Item No. 8011639

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Carex Small Base Offset Quad Cane (Black)


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The Carex Small Base Offset Quad Cane (Black), #A74100, is great for those who are independent enough to use a one-handed walking aid but would still prefer the extra stability of four floor contact points. Features a cushioned offset handle that reduces pressure and strain on the wrist and can be used with both right and left-handed users.

Features & Benefits:

  • Features soft cushioned offset handle
  • Height adjustable with the push of a button
  • Small base for increased maneuverability
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Height 28 - 37 inches
Width 6 inches
Depth 7.75 inches
Product Weight inches
Unit Price $34.99 per EACH (on regular retail)
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Package Count 1
Depth 7.75
Width 6
Height 28 - 37
Product Weight inches
Color Black
Model A74100
Country of Manufacture China
Fitting Guidelines: Do not use this product without reading and understanding the instructions inside. Consult a healthcare professional for use instructions. Hold Cane with the hand opposite weak or injured side, 6 inches outside body (not right beside). Elbows should be bent 15-20 degrees when pressing down (30 degrees without pressure). Check rubber tip for rips, tears, cracks or wear. If any of these conditions exist, replace rubber tip immediately. Carex Canes provide mobility assistance for individuals weighing up to 250 pounds. Canes are designed to provide support, increased stability and assistance while walking. Canes are not designed to support the full weight of individuals or to be used to lifting or leverage. Before use ensure that the snap button fully protrudes through adjustment hole of the cane, this ensures that the cane is securely locked in position. Without doing so a fall could result, causing bodily injury and/or damage to the cane.

Do not use this equipment without first reading and understanding these instructions. If you are unable to understand the Warnings, Cautions or Instructions, contact a healthcare professional, before attempting to use this equipment, otherwise injury may occur.