Introducing the new OptiComfort Forearm Crutch from the FDI forearm crutches line! Unlike boring, clinical-looking crutches, the OptiComfort crutch offers a refreshing sleek design with all the standard features you seek for in a forearm crutch.
The OptiComfort sports a durable aluminum leg with flexible, anti-slip crutch tips. The replaceable grips and forearm pad are soft and comfortable to the touch. The crutch weighs just 1.12 lbs (per crutch) but is strong enough to support up to 286 lbs (as a pair). The OptiComfort crutch fits users with a height of 4'3" to 6'6".
|Weight Capacity||286 lbs|
|Product Weight||1.12 lbs (each)|
Where as I know they are to be better supportive, I have found it more difficult. The support arms catch in my open sleeves, various items my hand brushes up against. And it most difficult to rest the crutch/cain cannot without problem against a wall or anywhere without it falling down. Only using one at this time. It is just awkward.. For people who need crutches, they I am sure are the best, but not for me instead of a cain as was suggested by my doctor. Thanks
I have bilateral hip issues
It works good,very solid and can be substituted as a cue stick __
I had a fast-growing benign tumor removed from my instep. I rented a knee-scooter for getting around in public but had to use crutches for getting around in my house. These crutches are MUCH More Comfortable and Easier to Use than the traditional under the armpit crutches that the orthopedic surgeon's office gave me.
Hand grips are comfortable. The light weight makes them easy to use and carry. I don't need them all the time, but when I am on my feet a lot at work or have more walking than usual to do in a day they are a huge help. I am even able to use them on nature trails near the city that I have been hoping to return to since my accident.