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New, patented features bring unprecedented safety, control and convenience to users in need of mobility support.

Drive Medical, a division of Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, announced today the release of the new Nitro Sprint, the latest edition to its popular line of Nitro mobility products. Engineered with new cutting-edge features for precision control and enhanced safety, the Sprint brings a uniquely advanced mobility experience to individuals in need of walking support due to balance or strength issues. 

The Nitro Sprint stands apart from other rollators on the market with patented features including its redesigned Euro-style frame with a 350-pound weight capacity and enhanced braking system that makes it possible to change brake components in just minutes. The rollator also features a patented slowdown brake to give users added control and confidence on declines and difficult terrain. Other new features include a widened backrest with unique viewing window to allow users to see obstacles on their path, built-in accessory mount, and a spacious storage bag with three mounting positions. 

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About Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare  

Headquartered in Port Washington, New York, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare manufactures a complete line of medical products, including mobility products, respiratory products, beds, bariatric products, wheelchairs, sleep surfaces and pressure prevention products, self‐assist products, power-operated wheelchairs, rehabilitation products, resident room equipment, personal care products, and electrotherapy devices. Currently, the Company has corporate offices, manufacturing facilities, and distribution facilities located throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, Hong Kong, Romania, Australia, the Netherlands, and India. The Company markets its products to customers located throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Central, and South America, the Middle East, and Asia. For more information, visit