Ergonomic Handles - Unique and ergonomic design keeps wrists in natural position, helps prevent Carpel Tunnel and sore wrists caused by traditional crutchesAt 37, I'm trying to reverse the signs of CP aging by trying to wean myself off the walker and onto crutches. I do pretty good with the Ergobaum by Ergoactives Forearm Crutches, but they are a bit heavy and clunky. They are a bit of a pain to take places.
Articulating Crutch Tips - 75-100% of surface coverage at all times to assist in a secure footing.
Strong Construction - Can support users up to 300 lbs. Professionally used by the NCAA
Shape - Designed to encourage proper posture in motion. Prevents wrist and underarm pain.
Fits users approximately 4'6" to 6'7''(54" - 77") (with 19 height adjustments)
So, I was excited to get these crutches for review.
^^The actual Crutches^^
I like these a lot. They are very lightweight and come fully assembled, which was a plus over the Ergobaum Crutches. I was able to put these right inside the car with me easily.
I actually felt just as stable on these as when I have any other double-sided mobility aid.
Mama Melissa did have to adjust them a bit for me, but otherwise, I don't see disabled people having an issue using these. Just put them under your arms and go!
These is available from Amazon for $49.99.
Great lightweight crutches that feel incredibly stable.
WOULD RECOMMEND: Yes
**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**