact that the muscles become weaker and the legs more shaky, the sense of balance decreases, the eyes become weaker and therefore obstacles (e.g. door thresholds) can no longer be perceived so well.

The measures to significantly reduce the risk of falls in the home are very obvious. Among other things, a good help is the indoor rollator, which ensures that you can always support yourself or even sit down. The dangers of stumbling, fainting fits, etc. can thus be banished. In the main article you can read more about avoiding falls in everyday life.

Target group Indoor Rollator

With a rollator, an older person immediately jumps in front of your inner eye. However, the target group of indoor rollators in particular is much larger than one might think.

Rollator for MS patients

People with MS lose more and more control over their muscles and motor skills. Muscle strength dwindles and the body exhausts quickly. The Page indoor rollator helps to provide support and, if necessary, even a seat in the event of a sudden loss of strength. The advantage compared to a normal stool: Even when sitting, you are still mobile and can walk around the apartment with very little effort.


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Rollator for leg injuries and for rehabilitation

Injuries to legs, such as knee injuries, can affect you at any age. Often these are sports injuries. In order to ease the rehabilitation stay or also the life at home for the convalescence time, an indoor rollator is a good choice. The legs are spared more than when running with crutches - the risk of falling is also significantly reduced. 

Read how Manu trains himself fit again after an avalanche accident with the help of the pageboy.

Indoor Rollator for tripping

In senior citizens' homes and among friends and acquaintances, one meets many rollator users who use their rollator. This means that they sit on the seat net and move with mini-steps while sitting down.

Tripping on standard rollators prohibited

Unfortunately, standard rollators are not approved for this. Because you can only sit on a standard rollator when the parking brake is applied. In order to move, the brake must be released and therefore it is no longer allowed to sit on the rollator.

Tripping with the living room rollator Page

The "Page" indoor rollator offers the solution. As it is ideally suited for the apartment or the interior, it allows for tripping. This means that the indoor rollator is ideal for moving around in a seated position.


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Indoor rollator as mobile toilet support aid

In rented flats or if you are just visiting, the installation of toilet supports is usually not that easy. The stability and safety of some of the support aids is also rather questionable.

The living room roll-up door Page is designed to fit over the toilet, so that you can sit down and get up again safely and gently. The Page thus becomes a mobile toilet support - without drilling and screwing or even gluing.

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Videos of the indoor rollator Page!

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Deutsche Seniorenliga recommends residential rollator

The German Senior Citizens' League (Deutsche Seniorenliga e.V., DSL for short) recommends in its guide to avoid falling accidents, the use of a residential rollator. In the councellor the following section is found:

"If walking becomes increasingly difficult, a walker offers support and safety. For use within your own four walls, a indoor rollator is recommended, which is much narrower than an outdoor rollator and has significantly smaller wheels. This makes it easy to use at home.

When buying such a indoor rollator, make sure that it has a very high degree of stability and can be turned on the spot. You should be able to walk and stand in the rollator, so that household chores can always be carried out safely. This is particularly easy to do with appropriate accessories such as a large tray and/or basket.

A seat that can be used to patter instead of just walking offers additional safety in weak moments. Ideal if you can hold on from all sides and lean on your indoor rollator like on a mobile handrail."


Experience with Indoor Rollator: MS Patient Claudius

08.08.2019, um 10:32 Uhr


Claudius has had MS about 25 years. The first years it was relapsing. about 10 years, it has been in the second phase of the illness, meaning secondary progression. Claudius is restricted in daily life. The indoor rollator Page helps him, especially in the kitchen, when clearing out the dishwasher

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