Pink Walker Showdown
Whether you’re looking for the best style and design at any cost, or on a budget and don’t want to spend more than $100… no matter if you want the smallest and lightest pink walker available, or just want a solid all-rounder… we’ve done the research and found some fantastic walkers for you.
The Best Pink Walkers
Without further adieu, here are our top pink walker selections:
There’s a lot to like about the GetGo Petite from Nova — if you’re under 5’5″ and find a standard size walker a little big to handle comfortably, then this “petite” option might be exactly what you’ve been searching for. It’s very lightweight at only 13 pounds, making it easy to lift, carry, and transport. At just 22-inches wide it’s narrow enough to fit in the tightest of spaces. You’ll have no trouble maneuvering around furniture in the home, crowded restaurants, or busy shopping centers. And the GetGo has an ideal seat height for the shorter person — sitting 18.5-inches off the ground it’s low enough that your feet will be able to touch the ground and not dangle in the air putting undue pressure on your legs.
Why we love it:
- Weighs just 13 pounds!
- Weight capacity of 300 pounds.
- Locks in the folded position making it easy to lift in and out of the car.
- 18.5” seat height ideal for people 4’10” – 5’4”.
- “Feather touch” hand brakes only require a light touch to apply.
- Petite model is narrower than normal making it easy to navigate almost anywhere.
- Large storage compartment under the seat (with pocket for phone and keys) keeps personal items safe.
- 6-inch wheels roll smoothly on most surfaces and feel solid.
- Lifetime warranty on the frame and 5 years on the brakes.
What could be improved:
- Only comes partially assembled. Took us about 20 minutes to put together.
Our pick for the best value all-around pink walker.
If you’re looking for a super lightweight compact walker then the Able Life has to be seen to be believed. Claimed to be the smallest folding walker in the world, when fully compacted it looks about the size of two umbrellas laying next to each other. When expanded, it measures just 22-inches at the widest point of the wheels. What’s great about this walker, other than the ridiculous size when it’s folded, is you can make it narrower with some pressure on the handle and it will still give you support as you walk. This allows you to navigate teeny tiny bathrooms and other narrow spaces… places other walkers have no hope of getting into. Plus it stays standing upright when it’s folded, so you can stash it next to you wherever you are, and it’s never in the way. And it will fit anywhere in your car — in the trunk, on the backseat, even on the front seat. Why we love it:
- Compacts down to just 4 inches deep and fits in the overhead storage compartment on most planes.
- Beautiful “regal rose” pink color looks classy and elegant.
- Weighs just 7.5 pounds!
- Only 22 inches wide at the wheels when fully expanded.
- Supports up to 400 pounds.
- Offer support while narrow so it will go with you anywhere.
- Wheels and gliders work well both indoors and out.
- Minimal style great for the person who doesn’t want to use a walker.
What could be improved:
- No storage or seat.
Our #1 pick if you want an ultra-lightweight walker.
If you’re on a budget but have your heart set on a pink 4-wheel rollator then the Lumex Walkabout is an excellent choice and can usually be found on Amazon for under $100. It’s lightweight, well-built, and has hundreds of positive reviews from happy customers. However, like many of the cheaper walkers we’ve looked at, the low price comes at the cost of design sophistication. For example, you have to flip up the seat and then remove the basket before you can fold the walker. And once folded, it doesn’t lock in position or stand upright on it’s own. So it can be a little tricky to travel with. Plus it’s a little wide and the seat is a little high even for an average size lady. But if you can live with these small downsides then it represents great value. Why we love it:
- Great value at under $100.
- Weighs just 14.5 pounds so it’s easy to lift and transport.
- 300 pounds weight capacity.
- 6-inch wheels roll smoothly and silently.
- The pink color is vibrant and really pops!
What could be improved:
- You have to flip up the seat and remove the basket to fold the walker which can be annoying.
- Quite wide at 24.5-inches can make it tough to navigate in tight spaces.
- Seat height is 22-inches so might be suitable if you’re under 5’6″.
- Does not compact down enough to fit in some cars.
- Does not lock when in the folded position.
Best choice if you’re on a budget and still want a 4-wheel rollator.
The only “Euro” style walker in our pink walker shootout, the Vive is a beautiful looking piece of kit that comes in a lovely shade of pink. Using our preferred “side to side” folding action, the Vive can be folded down in seconds simply by lifting up on the strap attached to the chair. When folded it’s small enough to fit in the trunk of a small car or on the backseat of most average size cars. And if you really need to compress it down, you can remove the wheels with a simple push-button release. In our opinion it’s the best-looking walker we looked at. (It certainly gets the most comments and questions!) And it feels extremely stable. The large 8-inch wheels give you a lot of grip and control even on loose surfaces. Why we love it:
- Large 8-inch wheels are the best of the pink walkers we’ve reviewed here.
- Folds up with one hand just by lifting on the seat handle.
- Small enough to fit on the backseat when folded.
- Handles adjust from 31-36″ to suit most people 5′ – 6′.
- Seat is very comfortable.
- Comes with detachable accessory bag to safely store personal items.
- 300 pound weight capacity.
- Unconditional lifetime guarantee.
What could be improved:
- Seat height is 21-inches which might be a touch high for shorter people.
- Weighs 20 pounds which is on the high side of lightweight rollators.
Best choice if you value style and function and don’t mind spending a little more.
What To Look For
Other than a beautiful shade of pink, there are some important things to consider to make sure you get the right walker for you and your unique situation.
Handle height adjustment
Most walkers and rollators have adjustable handles, legs, or both, which allows them to fit a fairly wide range of people at different heights. “Standard” walkers are usually designed for people around 5’5″ – 6’0″. Tall walkers are for those over 6’0″. And petite walkers are for people under 5’5″. But you should always check the manufacturers specifications to see what they recommend. To get the perfect fit, you want the walker’s handles to come up to about the crease in your wrist while you are wearing your regular walking shoes. You can figure out the handle height you need by measuring the distance (in inches) from the ground up to your wrist. Ensure the walker you’re looking at can be adjusted to match this height.
If you want a pink rollator with a seat then you’ll want to double check the height of it’s seat. On most models the seat height is fixed, so if you get one that’s too high your feet might not be able to touch the ground when seated. You’ll generally be fine here as long as the walker is designed for your approximate height. e.g. If you’re under 5’5″ then a petite walker will have a seat that is a good height for you.
If you’re planning on traveling with your walker — whether on an international flight or just in the car down to the shops — then the weight of the walker becomes an important consideration. Because if it’s too heavy or cumbersome then you might not be able to lift it in and out of the trunk or storage. For most people, anything under 20 pounds will be manageable. But if you are particularly weak due to illness, injury, or age, then you might want to opt for the lightest option available.
Storage & accessories
What personal items do you regularly take with you? Somewhere safe and secure to stash you purse, wallet, or phone might be important. What other kinds of items do you regularly carry? Shopping, groceries, a pet, perhaps a dinner plate at the buffet… think carefully about your day-to-day life and what the walker needs to accomplish. This will ensure you get the product that fits best into your lifestyle
Why Choose A Pink Walker?
- People who like pink tend to be loving, kind, and generous to others.
- Pink is the color of the nurturers of the world.
- You want to stand out from all the blues, reds, and blacks.
- Because life is too short to be boring!
Well, apart from making a bunch of people jealous (hehe), the only negatives we’ve experienced cruising around with a pink rollator is that it does get a lot of attention and questions from people. So if you want to walk around stealthily a pink walker might not be the best choice! Other than that, a lot of guys don’t want to use a pink walker. However this could be a bonus if your significant other keeps borrowing your walker!
There are some beautiful pink walkers available right now no matter what your needs or budget. So there’s no need to get stuck with an old tired-looking walker that doesn’t represent you at all. Here are our picks:
- Best All-Rounder: The NOVA GetGo Petite.
- Best Lightweight: Able Life Space Saver
- Best Budget: Lumex Walkabout
- Best Design & Function: Vive Folding Rollator