In-Motion Pro Underarm Crutch Set
The in-Motion Pro Underarm Crutch is designed to reduce impact on the wrist and underarm areas, while also giving energy back to the user for improved mobility. The in-Motion Pro boasts a variety of features including a true ergonomic handle and a Spring-Assist Feature. This patented technology has reduced the harmful effects of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and nerve damage for thousands of customers. The in-Motion Pro comes in a variety of sizes and colors, fitting users from 4’6”-7’3”, while maintaining the ability to fold in half for easy transport. Our crutches come with a (1) one-year warranty when purchased direct through Millennial Medical.
This product has the following features:
- Spring Assist Technology
- Articulating Crutch Tips
- Ergonomic Handles
- Folding Capability
- Heavy Duty Construction (500lb user capacity)
X-Tall: Charcoal Grey
Tall: Charcoal Grey, Blue, Red, White
Short: Charcoal Grey, Blue, Red, White
Looks like it was painted with cheap paint cans, bare metal is showing. Handle is loose and won’t tighten up. A lot of money for such a poor looking product.
I contracted Polio as a baby in 1949. I have used crutches all of the life that I can remember. Most crutches that you find in medical supply stores are made for short-term use; I can have them broken within a week. Several years ago I found the In-Motion crutches online and purchased a pair. Being an engineer, I made them more stable with bolts as my intent was to use them the rest of my life. I now have two pairs, a blue pair that I keep in my van and a gray pair that I use at home. At this point, if I'm not in a wheelchair then I must be on crutches. And I only trust the In-Motion crutches. Because the bottom piece moves, there is wear on the rivet. When that rivet breaks I usually replace it with a screw or bolt, but I've also ordered just the bottom pieces and that's even easier. The hand grips on the original crutches that I purchased are better than the hand grips on crutches I've ordered later, so I replace the newer hand grips with the older ones. That is the only negative comment I have besides the need to stabilize the crutches better with bolts. In my opinion, these are the best crutches you can buy.
I'm an amputee above the knee, and I had to stop using my prosthetic leg about 15 years ago. I was introduced to the Millennial underarm crutches with springs in the bottom for more than 10 years. It took a couple of days to get used to them, but after that, I have never considered going back to regular crutches -- either wood or aluminum. Millennial crutches underarm padding and design works well. The special tilted hand grips are super -- they take a lot of stress pressure off my wrists. In addition, the springs in the bottom take a lot of pressure off my arms and shoulders. The Millennial crutches are great and hold up for a long time. The springs usually wear through the grooves after a couple of years. Then I usually just order a couple more bottom segments of the crutches. I've always had good customer service, even though I've moved way out to Missouri! I'm constantly on the Millennial crutches, except when I'm in front of my computer. Thanks for making my life bearable!