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Nitro Duet Rollator and Transport Chair

 
4.5  from  26 reviews
92% recommended

A new design for a unique mobility aid that combines the functionality of a rollator and a transport wheelchair.

Drive Medical

(Model No. RTL10266DT)

$399.00
$499.00
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4.5
 
(26)
5 stars: 57%
 
(15)
4 stars: 34%
 
(9)
3 stars: 3%
 
(1)
2 stars: 3%
 
(1)
1 star: 0%
 
(0)
Features
 
4.7
Quality
 
4.7
Ease of Use
 
4.7
Meets Expectations
 
4.6

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Compact design that folds easily and works best on smooth...

 
3.0 / 5
Strengths:

Easily foldable. Foldable leg-rests. Sturdy frame.

Weaknesses:

The front big wheels wobble at times when going over paved tar road, stone/brick paved streets, etc.

Reviewer:
User Details:

65 yr old cancer patient with pelvic issues who needs to sit down in the transport chair after using the rollator for a short period of time.

Meets Expectations
 
3
Ease of Use
 
3
Quality
 
4
Features
 
4

Love the wheels

 
4.0 / 5
Strengths:

Weight and ease to transport

Weaknesses:

The seat and back rest.

Reviewer:
User Details:

Seems to be pretty sturdy. My husbands weighs about 165 lbs and it rolls easily with him. Seat could be a bit more comfortable, but overall it works

Features
 
4
Quality
 
4
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
3

The 1 thing I would change is the strap for your back, it...

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Easy handling. Not too heavy

Weaknesses:

Backstrap needs to be larger

Reviewer:
User Details:

93 yr old female heart problems

Meets Expectations
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Quality
 
5
Features
 
5

I love it

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Duel use

Weaknesses:

None

Reviewer:
User Details:

Not provided

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Love the dual use.

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Converts to a chair with feet from a walking aid.

Weaknesses:

So far nothing.

Reviewer:
User Details:

Not provided

Meets Expectations
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Quality
 
5
Features
 
5

(No headline provided)

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

The weight

Weaknesses:

Better back rest and safety belt. Improve arm rests

Reviewer:
User Details:

My wife 87 years old requires a walker for short distances but utilizes a rollator for longer jaunts. By utilizing the nitro duet I only have to carry

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Very handy to use

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Big wheels, heavy duty and easy to use and fold

Weaknesses:

Need bariatric Duet Dual Chairs.. at least 20-22 inch wider. Or customize to larger width and height... IN HIGH DEMAND

Reviewer:
User Details:

Perfect, waker & wheelchair and easy to fold and light weight Duet Dual Chair.

Meets Expectations
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Quality
 
5
Features
 
5

This transport chair has been very beneficial for mom when...

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

the chair arrived already assembled and is lightweight, Making it easy to load in the hatchback. It can convert from wheelchair to walker in literally seconds.

Weaknesses:

Although the cup accessory is a good idea it needs to be placed in a different location as it makes the wheelchair to wide and gets knocked off when maneuvering through smaller doorways or halls.

Reviewer:
User Details:

My 84-year-old mother was using a walker and we observed her need for additional help.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

The best

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

The wheels are great and move around easy. When tired, use chair which is great!!

Weaknesses:

None

Reviewer:
User Details:

65, woman with MS, Deaf, numb on left side from head to toes, can't walk very well and can't very far.

Meets Expectations
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Quality
 
5
Features
 
5

Best thing that has happened to me since supplemental...

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Sturdy, comfortable, versatile

Weaknesses:

Not known yet

Reviewer:
User Details:

Brenda, 75, has emphysema.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

Well constructed.

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

Sturdy and can sit and move about.

Weaknesses:

I do not feel there are any weakness problems with this product.

Reviewer:
User Details:

I am user of this product since I recently lost my right leg below the knee. Although I am using my prosthesis learning to walk with rollator.

Meets Expectations
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Quality
 
5
Features
 
5

Both the Nitro Rollator and the new Duet are wonderful...

 
5.0 / 5
Strengths:

It’s stability due in part to the larger wheels; ease of use to convert to the transport chair, and relatively light weight for your caregiver to lift in and out of vehicles. The folding feature is absolutely great, making it unobtrusive both in the home and when out, as in a restaurant, so it isn’t blocking pathways. Also makes it easier to put in the car. So easy to fold and and unfold!

Weaknesses:

I haven’t found a single weakness. I absolutely love both my original Nitro Rollator and this new Duet that allows the option to have my caregiver husband push me if I run out of steam when we’re out. I highly recommend both, not only here, but to anyone who asks me about it. I’ve had numerous people comment and want to know about it and where they can find them for their loved ones who need something more stable to support them.

Reviewer:
User Details:

I have advanced osteoporosis with numerous spinal fractures. Even supported walking is difficult, 10-20 min max for walking without sitting a bit.

Features
 
5
Quality
 
5
Ease of Use
 
5
Meets Expectations
 
5

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