Nitro Duet Rollator Walker and Transport Chair

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Nitro Duet Rollator Walker and Transport Chair

Sometimes you want to walk and sometimes you just need a ride. The Nitro Duet provides for both. It functions as both a rollator as well as a transport chair.  When you want to walk, use the Duet as a rollator. Stop and take a rest if you need. When someone wants to push you on a longer rider, simply reverse the backrest and drop down the leg rests and armrests to create a transport chair. What a great solution! 

  • The backrest reverses without tools depending on whether you are using the Nitro Duet as a rollator or transport chair
  • Back support height easily adjusts with tool-free buttons
  • The 10" front wheels allow for comfort and easy maneuverability 
  • Cross-brace design allows for side-to-side folding and added stability
  • Brake cables are routed inside the frame add safety and convenience

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What Makes the Nitro Duet Different:
It is multi functional and looks great too. 

Why I Like It:
As an occupational therapist I know it is hard to accept when you need to use a walker. It is a change. When you have one you love, it is SO much better :) I also love that this is both a walker and a wheelchair so you don't have to choose. 

Here are some of the measurements and specifics,

  • Max. Weight Capacity:  300 lbs
  • Overall Dimensions:  40" x 23.5" x 37"
  • Weight: 22 lbs
  • Handle Height: 32" - 37" for those 5'3" to 6'2"
  • Seat Height: 20" 
  • Seat Dimensions: 17.5" x 13"
  • 10" front casters for easy rolling
  • Adjustable contoured backrest
  • Cross-brace design for added safety 
  • Large and convenient storage bag included 
  • Comes fully assembled and ready to go!

 ** Please note ** The Nitro Duet can not be shipped by Express Mail due to the size and weight of the package**

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Good but design flaw

We have had this for about 5 years with no issues. I wish they would address a design flaw the big wheels on the front make is difficult to maneuver over uneven surfaces. You have to go backwards and that works fine but not practical.