Trustcare TrustCare Elbow crutches - Black / Black

TrustCare Elliptical crutches - the armrests are made of sturdy plastic and the ergonomically designed handle is made of rubber for a firm and comfortable grip. The construction is made of aluminum, which makes the stool very light.
Article number:
PR30090-BB2
Availability:
In stock
Delivery time In Netherlands:
2 to 3 working days

€79,95 SRP €71,95

Incl. tax Excl. Shipping costs

TrustCare Let's Twist Again Elbow crutches, in the color Black / Black.

Ergonomic elbow crutches in a stylish design and available in different colors.
Aluminum material, so light and practical to use.
The handle is adjustable in height from 80 - 100 cm.

The holes to adjust the height of the stool are located at the bottom of the stool, so that the stool retains its elegant design. The washer at the bottom of the handle provides extra safety.

The Let's Twist Again armrest is made of sturdy plastic and the ergonomically designed handle is made of rubber for a comfortable grip. The construction is made of aluminum, which makes the stool very light.

The handle is made of a soft, durable material for a long service life, ergonomically designed and tested to let the grip and palm rest and provide comfortable support.

Elegant colors and detailed solutions give the stool a cool design and character above the ordinary.

TrustCare Let's Twist Again Elbow crutches:

  • Delivered in pairs
  • Maximum user weight 130 kg
  • Length of the handle 100mm
  • Height of the handle adjustable 80 - 100 cm
  • Length of the forearm support 210mm
  • The angle of the forearm support 15 °
  • Product weight: 1.08 kg (2) - 0.54 kg per stool
  • Material
    • Upper tube and lower tube: aluminum
    • Armrest: PP material
    • Handle: TPE material


The Let's Twist Again elbow crutch has been tested and approved according to ISO 9999; 2011 and has a CE marking. Named red dot award winner in 2014 for its stylish design.

 

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