Nitro Duet Rollator and Transport Chair
A new design for a unique mobility aid that combines the functionality of a rollator and a transport wheelchair.
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
- Functions as a rollator or as a transport chair
- Easily adjustable backrest for both functions
- Cross-brace frame design
- Internal brake cables
- Convenient under seat storage
- 10" front casters for smooth rolling
- Quick-Release Axles: No
- Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
- Weight: 18 lbs.
The Drive Medical Nitro Duet Rollator and Transport Chair is as unique as it is functional. The Nitro Duet functions as both a rollator as well as a transport chair. If you need assistance walking, the Nitro Duet performs as well as any rollator. The 10” front wheels provide a smooth, comfortable roll. If you need a moment to sit and rest, the seat and padded back make for a convenient resting spot. If you are going a longer distance than you may be able to walk with a rollator, you can simply reverse the backrest and drop down the legrests and armrests to create a transport chair.
Pretty much everything about the Nitro Duet is different. The original Duet folded much like a standard rollator and had 8” wheels. The cross-brace design makes for a more rigid and sturdier frame. The cross-brace design also allows the Nitro Duet to fold up narrower and more compact thus making it more convenient to store and transport. A tool-free two-position backrest is reversible depending on whether it is being used as a transport chair or rollator. The 10” front wheels will give a superior roll to the 8” wheels and be friendlier to outdoor usage.
Customers have often requested a piece of equipment that can be used as both a chair and a walker. The Nitro Duet is the piece of equipment we can finally offer to satisfy both needs. What’s best about the Nitro Duet is it does not sacrifice the functioning of a rollator or transport chair while still performing as either. Additional bonuses are the convenient storage space under the seat and the brake cables running inside the frame so as not to get caught or be damaged by being exposed outside the frame.