Preston-based company launch Jubilee themed mobility aid

Posted on - 2nd June, 2022 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, Preston News
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An independent living aids shop has launched a range of limited edition mobility aids.


Decorated with union jacks, the rollator dubbed the “Royallator” will give those who need extra support with balance, stability and mobility a patriotic design during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The “Royallator from Preston based, comes with a large clip-on bag that’s perfect for storing picnic sandwiches, a home-made Victoria sponge cake and even a cheeky bottle of fizz!

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It’s one of the lightest rollators available giving amazing manoeuvrability and support when walking to and from the community jubilee celebrations.

And when you need a well-earned rest from all the street- partying, the Royallator is easy to fold down!

Claire Clough, head of digital product sales at Compete Care Shop says: “We know that many of our customers want to continue to lead an active and involved life, and celebrating important national events like the Platinum Jubilee is one way that we can feel connected to friends, family, neighbours and our wider community.

“Having limited mobility doesn’t have to limit showing your personality and flair and we know that some of our clients will appreciate a jazzed-up-jubilee feel! So, no matter how one is celebrating, our special edition “ Royallator ” is a fitting and fun way to feel supported.”

The Royallator costs £129.98 (108.32 with VAT relief if eligible) and is available to order at

If you want to decorate your own then the standard version of the rollator is available for a limited time for £99.98, saving £32.

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