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One glance at the Ergobaum 7G shouts out a sleek and state-of-the-art crutch-design. But once you use the Ergobaum 7G Royal crutches, the comfort and enhanced performance will improve your quality of life. This pairing of form and function in a mobility aid is important for short-term use when recovering after injury or for someone with a chronic condition requiring ongoing assistance. The Ergobaum 7G is designed for adults and won't add insult to injury by adding strain and pain to the hand, wrist, arm and shoulder as the traditional crutch can do. Rather, the crutches are designed to work with the body. Egoactives has also designed the Ergobaum Kids for ergonomic crutches for kids.
An orthopedic surgeon designed the Ergobaum 7G to facilitate ease of use and accelerate patient recovery. The Ergobaum Forearm Crutches adjust to fit to the user's height and the forearm cuffs are also adjustable for the perfect fit. No more chaffing and rubbing to the arm pit. The forearm cuff distributes weight while user's hand is secured on a soft ergonomic handle. The Ergobaum crutches are made to provide stability and reduce friction and pain with a patented Ergocap High Performance Tip with patented shock absorber. When not in use, the Ergobaum 7G folds easily for transport, which is helpful when shopping using a scooter or traveling in a car or airplane. All Ergobaum 7G crutches comes with extra bells and whistles such as LED flashlight, adjustable straps to use hands while maintaining crutch, a flip-down knee resting platform and a night-time reflective tape and horn. The crutches can be customized by choosing from eight color choices: black, blue, gray, green, gold, pink, purple and silver.
Features and Benefits:
- Sleek, Ergonomic Design
- Comfortable Ergonomic Handle
- Comfortable Walking Device
- Durable, Medical-Grade Materials
- Shock Absorbers
- Forearm Straps Maintain Crutch with Hand Use
- Reduces Friction
- Customizable Height and Forearm Cuffs
- Folds for Storage
- Manufacturer: Ergoactives
- User: Adults
- Height Limit: 5 Feet to 6 Feet 6 Inches
- Quantity: Pair
- Length: 34 Inches
- Width: Up to 9 Inches
- Depth: Up to 4 Inches
- Medical Grade Materials
- LED Flashlight
- Flip-Down Knee Platform
- Yellow Reflective Tape
- Adjustable Forearm Strap
- Ergocap and Shock Absorber
- Includes AG13 Alkaline Batteries
- Warranty: 90-Day Manufacturer's Warranty
- Weight: 2.8 lbs
- Colors: Black, Blue, Gray, Green, Gold, Pink, Purple, Silver
- Item Numbers: 7G-Black, 7G-Blue, 7G-Gray, 7G-Green, 7G-Gold, 7G-Pink, 7G-Purple, 7G-Silver
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Product QuestionsWould these crutches be something that might help someone with severe back pain and walking. Maybe help relieve pressure on the spine.Question by: Tammy on Jun 3, 2019 11:43:00 AMUnfortunately we are unable to answer this question as we have no medical professionals on staff. Please contact your local care provider for the best response to this question.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Jun 5, 2019 3:46:00 PMWhat is the weight limit on your crutches?Question by: Perry Brummett on Nov 3, 2017 5:04:00 PMWeight capacity is 360 pounds according to the manufacturer.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Dec 8, 2017 9:25:00 AMIs Ergobauma Medicare recognized manufacturer / distributor?Question by: Perry Brummett on Nov 3, 2017 5:30:00 PMThe canes are manufactured by ErgoActives.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Dec 8, 2017 9:37:00 AMWhat is the weight limit on these crutches?Question by: Ruth Simon on Oct 11, 2017 6:40:00 PMWeight capacity is 360 pounds according to the manufacturer.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Feb 2, 2018 11:00:00 AMI only have the ability to use a crutch on my right arm. Do you sell single crutch?Question by: Melanie on May 21, 2017 9:48:00 AMThis specific item is only sold in pairs. We do have a crutch that is sold individually; you'll find it at the following page: vitalitymedical.com/adult-forearm-crutch-by-carex.htmlAnswer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on May 25, 2017 9:19:00 AM
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The only problem I have with them is the rubber tip is quite large and I have to pick it up higher to miss the ground on the swing as well as put it slightly out to the side, else I hit my shoe. Folks have commented on the more modern, less medical look. Height wise, I wish there were a little better ability to adjust. There's too big a gap between holes,.
The cushioning in the arm piece is not as hot as I thought it would make me.
The hand grip is almost too squishy if that makes sense. It does feel better to my palm and I'm getting used to the give when I lean on them.