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Heavy Duty Bariatric Steel Crutches

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Item# Description Size Price

Adult Bariatric Steel Crutches

Pair of 2
$22.455 each



Tall Adult Bariatric Steel Crutches

Pair of 2
$38.915 each


Adult Bariatric Steel Crutches - Pair of 2
SKU: 10406


Tall Adult Bariatric Steel Crutches - Pair of 2
SKU: 10408



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The Drive Medical Bariatric Heavy Duty Walking Crutches are designed to provide weight bearing stability while walking. The Drive Medical 10406 Adult Bariatric Crutches are composed of durable steel to ensure strength on weight bearing areas. They feature thick underarms that are padded for maximum comfort when in use. The Drive 10408 Tall Adult Crutches are adjustable by tool free push buttons in 1 inch increments. These crutches have adjustable hand grips that provided a proper fit. They have a comfortable contoured underarm design, non-skid vinyl contoured tips, and are constructed of durable steel with a 500 lb weight capacity.

Product Features and Benefits

  • Extra Thick Underarm Pads
  • Adjustable Hand Grips
  • Height Adjustable
  • Provides Weight Stability
  • Non-Skid Vinyl tips

Product Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Drive Medical
  • Product Numbers: 10406, 10408
  • 10406 Patient Height: 5'2"
  • 10408 Patient Height: 5'10"
  • Material: Durable Steel
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
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Additional Information

Manufacturer Drive Medical

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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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