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Features

Invacare Crutch Tips

  • Rubber Tips- Help Grip the surface and absorb shock
  • Reinforced with metal inserts for longer-lasting wear
  • For 8115, 8120 and 8130 Invacare series

Product Overview

Invacare Crutch Tips

Invacare Crutch Tips


These Invacare Crutch Tips are for 8115, 8120 and 8130 series crutches and come in standard Grey. Most Invacare cane and crutches are constructed of 1.75" tubing.


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6134 - Large 1.75" Tube

6135 - X-Large 2" Tube



Crutch Tips Reviews Summary

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36 reviews
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32 out of 36 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Stays in Place (13)
Easy to Use (12)
Well Constructed (11)
Can Withstand Use (10)
Convenient (7)
Top Cons

None (2)
Should last longer (1)
Falling apart already (1)
Poor website description (1)
Poor quality (1)
Top Best Uses

Daily Use (19)
Home (11)
Short Trips (10)
Travel (8)
Long Trips (8)
1-5 of 36 reviews
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Crutch supplies

Pros:
Comfortable. Stays in Place. Easy to Use. Can Withstand Use. Safe. Well Constructed.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. Home. Travel. Outdoors. Indoors. Wet Weather.
Describe Yourself:
Last a good time. Long Term User. Using crutches 37 yrs.!!. Above knee amputee. crutch user over 40 yrs. Use two crutches.

Have been an amputee for 44yrs and use crutches every day. Buying crutch at a store is a pain as they are boxed and you have to buy the whole box to include what you don't need. Buying on line allowed you to save by getting what you need and the product is great.

by from San Antonio TX
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Great product at a great price

Pros:
Can Withstand Use. Safe. Well Constructed.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. Indoors. Outdoors. Wet Weather.
Describe Yourself:
crutch user over 40 yrs. Elderly.

The Guardian crutch tips I had been using only lasted 3 weeks and were worn smooth. The crutch tips from Allegro firmly grip all surfaces and are safer. They also last longer. I have used a pair for 3 weeks now and they show NO wear at all. They are a great product at a reasonable price

by from Pueblo Colorado
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Rubber to soft for long term walking...

Pros:
Stays in Place. Great price, . good fit. Easy to Use.
Cons:
rubber to soft. edges wear to fast. two weeks on and no tread.
Best Uses:
Home. Daily Use. Short Trips. Travel. Long Trips. Indoors. Outdoors. Wet Weather.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User. on crutches 56 years.

The edges are too soft they flex or roll back when under pressure.once this happens the rubber tip starts to tear,once this happens the tip has no more good grip on wet surface.It becomes slick. To keep them from tearing I grind the edge of the tip down even with the rest of the tread they seem to last longer and wear better.By doing this it makes the outer edge thicker allowing for heaver weight to be applied on tip.If this is done then I'd say they're ok...if this is done I could recommend them to others...

by from Tennessee
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
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Pros:
Stays in Place. Easy to Use. Can Withstand Use. Safe. Well Constructed.
Best Uses:
Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

Since my husband is amputee and uses elbow crutches, we were never able to find new tips for his crutches. Allegro Medical has been great!

by from DuBois, PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best I have ever used.

Pros:
Stays in Place. Convenient. Easy to Use. Can Withstand Use. Safe. Well Constructed. Supports Weight. Comfortable. The best I have ever had.. The best I have ever had..
Best Uses:
Home. Daily Use. Outdoors. Indoors. Wet Weather.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User. Use two crutches. Three knee surgeries.

The best I have ever used. This includes the ones that came with the crutches and any I have bought as replacements at medical stores and drug stores.

by from Dayton, OH
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 36 reviews
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Question:
Nowhere does it tell what size crutch shaft these fit. I have 7/8" shafts--there are other sizes. Which size shaft do these fit?
Asked on Sep 15, 2014 3:01:28 PM by jimq from America
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re. crutch tips #558278 what are the sizes of the two in the picture?
Asked on Oct 22, 2012 2:02:42 PM by jack from Glendora
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The ones I prefer have a 2" diameter where they are on the ground or floor.I do not recall the stock numbers on any of the tips.
Answered on May 3, 2013 8:47:40 PM by Crutchman from San Antonio ,TX
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#6135 are 2" at thebase and are made of soft grey rubber. They wear out too quickly. Tjhe same ones of black rubber lst longer.
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 10:22:37 PM by Ray from Savannah
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i am looking for crutch tips large,champion I ordered on line before but I cannot find them can you help me.
Asked on Jun 1, 2012 5:55:15 AM by bert from New Haven
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Why do you not specify the shaft size your crutch tips are intended to fit? Although most I have seen at other websites are specified as for 3/4" - 7/8", yours could be anything / any size
Asked on Sep 7, 2011 9:27:36 PM by Roger from N. CAl
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I agree. Allegro Medical needs to specify the shaft size for the crutch tips.The size of the metal poles on forearm crutches, canes and walkers are different. Therefore the shaft size (or opening), as well as the base (bottom width), and height(length)needs to be included in the description.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 7:47:48 PM by Chan from Chicago
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I use guardian #502 with a 3/4" opening 1-1/2" base and 2" height, they wear out fast, what do you have in this size that I can order ?, thanks and have a great day, Ron Case
Asked on Aug 30, 2011 9:14:33 AM by Ron from NJ
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I use a standard forearm crutch I suppose the dia. is 3/4 inch. Thatt seems to be a standard. I have been using crutches off and on since 1994.
Answered on May 3, 2013 8:54:08 PM by Crutchman from San Antonio, TX
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I LIKE THE EXTRA LARGE JUMBO CRUTCH TIPS IN THE GRAY. THESE LOOK LIKE THE STANDARD SIZE. DO YOU CARRY THE EXTRA LARGE JUMBO ONES?
Asked on May 2, 2011 8:46:09 AM by ELLEN from SOUTH CAROLINA
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The Invacare 2" tips may be what you're looking for. Item #211244 extra large 2" tubing.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 8:07:53 PM by Chan from Chicago
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Crutch tips are used for crutches, canes, forearm crutches of different sizes. In addition to the brand/item number of the crutch that the tips fit, in your description for crutch tips, you should specify the size of 3 things: Opening or shaft size (what size pole will fit?) Base (bottom width, determines stability) Height (length of tip, how deep the pole will go in?) I order crutch tips for a friend that uses forearm crutches daily. He wears them out in a month or two. So far, Guardian brand is the strongest that he has found. He also suggests that they be made out of the same kind of rubber as automobile tires.
Answered on Jan 3, 2013 4:04:46 PM by chandra from us
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Part Number(s): 762 6568, 762 6569

Mfg Part Number(s): 6134, 6135

Scrip Part Number(s): 762 6568, 762 6569