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Walker User Guide

Trionic Walker

The Walker 9er is your perfect rollator to use both indoors and outdoors. With its 9” wheels and extra-soft PU-tires you’ll enjoy high comfort and a well-balanced performance. It’s light and compact for easy storage and transport. The Walker 12er is your faithful companion when you are heading outdoors. Its 12” wheels and air-filled tires guarantee a very comfortable ride, and it’s perfect for every urban and outdoor area. The Tronic Walker 14er is the world’s first rollator with 14” big wheels. At Trionic we call it the “terminator” as it leaves all other rollators trailing behind it. This machine helps you walk longer distances at a quicker pace and with greater ease.

All the new Trionic Walker rollators are equipped with a synchronized steering feature (patent pending) that eliminates the problems with shimmying and skewed swivel wheels.

The Walkers are tested and approved according to the international standard ISO-11199-2:2005, for a maximum user weight of 150 kg.


Technical Data

  Walker 9er Walker 12er S Walker 12er Walker 14er
Min. height: 74 cm 71 cm 76 cm 81 cm
Max. height: 94 cm 86 cm 96 cm 100 cm
Width: 66 cm 69 cm 69 cm 69 cm
Length: 68 cm 81 cm 81 cm 85 cm
Seat height: 62 cm 56 cm 62 cm 62 cm
Seat width: 43 cm 46 cm 46 cm 46 cm
Wheel size: 9"/23 cm 12"/31 cm 12"/31 cm 14"/36 cm
Size folded L68xW28xH82 cm L81xW28xH88 cm L81xW28xH88 cm L85xW28xH90 cm
Size folded without wheels: L61xW28xH74 cm L67xW28xH76 cm L67xW28xH76 cm L67xW28xH76 cm
Weight without wheels: 6,8 kg 6,7 kg 6,8 kg 6,9 kg
Max. user weight: 150 kg 150 kg 150 kg 150 kg

Safety

  • Both brakes should be locked in parking mode before you use the seat.
  • Before you start walking with the Walker, make sure it’s completely unfolded.
  • Be extra careful in steep terrain and on slanting ground.
  • The stability of the Veloped is tested with a basket load of 5 kg. If you load additional weight to the basket, make sure to distribute the weight evenly in the basket.

First Time Use

1. To unfold the Walker, pull the two hand grips away from each other.

2. Lock the Walker in walking mode by pressing the two rear corners of the seat distinctly downwards. You should hear a “click” when the Walker locks into walking mode.

3. Before using the walker, make sure that the unfolding mechanism has locked securely in place.

4. Adjust the grips to the correct height by using the quick-release levers, as described in the chapter «Grip Height Adjustment».


Motion Brake

Motion Brake

To operate the motion brake, pull the brake lever upwards. Brake with both levers at the same time.


Parking Brake

You can engage the parking brake in 3 different ways.

Option 1: Push the lower red parking trigger downwards with your index finger, while you pull the brake lever at the same time. Make sure that the parking brake is engaged, and that the Veloped does not move.

Option 2: Pull the upper red parking trigger rearwards with your thumb, while you pull the brake lever at the same time. Make sure that the parking brake is engaged.

Option 3: Use both hands. Pull the upper red parking trigger rearwards with one hand, while you pull the brake lever with your other hand. Make sure that the parking brake is engaged.

To release the parking brake, brake in the same manner as for using the motion brake.


Grip Height Adjustment

1. Release the quick-release lever positioned just above the seat by folding it outwards horizontally.

2. Slide the hand grip up-/downwards to your preferred grip height.

3. Lock the hand grip at the chosen height by folding the quick-release lever to its closed position.

4. NOTE: Do not operate the quick-release levers like wing nuts or screws.


Grip Angle Adjustment

The angle of the grips can be adjusted so that you get a comfortable hand position and an optimal support.

1. Loosen the screw on the rear end of the grip with a 4 mm allen key.

2. Turn/rotate the grip to your chosen angle, and lock it in place by tightening the screw again.


Folding the Walker

1. Grab the seat handle and pull it upwards and the Walker will start folding.

1. Grab the seat handle and pull it upwards and the Walker will start folding.

2. Push the two grips handles fully together.

2. Push the two grips handles fully together.


Unfolding the Walker

1. To unfold the Walker, pull the two hand grips away from each other.

2. Lock the Walker in walking corners of the seat distinctly downwards. You should hear a “click” when the Walker locks into walking mode.

3. Before using the Walker, make sure that the unfolding mechanism has locked securely in place.

NOTE! Always engage both parking brakes before you use the seat.


Detaching the Front Wheels

1. Open the quick-release on the front wheel by folding it outwards.

2. Unscrew the nut on the inside of the fork a bit, so that the wheel can be detached from the fork.

3. Remove the front wheel from the fork.

4. NOTE: Do not operate the quick-release levers like wing nuts or screws.


Attaching the Front Wheels

1. Enter the front wheel into the fork, with the quick-release lever positioned on the outside of the Walker.

2. Tighten the nut on the inside of the fork, so that the quick-release gets correctly tensioned when closed.

3. Close the quick-release on the front wheel by folding it inwards. Make sure that the quick-release lever is correctly closed, preferably in a position behind the fork when seen in the traveling direction of the Walker.

4. NOTE: Do not operate the quick-release levers like wing nuts or screws.


Attaching the Rear Wheels

1. Press the steel button at the center of the rear wheel, and the wheel can be detached from the Walker.

2. To attach the rear wheel to the frame again, press the steel button and slide the wheel onto the axle.

3. Check that the wheel is properly attached by pulling/pushing it sideways.


Brake Adjustment

1. If the brakes works poorly, loosen the adjustment screw on each brake lever (counter-clockwise) and lock it in position by screwing the lock-nut towards the handle (clockwise).

Contact your retailer, or the person responsible for servicing your Trionic Walker, if the brakes still works poorly.


Air Pressure

Check the tire air pressure regularly. Trionic recommends a 1.5-2.0 bar tire pressure.

Maximum tire air pressure is 2.5 bar/35 psi.


Safety Instructions

Before use, check that your Trionic Walker functions properly:

  • Check the function of the motion and parking brakes.
  • Make sure that the frame is locked in unfolded walking mode.
  • Check that the grips is properly secured at the correct height.
  • The user’s weight may not exceed 150 kg.
  • An annual control of the product is recommended to ensure its function, either by your dealer or service representative authorized by Trionic.
  • Do not use a defect Trionic Walker.

Service Instructions

In order to maintain function and safety, make sure the following is carried out regularly:

  • Clean the Walker with normal dish washing liquid, water and a dishcloth. Make sure it’s properly dried.
  • Keep the wheels clean with dish washing liquid, water and a plastic brush.
  • Check that screws and levers are tightened properly.
  • If your Walker is not in perfect condition: please immediately contact your retailer/dealer or service representative authorized to service your Trionic Walker.

Trionic does not take responsibility for any alterations (adjustments or inadequate repairs) done to the product without prior authorization.


Guarantee

Guarantee The Trionic Walker includes a 10-year guarantee, excluding parts that are subject to normal wear (tires, tubes, brake pads, brake cables, brake cable housings, grips and textile parts). The guarantee is valid from the date of purchase, and covers Trionic original parts only.

CE labelCE - Trionic Sverige AB ensures that the above mentioned product meets the relevant legislation requirements (1993:584) concerning medical products as well as the specifications contained in the provisions for medical products (LVFS 2003:11). The product meets the specifications in EC’s directive regarding medical technical products 93/42/EEC.


Label

Product label

The Walker is tested and approved according to the provisions in the international standard for walking aid products: ISO 11199-2:2005 «Walking aids manipulated with both arms».

The user’s weight may not exceed 150kg.


Environmentally Friendly

The Trionic Walker is manufactured in the way to have as little negative impact on the environment as possible during its lifecycle. When the product has served its purpose it can be scrapped and the parts can be recycled.

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  • The product’s aluminium components are separated from the remaining parts when sorted for recycling. The parts are sorted into metal, plastic and mixed materials.
  • The greater part of the product is made of aluminium, steel and plastic.
  • Examples of components made of mixed materials are the brake levers, wheels and gripbar.
  • If you are uncertain of how to handle the recyclable material, please contact your local authorities, as different municipalities/recycling companies follow different recycling methods.

Trionic Sverige AB is a member of REPA, PRO Europe (Die Grüne punkt) and fully implements the European Directive on Packaging and Packaging Waste dated December 20, 1994.