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MINGDIAN Aluminum Alloy Height Adjustable Elderly Crutch with St

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Product description

Color:Brown

Still worrying about traditional crutches?
Traditional wooden crutches have a fixed height and cannot be adjusted in height×
Wooden crutches are not fireproof, not waterproof, easy to mold, and have a short service life×
Other axillary crutches are bulky, difficult to use, and easy to corrode over time ×
I want to try folding the cane.

Four characteristics of folding crutches:
1. Lighter than traditional crutches
2. The crutches have strong grip, firmness and reliability, so there is no need to worry about the safety of the elderly
3. Beautiful and simple crutches
4. Aluminum alloy folding triangle stool

Specification:
Frame material: thick aluminum alloy
Name: Aluminum Crutch Stool
Type: Crutches
Seat plate material: ABS engineering plastic
Net weight: 1.18KG
Applicable people: elderly, people with limited mobility, post-rehabilitation
Function: assist walking
Weight: 100KG


packing list:
Folding crutches*1
Manual *1

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