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Carex Crutch Tips Long Life Extended Wear formerly branded as Rubbermaid Crutch Tips are now provided by Carex. These Carex Crutch Tips are designed to fit extra large crutches. Designed with extra tread and metal reinforcement, these crutch tips are more durable than standard replacement crutch tips. These Carex Crutch Tips provide skid-resistant traction and an excellent grip of floor surfaces. These Crutch Tips fit most crutches and offer longer wear. The inside diameter size is 7/8 Inch. Carex also manufactures Standard Crutch Tips.
Extra Large Crutch Tips Features & Benefits
- Long life and extended wear tips.
- Crutch tips are reinforced with extra tread and metal support.
- Fits most crutches.
- Offers skid resistance.
- Strong grip on floor surfaces.
Extra Large Crutch Tips Long Life Extended Wear Specifications
- Crutch Tips Extended Wear Long Life Product Number: A95200.
- Outside Diameter: 2"
- Inside Diameter: 7/8"
- Height: 3"
- Depth: 2"
- Weight: 0.2 lbs.
- Shipping Weight: 0.55 lbs.
- Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
- Color: Tan.
- Manufacturer: Carex.
- UPC Code: 023601095206.
- HCPCS code: A4637.
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The washer was molded into the rubber improperly in one of the tips so that within 4 hours of use one fo the tips failed with the metal crutch poking through the rubber. Vitality Medical sent me another pair without hesitation.
I have been on crutches for 38 years and have never used such an inferior quality tip. I use wooden crutches because after time the metal (aluminum) cruthes can wear out the plastic protector cap on the tip and the bare aluminum cut through the crutch tip.
As soon as my wife and I return from our July 4th trip I will be calling to arrange a return and a refund. I also have a worn set of Carex Tips with all the rubber intact and a hole right through the center.
Wherever you are having these made (I know China - but whichever factory) you should change suppliers or instruct them on how to produce high qulity, durable rubber. If this means I will pay more for my crutch tips I will be more than happy to do so. Can you imagine buying a pair of shoes, and after 2 weeks the soles are worn down to your feet?