As the world’s only hands-free, upright, virtually fall-safe mobility aid, LifeGlider can make a big difference in your life.

Follow these 3 easy steps to get started:

1) Read "Are You Ready for a LifeGlider?"

2) Choose the right size for you

3) Add to cart and choose payment options

Under the Maximum Weight Limitations?

The weight limit for the Standard or Tall model is 275 lbs or less.
The weight limit for the Small model is 200 lbs or less.

Stable Enough to Safely Stand and Buckle In?

To safely get into your LifeGlider, you need to be able to stand long enough to get buckled in (with help is ok). It usually takes about a minute. 

Can You Buckle and Unbuckle a Seat Belt?

To use your LifeGlider safely, you need to be able to buckle and unbuckle the safety belt - it is similar to an airline seat belt - and use the brake (which can be on the left or right side). 

Small Model

For heights between 4'6" and 5'2", with a minimum of a 22" inseam, up to 200 pounds. (1.37 – 1.58 meters, 91kg)

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Standard Model

For heights between 5'3" and 5' 9" with a minimum of a 27" inseam, up to 275 pounds (1.60 – 1.75 meters, 125kg).

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Tall Model

For heights between 5' 10" and 6' 4" with a minimum of a 33" inseam, up to 275 pounds (1.78 – 1.93 meters, 125kg).

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If you are ready to buy your LifeGlider now, follow the guidelines above, to make sure you get the right size, and that LifeGlider is appropriate for you. While we have helped thousands of people improve their lives through better mobility, it is not perfect for every mobility challenge. So please make sure it is right for you.

If you prefer to order via phone, or have any questions, call +1 (800) 304-0452, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Watch LifeGlider in Action

Aging & Awesome

This LifeGlider customer continues to enjoy the outdoors, even with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

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Cerebral Palsy

Actor and motivational speaker Geri Jewell shows how the LifeGlider helps those with cerebral palsy.

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Multiple Sclerosis

LifeGlider enables Josie to work on-site in her Silicon Valley office, despite the progression of her MS.

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