My walker I had from your Company is absolutely marvellous. It's been carried about a lot on buses and trains and although I've gained weight it still supports me. It's as strong as it was when I first had it. It's so tough.
Oh yes, it's my best pal and I've had it a few years now and it never lets me down. It's the best walker I have ever had and I do believe it will be around when I'm gone. How about that for good, excellent workmanship. Whoever made him, I bless the chap. I love my little walker.
I can't thank you enough.
Miss B Hughes
Coventry, West Midlands
Dear Tom & Co,
'A warm note of thanks
To say people like you
Help make the world brighter
By the nice things you do'
I have the Triumph walker which I am so pleased with. Thank you very much for making me more mobile.
Mrs S Sheppardson
I write to express admiration of your aptly named 'Triumph'.
In my 89th year and suffering from advanced arthritis, it is giving me a measure of support and mobility I never expected again.
For sheer ingenuity of design and all round construction it provides a truly encouraging aid.
Mr G L Griffiths
Just a note to say thanks,
I spoke to Maria during the week regarding your stockists in the northwest, consequently
I have just bought a Uniscan 'Cadet' from RDK Bolton .
Your light weight product has given my mother the opportunity to be much more mobile as she can lift it into her car.
You have a good sales team selling a quality product.
All the best for the future.
Mr Paul Crosby
Your agent came to see me and I was very happy to order one of your walking frames. I was very impressed when I received a phone call from your centre to say the frame would be delivered so soon. This was a great relief as the one I had been lent was required back.
I am very pleased with the frame which is a wonderful help. Thank you for the speed and for an excellent aid.
Sister M Henry
I just wanted to give you a bit of feedback.
Yesterday we went to the garden centre which Mum had not been to for ages because of not being able to walk very far. I can honestly say it was quite emotional for me because to watch her walk with the Triumph on her own, independent (apart from me helping her negotiate corners and up and down raised bits) was so good.
What was great was the fact that when she got tired we could put the brakes on and she could have a sit down. So much better than when she was walking with a stick and hanging on to my arm and we would be desperately trying to find a seat for her - 9 times out of 10 there never was one so outings were very restrictive.
It was money well spent and I want to say a big thank you for designing such a lightweight and simple device but which has the effect of being such a huge help. Mum used to be such an active person and it's heartbreaking to see her like this, so anything which gives her a boost is most welcome. The orthopeadic consultant we saw recently said if Mum gives up and goes into a wheel chair that will be it and so it's very important to keep active. We are also making visits to a lovely osteopath who is in agreement that Mum should remain active as long as possible so this walker will enable that.