Topro Norwegian Rollators & Walkers.
Now available in NZ
Award winning Design. Sold worldwide in 24 countries.
The rollator can be collapsed with one hand and secured with the lock clamp. This walker will never be in the way and easily travels with you. You can even navigate small spaces by semi folding the walker and safely walk with it. Ideal for narrow passages, restaurants etc.
The tilt assistance function gives the foot a wide area to step on and tilt the walker up to navigate kerbs while keeping both hands on the rollator for safety.
The unique edge guard feature prevents the walker from catching on furniture legs and doorframes, making maneuvering easier.
TOPRO Ergo Grip
The ergonomic grip with knob (TOPRO Ergo Grip) provides a flexible grip, correct walking posture, and makes for comfortable armrests while seated. The knob makes it easier and safer to get up from a seated position.
Comfortable Seat & Backrest
This high quality walking frame comes with a stylish detachable shopping bag, backrest and
Stylish Detachable Shopping Bag
The Walkers come with stylish shopping bags, that can be detached.
Topro's foldable design allows for easy storage and transport
Topro’s lightweight folding walking frame with seat offer increased safety and comfort for users that require support with walking. The walkers fold easily, are extremely compact and come with a stylish detachable shopping bag and backrest. Additional helpfull accessories are available.
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2G Premium Rollator
Stylish & Comfortable
TOPRO Troja 2G Premium is in a league of its own. In 2019 the Troja 2G won the acknowledged German product test, Stiftung Warentest.
In addition to offering you the ultimate in safety, flexibility, and comfort, this model features modern colours with a matching design on the durable insulated shopping bag. We also offer a wide range of accessories for added comfort.
This lightweight folding walking frame with seat offers increased safety and comfort for users that require support with walking. Suitable for in-and-outdoors. Folds easily and is extremely compact. It comes with all features mentioned above and more… please view the product brochure for all features.
Pegasus Carbon Rollator
Ultralight Carbon Design
TOPRO’s most lightweight rollator guarantees top quality, safety and exceptional durability combined with Norwegian modern and elegant design. TOPRO Pegasus in carbon fibre is lightweight with its 6.2 kg* ensuring the stability and well-known TOPRO quality.
Proven safety, exceptional durability, a patent-pending brake are some of the notable features of the TOPRO Pegasus. The TOPRO Ergo Grip, shock-absorbing wheels, partly integrated brake cables and copyright-protected design make it unique.
The elegant design is emphasized by the new rollator bag. Smart and practical, it includes a small inner pocket. The position of the shopping bag allows an unrestricted view of the pavement, which together with the reflectors makes it easier for users to feel secure.
The tough off-roader for an active live
The TOPRO Olympos is a premium rollator specially designed for outdoor use. It is made of materials which can withstand any kind of weather, and has large front wheels to ensure a smooth ride on uneven surfaces.
Wider built to secure stability in an outdoor environment. Large and shock-absorbing tyres to enable a comfortable ride and maintain easy maneuverability in rough terrain. This walking frame comes with a detachable spacious bag, backrest, reflective panels and backrest.
Topro foldable walkers are ideal for taking on days out as it is easy to fold together and transport by car, plane or train.
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Based in Christchurch, and regularly in each of the Southern regions Ian is our direct link to assisting South Islanders. Clients & therapists across the South Island are welcome to make contact and enquire about Morton & Perry’s healthcare equipment solutions – seeking the possible.
“With a number of years involvement in utilising healthcare equipment, my aim is to provide high standards of service and to collaborate with others. I’ve worked with Aged Care providers, DHB Teams and for many people in the wider community. The excitement going forward is to continue learning more about people, using the ever-improving equipment that exists and assisting with people’s journeys.
Morton & Perry is a versatile, enthusiastic and progressive co, which I’ve really enjoyed being part of and bringing that special capability to South Islanders.
With a busy wife, fast growing teenagers and a desire to be “out on the water” or out seeing the world – there’s often time pressure, but no better time than now, to be out trying to do good.
“Mum was right… she told me to go for it when I said at age ten that I wanted to be a Physiotherapist.
Otago trained and really privileged to have worked in many counties and many areas of Physiotherapy, it’s been a such a good choice for me. I feel like I’ve had many mini careers under the Physio banner. Community PT, Rotational, MSK, Admission avoidance, Manual handling coordinator, Wheelchair and Posture therapist… the list really does go on. While in the UK I completed the post graduate qualification of “Complex postural assessment”. I officially became a wheelchair and posture geek at that point.
Of late I’ve been applying my skills and experience as a clinical rep for Morton & Perry. I love it. It’s the getting stuck in and helping that really has me love my current role. I get a buzz out of having solutions for people and therapists. I do my best to get things spot on for the clients, therapists and funders we work with.”
“It seems like only yesterday Morton & Perry began, now it’s 20 years plus. Yes, I have turned grey, but it has been a lot of fun and many challenges along the way, but I wouldn’t swap it for the world. What gives me the buzz every day is seeing how we can significantly improve, and change people’s lives with improved technology solutions. And how our team are also so passionate in assisting our clients day to day. Then of course they are far more skilled than me. Then with downtime it is coping with teenagers and chasing fish in the Hauraki Gulf.”
‘I have been with Morton and Perry for nearly 8 years, I started off doing Warehouse duties and building chairs, I am now the Technical and Service Manager and my day to day function is the setup and custom modification of Powerchairs, I love finding solutions to help the client get better mobility.
In the time I have been with Morton and Perry I have visited the TA Service Factory in Denmark twice so there is not much I do not know about the TA Powerchair range, I love the face-to-face contact with clients and Therapists and finding mobility solutions.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my 2 young boys who keep me busy, every Christmas Holiday we look forward to camping at the same spot in the far North we call it “Our Happy Place” Sunshine and no cell phone coverage what else can you ask for!!’