Forearm Crutches - Standard
(Model No. G051)
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Replaced same old pair that was constantly squeaking but...
Not durable. After just a few days of use, they started squeaking like the old pair did after years of use.
gary n. from kenosha, wi
Person who has spina bifida.
alvin w. from birmingham, al
I AM A DOUBLE AMPUTEE WITH PROSTHETIC LEGS
Strong and durable.
Good metal and sturdy.
If the person is short about 5'3', consider a set of pediatric ones. The adults are supposed to fit an adult 5'0 and taller but are nearly too tall for someone 5'3".
william c. from fort worth, tx (caregiver)
Post-polio, 35 year old man
Not same product it once was
Overall the best available. Sturdiness incomparable to other brands
Cuffs appear to have been stretched too much
don a. from arcola, il (caregiver)
72 year old female. Polio victim 67 years ago. Used guardian forearms for over 65 years.
Been using this brand for 20 years
Unbreakable , nice looking and rust proof
effat b. from missouri city, tx (caregiver)
Sister with polio
The fact that it is strong, not flimsy like most of the other forearm crutches.
The plastic, it makes it hard to keep a good grip my hands.
stephen b. from white lake, mi
If you need forearm crutches, this is your product.
Quality workmanship. It used to be that the rivets or handle would slip out after some use. In the last 15 years, I have trusted guardian with their forearm crutches and have been able to get almost 3 years use.
I am light weight, so I don't think someone heavier than 130 would get 3 years life out of these crutches. However, I am very pleased with them.
jose m. from rio hondo, tx
Have used forearm crutches almost all of my life. Guardain has been an excellent product for my needs.
great for the price
more durable then most other crutches i have tried. this is my second pair of this model of crutches.
Plastic parts could be metal or stronger. rubber tips ware to fast. needs to stand the test of time especially if you are on a budget.
david h. from norfolk, va
32years old,amputee left leg.
Forearm Crutches - Standard: Review
mary k. from griffith, in
best crutches I've tried yet.
Very well made. Strong materials. I like that they hold on to my arm while I reach for a door knob, leaving my hands free.
They are the heaviest crutches I've ever owned.
david b. from glenview, il
52yr old male w/osteoarthritis in knees and hip. Also with preferal neurapathy in feet causing balance problems.
Heavy, but feels dependable
Solid with reasonable height adjustments. appears to be well built. I have used mine heavily for about three weeks and they hold up well.
Hard to adjust the width of arm supports. No angle adjustment for handles.
bjorn k. from ballston lake, ny
I am waiting for hip replacement of my right hip. I am 69 yrs old
Best crutches on the market. Been using them for 32 years.
Best materials used in the production of this product.
Only weakness is that the tips wear out too quickly for me. Not a problem I just replace them.
wendy m. from charlottesville, va