I am at the point where the concept of a walker is a stark reality. All walkers I have looked at in the US look flimsy, medical, screaming that I am becoming more disabled, and make me feel even more self conscious and lower my self-esteem even more. Your products set the standard. Now I feel I can get out and start moving again with confidence, pride, joy, not shame, feeling less than adequate, and embarrassed. This is HUGE for me.
“After I’ve discovered your elegant, modern Carbon Ultralight walker, I feel like I can look normal and attractive again.”
“My new beautiful rollator arrived yesterday! It is going to be “life-changing!” It is so lightweight, sturdy, & really handsome that I can go out by myself to shop, library & most important go to the barn to ride my horse, Patty.”
“Thank you, thank you, thank you for making mobility so much easier both on a practical level and on a phsychological level. I have been a little nervous (pride) about giving in and using a rollator but am missing my independence enough to admit I need one. Yours is the first one I not only like, but love. Thank you for designing a tool that is not only useful, easy to handle but also quite cool and trendy”.
“I am finding it just as well designed and easy to use I had hoped. Under diverse conditions, walking has become much less exhausting now without the extra energy consumed by avoiding falls. My unaided capacity to lift and carry would not have been adequate for a heavier device. It is so safe and maneuverable my service dog adapts easily and closely by my side, and seems more comfortable with the improved distance, gait and pace this rollator enables. It is good looking; it is strength- and confidence-building.”
“My strawberry red rollator has arrived and I am totally thrilled! My husband says it makes me look 10 years younger. We went straight to the beach for a test drive.”
“I love my Carbon Ultralight. It’s really awesome. I’ve also had some designer friends comment on how slick the design is. If you have to use a rollator, it doesn’t hurt for it to look cool, right?”
“I’ve recently bought a lightweight rollator from you and I am very pleased with it. But you might have to tell your customers that they need to leave the house a bit earlier than planned. A lot of time is spent on “chatting” with acquaintances and other people who want to admire the vehicle”.
“I have walked 6000 steps with my Rolls Royce. I haven’t been able to do that in several years. I am very happy with the rollator and have now used it multiple times where I have walked pretty far. It is easy to fold and doesn’t weigh more than I can lift it in and out of the trunk myself”.
“Bought the Carbon Ultralight rollator not really expecting that something so light would be strong enough to walk on the street – it is! I can get on the underground so my independence is boosted. London is mine again! Looks really good too, great red colour, about time designers took notice of this, we shouldn’t have to out up with heavy poor design, someone is listening!”
“Yesterday I went shopping with my 89 year old mom. We went to a medical supply store and after 5 minutes she had fallen in love … in the Carbon Ultralight from byACRE. With this rollator you make a lot of people happy because it is a very successful design object. Outstanding look – sleek and sporty – elegant – feather light – super functional.”
“Your rollator is extremely pleasant to use and really very, very, light. It has nothing to do with the very sad rollators one can currently find in France. It’s design is just great, really beautiful. All my congratulations to the designer. I don’t at all feel complexed to go out with it.”
“I walked to the grocery store up the street twice to get a few things, and I have gone on two walks with my 15 year old son. He is happy that I am out and walking and essentially exercising now. My family loves this rollator too. This is only the third day I have had it, and without exaggeration, it has lifted my spirits and my mental health! My son and I will be going out on another walk this afternoon. My other heavy, clunky and ugly rollator has been put in the basement haha!”
“Bought a Carbon Ultralight for my mom. After 20 years of using the heavy, clumpsy one from the municipality she feels such a big difference. She doesn’t have to push the rollator in front of her because it is so light, and she does not look like everybody else when walking around. And it is so much easier for me when I have to lift it into the car.”
“My mother now has several different rollators, yet the Carbon Ultralight is her preferred choice, as she can easily fold and lift it when she is going out.”
“When I walk down the main street, people stop to ask me about my rollator, which brand it is, where I bought it and so on. It really makes me feel chic.”
“My byACRE arrived yesterday and I love it. I will no longer be self conscious about using a walker in public and as such my MS won’t hold me back. I want to thank you for you patience and support. I truly appreciate it”.
“Rowlie made it possible for me to do so many things, in particular the gardens in Singapore and the market in Ho Chi Minh. It was something else with Rowlie. I was no longer ashamed of limping a bit. I wore a hat and a red scarf and took a red bag. I was proud to be with him. Showing that I was a positive person who wasn’t going to get into old people shopping trolley mode”.
“I took Bertha, my strawberry red rollator, with me to Berlin for the first time, and I took her shopping. I had thought about it, as the KdW does have a lot of chairs, however, as before, it was only positive. Lots of people glanced at me , looked at Bertha, and then gave me a big smile. People made room for me and opened doors for me where before without Bertha I got rude remarks when I walked slowly and tried to find handholds. Yes, Bertha is a sign that I am handicapped. She also indicates that I‘m still a happy, positive and stylish person!”
“Every single time I go out, people stop me and want to admire my rollator. I have even been stopped in the hospital by a Doctor who was interested in it”.