MULTIPLE CUES TO BREAK A FREEZE & PACE YOUR WALKING
Parkinson's disease can make it challenging to maintain balance and walk with ease. The Rollz Motion Rhythm Rollator is designed to help individuals with Parkinson's disease improve their mobility and remain independent. One of the unique features of the Rollz Motion Rhythm Rollator is its cues to help your walking.
Three adjustable cues gives you the option of multiple combinations. Each cue can be adjusted to your preference, combined in different ways or deactivated altogether, giving you complete control.
These three cues work in harmony to provide a multi-sensory aid for individuals with Parkinson's disease while walking with the Rollz Rhythm rollator. The audio, vibration, and laser cues all work together to enhance balance and stability, reducing the risk of falls and increasing confidence.
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What is in the box?
- A one rollator
- B one module that gives you control of the cues
- C one seat basket to carry your items
- D the seat cushion
Additional accessories can be added including wheelchair package, footrests, slow down brakes and any of the Rollz Motion accessories.
A: The Rollz Motion Rhythm is a rollator walker for people with Parkinson’s or other neurological diseases. The three cues (vibration, metronome, and laser line) can trigger a walking rhythm or can start a walking movement.
A: The three cues on the Parkinson rollator walker can be combined in different ways and (de)activated on the go. This allows you to always have the right cue at the right moment. Each cue can be adjusted to fit your needs in terms of speed, intensity, and duration. This way, any person living with Parkinson’s disease can use it in their own rhythm.
A: The Rollz Motion Rhythm weighs 11.6 kg.
A: The maximum weight capacity is 125kgs and only for one person to sit on. Rollz International cannot guarantee safety when there is more than one person sitting on the seat.
A: The Rollz Rhythm is designed by Rollz International, BV in the Netherlands. It is the result of significant research and development. Rollz has received a number of awards for the Rollz Motion design including 2012 Red Dot Award, which is one of the world's most prestigious design awards that has been won by other well-known design oriented companies such as Apple, Bose, BMW and Porsche. Rollz oversees the manufacturing of its products in Taiwan by a family owned company that pride themselves on quality.
A: The frame of the Rollz Performance is made from extruded aluminium.
A: The inverted handles ensure that you stand a lot closer to the frame and also stand tall.
The inverted handles also means there is less strain on your wrists. Instead of steering with your wrists like you would with traditional walkers, the inverted handles means you steer more with the palms of your hand and naturally use all of your arm with less effort.
Having inverted handled means you won't need to lean forward or be hunched when pushing the walker.
There's an older video here showing this (the Rollz Motion in the video is in one of the older colours) but the concept still remains the same.
A: Yes, the handles on the Rollz Rhythm rollator is height adjustable with a range of 87-98cm.
A: This is possible if you buy the wheelchair package as an accessory. With this package you can transform the Parkinson rollator walker into a wheelchair, and you can sit down while somebody pushes it.
A: Yes. Just like the Rollz Motion and the Performance, The Rollz Rhythm can easily fold together in one seamless motion, making it easy to pop in the car.
A: No. As people with Parkinson's are usually looking to use this as a rollator to walk, the Wheelchair Package is not included. Rollz have also made it this way to help keep the cost down, as it is already more expensive than their other models due to the electronics. If you do want the wheelchair package to add on, it must be ordered as an accessory and will be added to the box. Contact us if you would like to do this.