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Selecting The Right Model for You

The Varsity and Spark are designed and built to the same standards, and arrive in the US only after years in production and consumer testing. No matter which model you choose, you can't go wrong.

Selecting The Right Model for You

The Varsity and Spark are designed and built to the same standards, and arrive in the US only after years in production and consumer testing. No matter which model you choose, you can't go wrong.

Varsity Logo
Spark Logo
Varsity Logo
A photo of the 8" low-profile wheel on a white background

8" Low-profile Tires

Ideal for a mix of carpeted, flat indoor, and smooth outdoor surfaces.

Spark Logo
A photo of the 8" all-surface wheel on a white background

8" Off-sidewalk Tires

Ideal for outdoor use, walking tracks, and other terrain.

Carbon Fiber

Aluminum

Carbon Fiber

Close-up of the Spark Carbon Fiber logo on the side of the rollator, detailing the carbon fiber texture and glossy finish

Generally speaking, everybody should go with a carbon fiber frame because it is the absolute easiest to lift in and out of a car.

If the weight is critical, go with carbon fiber

Aluminum

Close-up of the Varsity logo on the side of the rollator, detailing the metallic, red paint and glossy finish

Depending on your lifestyle the extra weight of aluminum might not be an issue. For example, if you don't often drive alone.

If weight is not critical, aluminum is the more economical choice.