Company : Drive Medical Design and Mfg
UMDC Code : 440987
4 point base, combined with offset handle provides additional stability and support.Easy-to-use, one-button height adjustment with locking bolt, allows quick, safe fitting.No assembly required.Handle height adjusts from 30" - 39".300 lb. Weight Capacity.Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Product URL : https://www.drivemedical.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=76_149&products_id=265
Last Updated : 03/16/2013
Categories : "Canes, Adjustable-Length, Standard-Handle"
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