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I recommend Millennial crutches over traditional crutches for two reasons. First, they are ergonomically designed to take the stress out of your neck, shoulders and armpits and secondly, they feature a shock absorbing/power assist feature, which increases your mobility speed by 10%. The ergonomic handgrips are designed at an angle to reduce wrist strain and help the hands stay securely in place.

Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair

SKU# ML-MWD6CN

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  • Spring-assisted, articulating crutch tips for improved mobility
  • Convenient folding ability for easier storage
  • Sleek, minimal design for ease of use
  • Aircraft grade aluminum for increased durability
  • Latex Free
  • Weighs: 2.5 lbs. per crutch
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs.

Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair

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The unique design of the Millennial Crutch fuses ergonomics, spring assistance technology, and convenience to deliver the most comfortable and innovative crutch available. With the patented In-Motion spring-assisted tip and unique folding design, the In-Motion Pro folding crutches offer the best available alternative to standard crutches.

In-Motion Pro Crutches' ergonomic design works with you and your body to create a more comfortable crutch that helps you maintain proper posture, relieve damaging stress on your hands and wrists, and reduce the overall chance of secondary injury.

The In-Motion Pro Crutches have been designed from the ground up to address the problems associated with using traditional crutches, as its various features work together to provide a more comfortable experience. These features include the large underarm cradle, an ergonomic grip (see image below), the popular folding design, and the tip with a shock absorbing/power assist feature. Designed for extended use, these crutches have tips that last 35% longer than traditional crutch tips, and feature a shaft made from aircraft grade aluminum that resists dents and bending. The extended adjustable range of the crutch also fits a larger number of heights than any standard underarm crutch.


Millennial Pro Crutches
Millennial Pro Crutches

Measuring:

Standing upright with good posture, hands to the sides, measure from the floor to the underarm. Using this measurement, look at the range of cradle heights and be certain the measurement is within the range of this crutch.

SizeUser HeightHeight Adjustments
Short4’7” – 5’7”Crutch height: 42.5” – 50.5”
Tall5’7” – 6’10”Crutch height: 50” – 62.5”
Extra Tall5’10” – 7’2”Crutch height: 54” – 66”

Product Video: Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair

The unique design of the Millennial Crutch fuses ergonomics, spring assistance technology and convenience to deliver the most comfortable, innovative crutch available. with the patented In-Motion spring assisted tip and a unique folding design, the In-Mot
Specifications
Name Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair
SKU ML-MWD6CN
Weight Capacity 401-500 lbs
Item Weight 0-10 lbs
Adjustable Range 42.5 inches to 50.5 inches (Short) 50 inches to 62.5 inches (Tall) 54 inches to 66 inches (Extended-Tall)
Height 42.5 inches to 66 inches (depends on crutch size)
Handle Height 42.5 inches to 50.5 inches (Short) 50 inches to 62.5 inches (Tall) 54 inches to 66 inches (Extended-Tall)
Approx. User Height 4 feet 7 inches to 7 feet 2 inches
Weight Capacity 500 lbs.
Product Weight 2.5 lbs. each (5 lbs. together)
Specifications

Measuring:

Standing upright with good posture, hands to the sides, measure from the floor to the underarm. Using this measurement, look at the range of cradle heights and be certain the measurement is within the range of this crutch.

SizeUser HeightHeight Adjustments
Short4’7” – 5’7”Crutch height: 42.5” – 50.5”
Tall5’7” – 6’10”Crutch height: 50” – 62.5”
Extended-tall5’10” – 7’2”Crutch height: 54” – 66”
Warranty One year warranty
Manufacturer Millennial Medical
Manufacturer Item Code MWD6CN
UPC Code 186082000050, 186082000012, 186082000029

Measuring:

Standing upright with good posture, hands to the sides, measure from the floor to the underarm. Using this measurement, look at the range of cradle heights and be certain the measurement is within the range of this crutch.

SizeUser HeightHeight Adjustments
Short4’7” – 5’7”Crutch height: 42.5” – 50.5”
Tall5’7” – 6’10”Crutch height: 50” – 62.5”
Extended-tall5’10” – 7’2”Crutch height: 54” – 66”
Warranty
One year warranty
Reviews
  • Average rating 4.1
  • based on 16 reviews
  • 5 stars, Better than anticipated
    By Chief from Texas on 2014-02-05
    Pros: Comfortable, Easy to use
    Cons: Grips
    Use for ankle fusion surgery.


  • 2 stars, Handles cause Blisters
    By Clumsy Jim from Green Bay, WI on 2013-10-23
    Pros: Solid Construction
    Cons: Handles Are Bent Down, Poorly Designed Handles
    Best Uses: Not Suitable For Prolonge, Not Good For Long Use
    The rubber used in the handles causes blisters on the ball of your hand after just 3 days of medium use


  • 3 stars, Ergonomic crutches
    By Johanna from Sarasota, Florida on 2013-08-11
    Cons: Blisters From Handles, Specific To Frontback, Specific To Rightleft, Handles Need Softer Cover, Heavier
    Best Uses: Need For Faster Walking, Long walks, Break From Other Crutches
    I didn't like that I couldn't quickly just pick them up and use them the way I could with traditional crutches. I marked the one for my right side with a colored tape, but still I found that I didn't notice that sometimes. Maybe the manufacturer should distinguish left from right clearly somehow with a different color or L/R markings. And I didn't like that even if I got the correct L/R, I then sometimes had them backward - they have to be facing a certain way. The rubber on the handles gave me bad blisters so I covered them with sneaker socks. Couldn't they be covered with a softer material? They are heavier and less easy to maneuver - bulkier. They are great for long walks, shopping trips, or when you are dressed up and want to look better on crutches.


  • 5 stars, Worth the Price
    By Reda from Ellicott City, Maryland on 2013-07-09
    Pros: Ease of Use, Comfort
    I purchased these crutches for use after bunion surgery. I had no intention of digging out the old crutches from storage knowing how uncomfortable and awkward they were to use with my last surgery. I really like the suspension system, which takes a lot less energy. The handles are very comfortable. These crutches are worth every dollar.


  • 5 stars, excellent
    By birdlegs from montana on 2013-05-20
    Cons: none
    There better than I expected!


  • 5 stars, Fantastic
    By Joe Hammy from Denver, CO on 2012-08-31
    Really fantastic. I used these for 5 weeks, after having a torn hamstring surgically repaired. People who use crutches asked me about them and where to get them - as did a medical supply store owner. Also, everyone told me how FAST I moved! The ergonomic handles help keep pressure off of wrist and no underarm rubbing! The only improvements that I could even think of is if there were some way to make the fittings a little tighter so that they would be even quieter. It is a quiet ride, I'm just thinking of when I crutched into my quiet office environment there was just a little clinking sound - not loud, but - just something to think about. Loved these and kind of miss them. lol xo


  • 5 stars, 8 Weeks of Satisfaction
    By November from Tucson, AZ on 2012-08-14
    Pros: Molded Hand Grips, Portable, Compact, Comfort, Energy Absorbtion
    I had a major hip surgery and despite my doctor's explanation that I'd "get used" to regular crutches, I decided to splurge a bit. For the first 4 weeks, I walked without weight bearing on my bad side and for the next 4 weeks I've walked with weight bearing but have needed the crutches for stabilization. I'm nearing the end of my time with my "sticks" and, while ecstatic to see them go, I won't be dropping these off at [@]. The shock absorption was paramount as I work on a university campus and walk between 1-2 miles a day. I has less chafing under my arms, I could comfortably 'rest' on the handles when I needed a break.I earned one blister on my palm in the first week--but darned it--I EARNED that blister and in no way hold the crutches accountable for my lack of extra skin in a 3" area that sustained my weight, balance, and navigation at the weakest moment in my life. Overall, out of the $400 I spent on supplies including foam blocks, a shower handle, a bath chair, and a butt raiser this was the best purchase I made.


  • 5 stars, Well designed crutches.
    By Arthur from Woodside, NY on 2012-07-12
    Pros: Sturdy feel, You can hang bags, Light Weight, It can be folded, Lots of adjustments, With shock absorber
    Cons: Not universal handle grip, Hard to get
    Best Uses: Any part of leg injury
    What ever the reason you needed to use crutches this product can serve you well, it helps you mobilize as it can ease your pain. But this product was not my first choice nor I knew about it and it's hard to get it. This product wasn't often enough to be displayed at the store nor recommended by doctors. It is most expensive and it can serve the same purpose as the universal crutches. But why I got it? For being a "Tech" person.


  • 5 stars, Great Product
    By Snowtracker from Dighton, Ma on 2012-04-10
    Pros: Stylish, Comfortable, Quality
    Cons: none
    Best Uses: Everywhere
    These are high quality crutches that are easy to use, adjust, and the spring action takes a lot of pressure off the hands and arms. I find them much more stable using stairs and stepping off curbs than regular crutches. I like the ability to fold them up for traveling.


  • 1 stars, The jury is still out. It's too early.
    By Aaron from Tucson, AZ on 2012-03-13
    I use these crutches every day 24/7 and I'm disapointed with need to grease the springs located in the bottom and the klicking of the locking pins necessary to adjust the various height settings. I need more time to assess the overall durability but I'm very pleased with the underarm comfort.


FAQs

Questions on Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair

  • From nancy
    • Are these crutches good for someone with one leg, they look like they can work. I'm trying to find the right ones for my dad, he's had an amputation of a leg (cut at his thigh) and cant have a prosthetic leg at this time. Can this work or can you recommend one? Thank you.
    • The Motion pro-crutches are compatible with a person with one leg. The crutches have an ergonomic, comfortable crutch design that helps the patient maintain proper posture, relieve damaging stress, and reduce the overall chance of secondary injury.

      Side note: The reviews notate that these crutches are for people with good upper body strength and takes time to get accustomed.
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  • From Susannah
    • When the short version of these crutches are folded, how many inches are they? Wanting to see if they'll fit in my travel bag.
    • When the Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches are folded, the measurements are:

      Extra Tall: 27"- 41"

      Tall: 26"-37"

      Short: 25"-33"
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
  • From Carol Hayman
    • I am 5' 4'' tall what size should I get?
    • The Short size crutches will fit an approximate user height range of 4’7” – 5’7'.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
  • From Tina W.
    • I need replacement parts for my In-Motion Pro Crutches what do I do?
    • We can get replacement parts for you. Please call us directly and we can get that order placed for you.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No

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