The Duet Rollator/transport chair combines the convenience and innovative features of a rollator walker and a transport wheelchair to provide better safer mobility.
An individual can ambulate easily and independently with this Duet Rollator/Transport chair when used as a rolling walker, or be used as a wheelchair being pushed safely by a caregiver.
The Duet Rollator/Transport chair with 8” wheels allows smooth use indoors or outdoors on uneven surfaces with this dual function Duet rollator/transport chair.
This Duet rollator/transport chair comes in three colors Blue,Black, and Burgundy with a cushioned seat and padded back rest.
When the Duet Rollator/Transport Chair is used as a transport chair the arms flip down and locks, the footrests flip down and locks.
The Duet Rollator/Transport chair weights only 20 lbs. has ergonomic shaped handles which are adjustable along with the back rest.
The folding frame of the Duet Rollator/Transport chair has a lock-out feature to ensure the unit stays open while inuse and ensures the unit will stay closed when in transport.
Combines the features of a rollator and transport chair in one unit An individual can ambulate independently or be pushed safely by a caregiver
To use as a transport chair the Duet has locking flip-up armrests (Figure A – Figure C) and a flip-down footrest (Figure D) to aid the user A safety lock release is used to store the arms and a hook and loop fastener strap is used to store the footrest while using the Duet for ambulation
The tool-free two-position contoured padded backrest is reversible depending on whether you are using the Duet as a rollator or in transport chair mode
Comes with padded seat with carry pouch for added privacy and security of personal items Inside the pouch is a handle to aid with the folding
The folding frame has a lock-out feature to ensure the unit stays open while in use and ensures the unit will stay folded during transport
8″ casters are ideal for indoor and outdoor use
Handles are adjustable in height, with self-threading knob (Figure E)