Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches - 500 lbs Weight Capacity

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Features

Drive Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches - 500 lbs Weight Capacity

  • Designed for bariatric persons
  • Crutch weighs approximately 5.7 lbs.
  • 500 lb. weight capacity

Product Overview

Drive Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches - 500 lbs Weight Capacity

Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches


The Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches feature vinyl coated cuff for added comfort and durable vinyl hand grips. They have an extra wide tip for more stability, and are made to support up to 500 pounds and weigh 5.7 lbs each. They are durable and made to last a lifetime. Comes in a set of 2.


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Drive Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches - 500 lbs Weight Capacity

10403HD - Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches - 500 lbs Weight Capacity - 1 pair - $72.65




Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches - 500 lbs Weight Capacity Reviews Summary

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2 out of 2 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

good steel construction (1)
Top Cons

none (1)
Top Best Uses

helps to give better (1)
stability when standing (1)
good for joints (1)
1-2 of 2 reviews
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I love these crutches.

Describe Yourself:
bad knee joints. over weight. bad feet.

I love these forearm crutches. I use them when my knee or my feet are bothering me, which is most of the time. They are made of steel but are not heavy. They have made my life a little easier. Thank you.

by from Griffin, Ga.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Bariatric Steel Forearm Crutches

Pros:
good steel construction.
Cons:
none.
Best Uses:
helps to give better. stability when standing. good for joints.
Describe Yourself:
over weight. bad knee joints. bad hip joint. osteo arthritis in spine.

Crutches are ajustable as well as the forearm cuffs.I use this product when I am having an extremely bad day in walking with my bad knees. I was using 2 canes which is very awkward. The forearm crutches provide me with better balance because they are actually adjusted to my height and helps to support me better. I feel more secure with them especially with the forearm cuff. I really enjoy using them.

by from Maine
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Previous forearm crutches that I've had would break where the push button adjustments are. Will I have a problem with these?
Asked on Apr 4, 2012 11:50:02 AM by Carl from Indiana
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so far I have had no such problem. It seems to have a thicker tube wall than my previous crutches
Answered on May 4, 2013 6:31:07 PM by steve from florida
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Are the cuffs on the bariatric forearm crutches adjustable?
Asked on May 10, 2011 10:21:06 AM by Rob from VA
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I HAVE HAD TO OPEN MINE UP A BIT BY PULLING THE CUFFS APPART A LITTLE. iT TAKES A BIT OF STRENGTH TO DO HOWEVER
Answered on May 4, 2013 6:33:44 PM by steve from florida
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I had to stretch mine a bit, but otherwise no problem.
Answered on May 27, 2015 11:11:33 AM by Dano from Tucson, AZ
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Part Number(s): 10403HD

Mfg Part Number(s): 10403HD

Scrip Part Number(s): 762 0068