A rollator that treks with you, on all-terrain.
Load up your Trionic Trek All-Terrain Walker and head for exciting adventures. It has a multitude of storage options for your gear. This Trionic Veloped, the Trek All-Terrain Walker allows those with more limited mobility challenges the thrill of hiking and walking more rugged topography. Like the SUV of the auto world, this is a specialty vehicle, especially engineered to provide optimal performance in the off-road setting. With your Trionic Veloped Trek Walker you won't have to worry about the terrain defeating your equipment.
With dual wheel technology and special knobby tires, the Trionic Trek All-Terrain Veloped provides adequate defenses to guide you through the rockiest terrain. A cushioned handle absorbs shock efficiently. Webbed seating provides a wonderful respite when you decide it's time to take a few minutes to just soak in your environment.
Many enjoy the durability of this rugged walker; be it in the rainforest or urban jungle!
The Trionic Story-In Their Words:
Regardless of your choice of activity, the Trionic Walker will be your faithful supporter when you go
walking, exercising, shopping, hiking or golf playing. Through its unique design it promotes physical activity and quality of life. The Trionic Walker has been developed at the Royal Technical Institute in Sweden. Trionic offers you superior support and comfort when walking outdoors. Contrary to a conventional rollator it gives you fantastic access to any outdoor environment and enables you to be physically active at a very high degree. The Trionic Walker is designed with a focus on walking outdoors in the most extreme of landscape.
The patented climbing wheel, 3-wheel design and air-filled tires work in unison for a totally new walking experience. It climbs curbs and other obstacles with ease and turns cobblestones, gravel, grass, snow and off-road trails into pure pleasure instead of a bumpy and unpleasant venture.
The height can of course be adjusted to suit users of different sizes. To make transport easy, the Trionic Walker can be folded together and also partly dismounted. A hub brake with motion and parking brake functions provides increased safety and causes minimal tire wear. The Trionic Walker has an ergonomic grip bar that offers several grip positions, and while seated it acts as
a back support. When the seat is slid forward it provides more walking space, and in combination with the shape of the grip bar the tendency to walk with a more upright posture increases. And looking cool when out walking doesn’t hurt. The Trionic Walker has been awarded as winner of the
Swedish design award “Aluminum Design”, founded by the Swedish aluminum industry.
Go Trionic Walking:
It’s a great way to improve your fitness and burn more calories while enjoying the outdoors. If you are in need of walking support, it’s the perfect choice for an active lifestyle. We call it Trionic Walking - a fun and easy way to exercise that everyone can take part in, regardless of age or physical ability. With Trionic Walking you’ll make quick progress on your way to a healthier and longer life.
Trionic Walking relies on the specially designed Trionic Walker. Exercising should always be fun and there are different versions of the Trionic Walker for your choice of activity; fitness walking, golfing, hiking, hunting, traveling and comfortable city living.
Trionic Walking Offers You Several Advantages:
Greatly reduced impact and stress on your ankles, knees, hips and back
Excellent support, safety and comfort while you are exercising
Increased heart rate and improved training effect by including your upper body
Increased energy consumption compared to regular walking
Lots of fresh air and our beautiful nature as your new playground
Positive Health Effects:
•Walking for a total of 30 minutes a day meets a doctors’ recommendations for physical activity
•Daily physical activity is the single most important measure to stay healthy and live longer
•Moderate exercise like walking helps protect the body from many illnesses and conditions, including heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, overweight and the most common type of diabetes and many cancers
•When setting the goal to reach the habit to walk 30 minutes daily, initially this doesn’t have to be done in one walk
•Starting out gently you can divide it into two or three walks
•Always remember, every single step counts.
ELDERLUXE presents a wonderful collection of unique Walkers, Rollators and other walking equipment. These assistive aids help in rehabilitating injured users and to allow users with more temporary or permanent disabilities the ability to move more independently. With or without wheels, walkers and rollators will give users more freedom to travel where and when they wish. You will find our selection of brands like Etac, Trionic, Access Active and Breeze, Volaris, Standers, Dolomite (including this bariatric designed Maxi+), Medline and Drive to fit your individual needs for a walker or rollator.
Walkers with & without wheels
This is the standard walker you see everyday. Built with telescoping aluminum supports, the standard walker is a great way for individuals with injuries or disabilities to get around. Better support than a rollator. Rollators (Rolling Walkers)
A rollator is basically a standard walker with tires attached. Unlike a regular walker, a rollator doesn’t involve the lift that a normal walker requires. Makes walking a smoother process. A rollator however requires that the user be stable enough to not let it get away from them since it has rolling wheels.
Knee walkers can be utilized by individuals that have an injury in one leg. They are a perfect alternative to crutches and allow an individual to move without pain or difficulty.
Choosing a Walker or Rollator
Before purchasing a walker, rollator, or other walking aid be sure to keep these considerations in mind.
Height of the user– If the walking aid is too low, it will encourage bad posture. Make sure to purchase with this in mind. Many walking aids have the ability to adjust for height considerations.
Weight of the user– If the walking aid can’t support the user than it is virtually useless. Make sure to verify the maximum weight capacity.
Handgrips– Most walking aids have either molded plastic or foam rubber handgrips. Some handgrips can be adjusted to the users preference. There are also options in handgrips that are specifically designed to spread weight over a wider area of the palm.
3 Legged Frames– Three leg frames allow for greater maneuverability but are less stable than 4 legged frames. Great for getting through smaller spaces.
4 Legged Frames – Four leg frames are more stable allowing the user to maneuver through tougher terrain. Since they are bulkier, they may not be good for tight spaces. Good for individuals that go outside.
Wheels(for rollators) – The wheels of your rollator can be large or small. The larger they are the easier it is to get over tougher obstacles. Smaller wheels are more suited for indoor use. Wheels can also be fixed or have a swivel.
Brakes (for rollators)– There are three types of breaks in a rollator. Pressure, cable, and locking. They all have good points and bad. Make sure to ask your supplier for information on the strengths and weaknesses of each type.
Indoor vs Outdoor – Two walkers may be the answer. A rollator for outdoor use and a standard walker for indoor. If you have separate levels to your house or apartment you may also consider getting one for each flour.
The key to better mobility and safety is correctly matching the walking aid to the user’s needs, abilities, limitations, and environment.