Stable freedom of movement with optimal braking
Without a walker or two-sided crutches, I am permanently bound to a location. I have tried several rollators over the years, such as the Nitro, the Topro Troja and the Alevo Carbon.
The biggest weakness of all rollators are the brakes.
Had been ogling with a Trionic product some time ago and let a specialist prescribe it for me with a long substantiation, but the private health insurance company rejected it because of the allegedly missing listing.
When Trionic's Walker, which is significantly more expensive than other rollators, was advertised, I decided to order it even without the support of the health insurance company.
My Walker was properly packed and delivered after a few days and put into operation immediately.
First impression: You can fully rely on this device.
Visually great, stable in everyday life, security giving. It does not wobble, it overcomes easily small obstacles, it can also be used as a comfortable seat if required and the brakes are outstanding. Even when the terrain is inclined, the brakes hold safely and without a problem the weight of the rollator itself and of its user (approx. 100 kg). Overall, the Maybach among the walkers.
But after so many positives, I also have to say that the Walker is not a lightweight. Since I cannot stand freely without leaning on something, I cannot put it in the car without outside help. For this, my kind neighbour and friend supports and accompanies me almost every day for our 90-minute hikes in the nature. Thanks to the friend and the Trionic Walker for the newly gained freedom of movement with fantastic brakes.