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Topro Roll Resistance System Drag Brake

by Topro
£130.00
with VAT relief
Free shipping - estimated delivery

  Place an order over the phone on 020 8638 6308

Key Features

  • Drag brake, pair
  • Reduce speed
  • Easy to fit
  • Added safety
  • Practical addition

Description

Roll resistance system (RRS) - drag brake, to reduce the speed when walking with the rollator.  Please select model suitability from drop down box when ordering.

  • Troja Classic
  • Troja Walker
  • Troja 5G 
  • Troja Neuro 
  • Olympos ATR
  • Odysse

Customer Reviews

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Luke Parish
Should have been included from the start!

I bought these "brakes" (the wrong term, in my opinion, because it implies that you use them intermittently to slow down or stop your rollator rather than them being in constant contact with the rear wheels) to put them on my second Olympus ATR because the first one had to be returned to Topro after I had a fall and part of the frame of it snapped.
That happened because I was going down a slope, and the weight of the rollator made me gather so much speed that I couldn't stop it.

I like how easy they were to fix to the frame/wheels and the fact that the resistance can be adjusted quickly and easily.
One thing that I've had to do a couple of times since since I started to use them is spray some WD-40 into the centre part of them because after a few long-ish walks they develop a squeak, making them sound much like a wheelbarrow.

They're quite pricey at £130 (with VAT relief) for the pair, but totally worth it.

General FAQs

A customer once described purchasing a mobility aid to us as "buying an unwanted necessity". This statement has stuck with us and became a key tenet of our company.

Our focus is to make it as frictionless as possible to purchase from us by;

  1. Providing an industry-leading customer service experience. You will always speak, email or chat with a human.
  2. Having highly knowledgeable advisors who know the products inside out so you can rest assured you'll be purchasing a product that suits your individual needs.
  3. We understand that the transition from making a purchase in-store to online can be a daunting one. So we aim to provide a website that is easy to browse and navigate, along with having clear and detailed product descriptions.

You can purchase by adding the product to your basket and using the online checkout process. If you feel more comfortable, please call us on 020 8638 6308 where a member of our customer service team will be more than happy to take your order over the telephone (along with answering any queries you may have).

Upon placing an order you will receive a personalised courtesy email from a member of our customer service team. In addition, you'll be emailed a receipt confirming what you ordered.

Once your goods are ready to be dispatched we will email you the tracking information so you can follow the journey of your item(s) to their end destination.

You may contact us at any time during this procedure if you have any queries whatsoever.

We hope you love your Assist Mobility product but if you are not happy with your purchase, simply return it to us unused, in its original packaging and in a saleable condition (at the full discretion of Assist Mobility), within 14 days of receiving the item.

In the case of an outdoor rollator, wheelchair etc. only tested indoors on a smooth surface. Not used outdoors by any means. The cost of the item will be refunded to you once the return has been processed.

The price you see above is the price without VAT. When you go through checkout, please enter the user’s name and their disability in to the form provided, VAT will then not be added to the order. Click here for more details regarding the scheme.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Luke Parish
Should have been included from the start!

I bought these "brakes" (the wrong term, in my opinion, because it implies that you use them intermittently to slow down or stop your rollator rather than them being in constant contact with the rear wheels) to put them on my second Olympus ATR because the first one had to be returned to Topro after I had a fall and part of the frame of it snapped.
That happened because I was going down a slope, and the weight of the rollator made me gather so much speed that I couldn't stop it.

I like how easy they were to fix to the frame/wheels and the fact that the resistance can be adjusted quickly and easily.
One thing that I've had to do a couple of times since since I started to use them is spray some WD-40 into the centre part of them because after a few long-ish walks they develop a squeak, making them sound much like a wheelbarrow.

They're quite pricey at £130 (with VAT relief) for the pair, but totally worth it.