Thursday, 29 December 2016

Standard Aluminum Crutches for Disable and Handicapp People

Standard-Aluminum-Crutches
Our Price : Rs 1500
Standard aluminum push-button crutches feature a Double extruded center tube that provides load-bearing strength where it's needed the most. The special foot piece utilizes durable rivets to secure the aluminum tubing from the inside, providing more stability than plastic connectors. Long, virtually unbreakable stair deflector helps protect against the crutch slipping on stairs and helps increase stress tolerance at all angles without cracking; non-skid rubber tips provide good traction.

The built-in metal ring helps prevent excessive wear and ensures maximum durability. Standard Aluminum Crutches come packaged completely accessorized with no assembly required.

Aluminum Crutches Features :
  • High-strength aluminum alloys tube
  • Both handgrip and foot height adjustable
  • Comfortable PU foam underarm pad
  • Size ; L-135-155 cm,
  • Size ; m-114-34 cm, 
  • Size ; S-95-115 cm

Folding-Forearm-Crutches
Our Price : Rs 900
While traditional crutches (also referred to as underarm crutches) are supported by pads that the user secures between his or her rib cage and upper arm, forearm crutches work differently. Folding Forearm Crutches style of walking aid is used by inserting the arm into a partial cuff and taking hold of the handles that lie on the anterior side either crutch. If you struggle with mobility or balance when using an underarm variant, you may find that this style provides you with greater stability.

Forearm Crutch Features :
  • It is used by slipping the arm into a cuff and holding the grip.
  • This crutch is designed for long-term use
  • Aluminium tube height is adjustable
  • It has comfortable hand grip
  • Gives a very firm and secure support to the user
  • Comfortable hand grip

Forearm crutches are meant to be a mobility solution for long term use due to a more comfortable grip than standard walking crutches. The forearm part of the walking crutch helps you stabilize yourself while using less pressure on your hands, thus creating the most comfortable grip.

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