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The Drive Duet Transport Chair Rollator Review

December 25, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 192

My MS has progressed to the point that I don't go out in public without walking assistance. With Multiple Sclerosis some days I need a walker and others a wheelchair; everyday is an adventure! Some days I can walk at least short distances and others I need to be pushed around! You can imagine my relief when I found The Drive Duet Transport Chair Rollator! Every time I am using my rollator, either by walking or sitting, someone comments!

When I am shopping, I can walk around the store, stop and sit until I'm recharged and strong enough to walk again.

If I'm getting pushed, this transport chair also features a comfortable footrest that folds down when being used as a wheel chair or folds up and out of the way when being used as a walker.

The Drive Duet Transport Chair Rollator is one of the first products to combine a walker and wheel chair into one easy to use mobility device. It only weighs about 19 pounds and is one of the few transport chairs that folds up so it's easy to get into the trunk or the back seat of the car or fit alongside a bed when not in use.

The Duet features a comfortable, contoured back rest that has two adjustable positions that can be attached to the front or back providing maximum user comfort.

There is also a seat lock on The Duet Transport Chair Rollator that prevents the duet from accidentally folding up when in use or unfolding when being removed from the trunk. The comfortable padded seat even lifts up, providing easy access to the large carrying pouch and so no space is wasted.

The large 8 casters (wheels) provide a smooth ride over any surface whether you are being pushed or using the walker. I have found that when crossing the threshold of doors in public buildings, the 'driver' of this wheel chair often needs to back in to get over the bump.

Duet Transport Chair Rollator weighs 19 lbs so it's not too heavy to lift into the trunk. When the Rollator is open it's about 25.5 inches wide and 37 inches high.

I have honestly been able to keep my mobility with the convenience of this walker that converts into a wheel chair! I have been able to travel all over the country alone. I fly with airlines who provide assistance to push me to the proper gate, where I can walk around until departure time. When I'm ready to board the plane I turn the walker around, sit, flip the footrest down the handles up and sit comfortably until the assistant is ready to push me to the plane entrance.

Like I said, I don't get pushed around in public without people commenting! I decided to become an affiliate for The Drive Duet Transport Chair Rollator. When you buy it from my site, MSrelief.com, I'll receive a small commission for your purchase at no extra cost to you. Knowing the satisfaction you'll receive from this purchase warms my heart

Find your joy,

Linda

Linda Grace Cox I am a happily married mother of 8 with 6 grandchildren. I love helping others find joy while living with Multiple Sclerosis and other chronic conditions.

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