With Alevo you will start in a new age of modern rollators. Developed by Bischoff & Bischoff and created by "Porsche Design Studio": Modern look meets maximum comfort. Thanks to the ultralight carbon material Alevo weights only 5.8 kilo! This makes it so manoeuvrable and it's easy to fold with only one hand movement - when standing!
The iconic characters of the design by “Porsche Design Studio” are the concise triangular shapes on the sides. The symbiosis of structure and material results in significant triangular shapes trough which the forces are optimally distributed downwards. This form as well as the double cross brace and the double locking device fully guarantee the necessary stability and security of the lightweight rollator.
By the use of economically shaped handles, Alevo lies securely in your hand and adjusts additionally to each body height by means of six different height settings. When resting on the soft padded seat, the back is supported by a height-adjustable belt.
Practical and chic: The designers integrated the reflectors into the frame and installed the brake cables inwards. For the individual touch you can freely combine the primary colour black with the colours "silver", "mocca" and "aubergine". A removable bag is part of the basic equipment - additional accessories are optionally available.
Rank 2 for the RL-120 from B+B. It has been even more welcome for Bischoff & Bischoff to achieve rang 2 with the rating 2.2. This is primarily based on the easy handling of the RL-120. It reached for example for moving, moving with load, folding and unfolding generally positive results. Also in regards to tilting safety, stability of the frame and with the user instruction it could collect positive results. With its total weight of only 7.1 kg, the stable aluminum frame and its remarkable large seat, which makes breaks in between more comfortable, as well as with its efficient brakes, the rollator RL-120 from B+B is certainly one of the top models among the rollators and thus really recommendable.
Product category: Mechanically driven wheelchairs and push wheelchairs
Pyro light optima XL
Light and optional
The new Pyro light optima is B+Bs high-quality light weight wheelchair. The wheelchair is equipped with a large configuration (standard) like individual adjustment of seat depth stepwise 2.5 cm, variable adjustment of seat height as well as angle and width adjustable foot plates. Optimal comfort is guaranteed by push handles adjustable in height (serial) and side frames stepless adjustable in depth and height. Due to numerous serial extras the comfort- able light weight wheelchair is equipped at its best for any activity and offers manifold possibilities for clinical center and domestic use.
Company: 1997: Founding of Bischoff & Bischoff Medizin- und Rehabilitationstechnik GmbH 2000: Taking over of Technomedac GmbH 2000: Founding of Production in Melnik, Czechia 2001: Founding of the French daughter company, B+B France S.A.R.L in Paris 2003: New headquarters in Karlsbad 2006: Outsourcing of the Logistics department to Simon Hegele GmbH (according to the B+B Europe Concept) 2007: 10th Anniversary, celebrated with a sales-offensive in cooperation with qualified dealers in Germany 2008: B+B opens a representative office in Asia 2009: Building of the department NEW MARKETS at the location Berlin, product group Boutique as a complementary product group to the core product range 2009: Founding of the Spanish daughter company; B&B Iberia, S.L. in Barcelona
Development: 2002: Cooperation with Prof. Luigi Colani, development of the active wheelchair B1 Colani, made of Carbon 2003: Development of the innovative CAN Bus Control electronics for power chair NEO: modular building system, easy handling and open for individual adjustment 2004: Development of the B+B combination armrest, the first adjustable armrest globally (desk, long and height position of the armrest are adjustable) 2005: Development of the adaptive wheelchair REVOLUTION, first adaptive wheelchair with variable cross brace ( concept: one-size-fits-all) 2009: Launching the power push and breaking aid TOGO, first power pushing aid with Lithium-Ion-Batteries