You can determine the correct rollator grip height by doing as follows (as recommended by physiotherapists);
- Stand upright next to your Veloped, with your back as straight as possible, with your shoes on and with your arms hanging in a relaxed state along your body (elbow slightly bent).
- The grips should be set at the same height as your wrist bone.
With the grips at wrist height;
- You do not have to raise your shoulders, and you can unload a greater part of your body weight.
- You can walk closer to the hand grips, which results in a more upright body posture.
- The weight you put on the grips is distributed vertically/downwards = better weight distribution = good stability = better brake performance when walking downhill on lose ground (the tires do not slide when braking).