Rollz is delighted to announce a strategic collaboration with leading UK producer of fashionable canes, Neo Walk, aimed at raising awareness about attractive mobility aids. Recognizing the importance of providing access to high-quality products for everyone, Rollz and Neo Walk are joining forces to revolutionize the way people perceive and experience mobility assistance devices. Rollz … ContinuedRead More
Rollz announces the launch of the Rollz Motion Electric, a game-changing rollator-electric wheelchair combo designed for effortless mobility.
Rollz International has been selected to receive financial and substantive support to bring its innovations in healthcare towards the market. Alongside Basalt Revalidation Center and Assistive Technology for Mobility and Sports from The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Rollz aims to respond to the growing demand for care by making rehabilitation easier with the help … Continued
Rollz has announced the introduction of its first special rollator edition, called the Rollz Motion Delft Blue. Created on the white frame version of the already famous Rollz Motion rollator and wheelchair combo, this limited series is meant to bring more of the Dutch culture into the company’s products.
Exercising has a positive influence on the physical health of Parkinson’s patients and auditory, visual and tactile cues can help break the freeze of gait.
Rollz International announces the launch of the new Rollz Flex 2 rollator. Offering unmatched comfort, stability and design, Rollz’s newest rollator supports an active lifestyle without having to compromise. This is an updated version of the previous Rollz Flex model introduced in 2016.
Rollz has been awarded a new design prize in 2020, for the ‘Most Innovative Mobility Products Design Company’. The award was offered by Global Health & Pharma Magazine and has been won in the category ‘Healthcare and Pharmaceutical’.
Rollz International launches its UK subsidiary, Rollz Mobility UK ltd, to act as the exclusive distributor for all Rollz rollators from the beginning of 2020, as well as for the entire mobility range of the German company Saljol GMBH, in the UK.
This fall Rollz International is introducing an innovative Parkinson’s rollator with cues at the Rehacare, the international trade fair for rehabilitation and care in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Since June 2018 the Rollz Flex is also available in a smaller version: the Rollz Flex Small. The design of this rollator is adapted for people with a body length of 4 ft 7⅛”to 5 ft 2¾” / 1.40-1.60 m.