What is the weight limit for the crutches?
The forearm crutches can safely support up to 300 lbs.
Can they be used for a non-weight-bearing leg?
Yes, the forearm crutches are ideal for those unable to put weight on an injured leg.
Can these be adjusted to fit tall people?
Yes! The crutches are height adjustable ranging from 31” to 40”.
What is the best way to set them to the correct height for me?
To find the correct height setting for you, allow your arm to hang naturally at your side. Adjust the height matching the hand grip to your wrist.
Are the crutches ambidextrous?
Yes, either crutch can be used on the left or right side as needed.
How do I adjust the height of the crutches?
The forearm crutches have push pins that allow you to adjust the crutches in 1” increments. Simply push in the locking pin and slide the crutch up or down as needed, ensuring the push pin re-engages in the new position before use.
What Is the arm cuff made of, metal or plastic?
The arm cuff and hand grip are molded from a strong composite material that is gentle on clothing.
What do the crutches weigh?
The forearm crutches weigh 1.2 pounds.
Will the arm cuff support large arms?
Yes! The arm cuff features an open design that allows for a comfortable fit for most individuals.
What is the length from the arm cuff to the handle?
It measures approximately 9” from the top of the arm cuff to the hand grip.
This is for a pair of crutches?
Yes, this is a pair of forearm crutches.
Can the rubber tips be replaced?
Yes, the crutches can be fitted with standard cane tips.