Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo

Drive Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo
Price Guarantee
557350
Our Price
$159.36
Lower Price in Cart

    See lower price in cart



List
$350.59
You Save
$191.23 (54%)
Choose an Option
= most popular choice
Sale Icon
60% Off List + Free Shipping over $50. Offer Ends Midnight Thursday. Details
Other Info
IDs
Average Customer Rating
4.5/5 Stars
(46 ratings)
Other Options
Q&A
Pin It
Normally in Stock. Usually ships in 3-5 days.
Drive
Drive

Frequently Ordered Together

Customers buy this product with the Invacare Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads

Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo
Quick Look
and

Get Both For Only: $164.07

This Product:
Duet Transport ... - Burgundy - Each $159.36
Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads... - 23" x 36" Absorbs 1200cc - Each $4.71

Customers who viewed this product also viewed:

Guardian Envoy 480 Deluxe Rolling Walker
Quick Look
19% viewed
Guardian Envoy 480 Deluxe Rolling Walker
5/5 Stars
(53 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $273.22 
You Save: $149.03 (54%)
Choose Options for Guardian Envoy 480 Deluxe Rolling Walker
Drive Aluminum Rollator
Quick Look
13% viewed
Drive Aluminum Rollator
4.5/5 Stars
(33 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $151.80 
You Save: $82.80 (54%)
Choose Options for Drive Aluminum Rollator
Breast Cancer Awareness Pink 4 Wheeled Rollator
Quick Look
10% viewed
Breast Cancer Awareness Pink 4 Wheeled Rollator
5/5 Stars
(17 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $264 
You Save: $144 (54%)
Add Breast Cancer Awareness Pink 4 Wheeled Rollator  to Cart
Airgo Navigator - Transport Chair and Walker
Quick Look
8% viewed
Airgo Navigator - Transport Chair and Walker
3.5/5 Stars
(3 ratings)
Our Price:
Choose Options for Airgo Navigator - Transport Chair and Walker
Excel Translator Rollator and Wheelchair Combo
Quick Look
7% viewed
Excel Translator Rollator and Wheelchair Combo
4/5 Stars
(2 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $538.25 
You Save: $293.59 (54%)
Add Excel Translator Rollator and Wheelchair Combo to Cart
Soft Seat Aluminum Rollator with Straight Backrest
Quick Look
7% viewed
Soft Seat Aluminum Rollator with Straight Backrest
4/5 Stars
(17 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $150.94 
You Save: $82.33 (54%)
Choose Options for Soft Seat Aluminum Rollator with Straight Backrest
Ultra Lightweight Aluminum Rollator
Quick Look
7% viewed
Ultra Lightweight Aluminum Rollator
4.5/5 Stars
(28 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $250.23 
You Save: $136.49 (54%)
Choose Options for Ultra Lightweight Aluminum Rollator
Ultralight Rollator
Quick Look
6% viewed
Ultralight Rollator
4.5/5 Stars
(21 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $219.89 
You Save: $119.94 (54%)
Choose Options for Ultralight Rollator
Invacare Bariatric Rollator - 400 lbs Capacity
Quick Look
6% viewed
Invacare Bariatric Rollator - 400 lbs Capacity
4.5/5 Stars
(38 ratings)
Our Price:
List:  $263.89 
You Save: $143.94 (54%)
Choose Options for Invacare Bariatric Rollator - 400 lbs Capacity

Features

Drive Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo

  • It's a Rollator and a Transport Chair!
  • Available in Blue, Black or Burgundy
  • 300 lbs weight capacity

Product Overview

Drive Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo

Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo


The latest innovation from Drive Medical, the Duet Transport Chair & Rollator combines the features of a Transport Chair and a Rollator in one unique product. The individual can ambulate by themselves or be pushed by a caregiver. The foot rest folds down when used as a Transport Chair and folds up and out of the way when used as a Rollator. The Duet is comfortable and easy to use. Comfortable padded seat with a large underseat pouch for safe storage of personal items. Inside the pouch is a handle to aid with the folding.


Transport Chair
or
Rollator

Duet Transport Chair/Rollator Features
  • Combines the features of a rollator and transport chair in one unit. An individual can ambulate independently or be pushed safely by a care giver.
  • The Duet has locking flip up armrests and a flip down footrest to aid the user while the Duet is used in the transport chair mode. A safety lock release is used to store the arms and a velcro strap is used to store the footrest while using the Duet for ambulation.
  • The tool-free two position contoured padded back rest is reversible depending on whether you are using the Duet in an ambulatory or transport chair mode.
  • Easy release loop locks.
  • Comfortable padded seat with a large underseat pouch for safe storage of personal items. Inside the pouch is a handle to aid with the folding.
  • The folding frame has a lock out feature to insure the unit stays open while in use and insures the unit will stay folded during transport.
  • Large 8 inch casters are used for both indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Duet Transport Chair/Rollator Color Options


Place Your Order Here

Drive Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo

795B - Blue

795BU - Burgundy

795BK - Black



Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo Reviews Summary

Allegro Medical does not endorse, recommend or sponsor any customer product reviews, ideas or advice.
Average Rating
46 reviews
43 out of 45 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy To Use (22)
Well Constructed (21)
Supports Weight (20)
Lightweight (18)
Safe (18)
Top Cons

Difficult To Store (2)
Heavy But it's 2 Machines (1)
Unsafe (1)
When in restaurants (1)
Heavy (1)
Top Best Uses

Indoors (17)
Short Distances (15)
Outdoors (13)
Long Distances (8)
Wet Weather (1)
1-5 of 46 reviews
1 2 3
Stability an issue Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight. Easy To Use.
Cons:
Unsafe.
Best Uses:
Indoors. Short Distances.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

Not very stable as a transport chair on uneven surfaces also top heavy when getting off the seat I fell getting out.Great as a walker. [...]

by NanPauline from Depew, NY
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
4 out of 5 found this review helpful
Just like having your own Transformer!

Pros:
Lightweight. Well Constructed. Easy To Use.
Cons:
Difficult To Store.
Best Uses:
Indoors. Outdoors. Long Distances.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver. Daughter.

This is a great invention. Just a quick move of the padded bar, rotate two handles, and push down the foot rest and Viola! it is a wheel chair. It takes at the most 45 seconds from one to the other. No attachments to carry. At nineteen pounds it is light enough to throw in the backseat or larger trunk. It does collapse some, but does not really become very small. I bought my Mom the bright blue. Very cool. Now she can rest with it as a walker or if we are at the mall and she gets tired, just a few moments and I can push her easily to the stores. What a deal!

by DocTalk from Erie, PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
The best of both Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Easy To Use. Safe. Supports Weight. Well Constructed.
Best Uses:
Short Distances. Outdoors. Indoors.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

This product is a life-saver (possibly in the literal sense). My 88 year old grandfather is able to walk with assistance almost all of the time, but when he needs help, he really needs to be able to sit and be pushed to his destination. He just could not understand why that was not an option with our previous walker (whose wheel snapped off, dumping my grandfather on the ground, when he tried this with a relative who disregarded the instruction manual and the many dire warnings specifically prohibiting it). Now we have a great-looking, extremely sturdy and portable walker that also doubles as a perfectly safe and comfortable transport chair when it needs to be called into service as such. This is a fantastic product and I cannot recommend it highly enough. Thus far we have only used it indoors, but from the construction and the way it handles, I believe it will work just as well for short distances outdoors. Of course, there is no way I would go over large bumps or curbs or anything like that, but for getting to and from the car, this could be a great help. If you are in a situation similar to the one I have described, I think you might really benefit from the rollator/transfer chair combo. I am so glad we got one -- it is a huge relief to me, and I know that my grandfather feels a lot better knowing he has the option of riding if he doesn't feel up to walking.

by Elizabeth the good grandd from Riverside, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
13 out of 13 found this review helpful
Best of both worlds

Pros:
Stores Easily. Easy To Use. Well Constructed. Supports Weight. Safe.
Cons:
Heavy.
Best Uses:
Outdoors. Short Distances. Indoors. Long Distances.
Describe Yourself:
Walking/standing limited. Long Term User.

I like this Duet rollator/transport chair by Drive, as it has characteristics of both a rollator and a transport chair, it can hold more weight than the standard lightweight rollators, and it folds down quite well. The Duet functions as a rollator, which I can use for walking on my own and sitting when the pain is too much. It also functions as a transport chair, which I can have a friend use to push me when I am in too much pain to walk. You sit in it one way when using it as a rollator and the opposite way when being pushed in it as a transport chair. The transition from rollator to transport chair is actually pretty easy. The back support easily transfers locations (with a simple push-pin lock/release). The foot support swings down when needed for the transport chair function, and up and out of the way for rollator function. (The foot support stays in place well, too.) There are additional arm supports/grab bars for use in the transport chair function that can be swung up or down, as preferred. I didn't see information on this in the instructions, but I figured out that there is a squeeze release on these arm support handles that allows them to be swung down out of the way or up and locked. Swinging these arm supports down out of the way can make it easier to get in and out of the seat when using it as a transport chair if you need extra room, as the arm supports aim in toward the seat just a little bit. Alternatively, by leaving the arm supports up, they can help those who need extra support while getting in or out of the chair. I prefer to leave them down and out of the way. The Duet is heavy-duty and can handle up to 300 pounds, if I recall, but it is also very easy to store, as it collapses down quite well, despite being a bit heavier than lightweight rollators. The extra weight does not bother me, but I could see how it might be too heavy for some users who cannot lift much weight. That is the only reason I listed it as a con. The Duet collapses down for storage by pulling a release pin on the side and picking up the handle in the seat. The pin not only keeps the Duet from folding up when in use (which is nice), but also keeps it locked in place when collapsed (which makes it easier to move in and out a vehicle, for example). Actually, I have found that if you have limited room, if you pull out the pin again after it is collapsed flat, and you move the wheels a bit so they nest, it will collapse even further than when in the

by Kevin from Sacramento, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
27 out of 27 found this review helpful
I would NOT buy this product again

Pros:
Supports Weight.
Cons:
Seat is very uncomfortabl.
Best Uses:
Short Distances.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly.

The hole in the seat to lift it is very uncomfortable when sitting on as a wheelchair. I see no need for the hole as I have a walker that does not have a hole and lifts very easy without the hole.I called DRIVE customer service to see if I could purchase a seat without the hole and was told they had nothing to replace it with. I would not have bought it if I had known wwhat I know now.

by Stupid from Palmetto , fl
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 46 reviews
1 2 3

Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo is also listed in these categories:

Question and Answer
Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo
Ask the community about this product and get answers. Share your knowledge and advice. Learn More about Q&A.
Ask Question
Q and A Hands
11 Questions | 3 Answers
Question:
The width of the seat on the Duet Transport Chair & Rollator Combo lists as only15.5 Inches. Is this correct?
Asked on Sep 3, 2014 12:53:21 PM by Don from DE
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(1) Yes - (1) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
What is the total width? I want to know if can pass my door
Asked on Jun 13, 2014 4:43:43 PM by Rafael from Staten island
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(0) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
does the duet transport chair and rollator can you adjust the height, wwhat is the height of the chair?
Asked on Jun 6, 2014 11:25:08 AM by Tricia danies from home
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(0) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
Can you add a basket for quick shopping
Asked on May 9, 2014 8:38:28 PM by Loll from FL
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(5) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
does the Allegro ID: 557350 fold up to put Van. i have order several rollator but i need something that my husband can push me around in when I have be moce around.
Asked on May 8, 2013 8:44:42 PM by Becky from NC
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(0) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
Is the foot rest removable
Asked on Oct 19, 2012 9:19:32 AM by Tim from Florida
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(4) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
How do I get replacement parts?
Asked on Jul 17, 2012 6:45:01 PM by Jerry from Bellingham, Wash.
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(3) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Answer this question
2 answers
Answer:
You call Allegro and they get it from the company for you.
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 4:40:37 PM by Keith from New York
This answer was helpful!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(1) Yes - (1) No
Report as inappropriate
Answer:
Drive
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 4:41:16 PM by Keith from New York
This answer was helpful!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(0) Yes - (3) No
Report as inappropriate
Question:
1. WHAT IS THE WIDTH OF THE FOOT REST? 2. WHERE CAN I SEE ONE?
Asked on Aug 7, 2011 10:54:41 PM by JIM from ROCKLIN, ca
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(2) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
Does this duet rollator also come with a seat that is 24" in height? I need a "duet rollator" for a man who is 6' 5 l/2" tall. Any suggestions where I can get one, name of brand, mfg, etc. I have to order "in network," and I am attempting to find a duet that is identical to the Nova Zoom 24, Item #4224 (but it must be duet). Thanks!
Asked on Jun 18, 2011 5:21:46 PM by Karen from California
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(4) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
how sturdy is the rollator? is it strong enough for a 290lb man?
Asked on Jun 17, 2011 10:25:47 AM by shorty from la
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(11) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Be the first to share!
Question:
RE Allegro 557350. How much does it weigh and does it collapse and or fold up in anyway in order fit into the back of our car? Thanks
Asked on May 15, 2011 11:12:11 AM by Mom from Chicago
Yeah, good question!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(15) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate
Know the answer? Answer this question
1 answer
Answer:
2ND REQUEST - PLEASE RESPOND 1. What is the width of the footrest? 2. Where can I see one?
Answered on Aug 12, 2011 3:34:30 PM by JIM from ROCKLIN, ca 95765
This answer was helpful!
Yes Vote
No Vote
(1) Yes - (0) No
Report as inappropriate

Part Number(s): 776 0029 02, 776 0029 05, 776 0029 09

Mfg Part Number(s): 795B, 795BU, 795BK