Sizes Available: UNI
Tynor Walking Stick Tripod is designed to provide full weight bearing when one leg is physically challenged because of a nervous disorder, fracture, disease, injury, old age, etc. More and more professionals prefer the usage of Walking Stick Tripod over the conventional single pod walking stick, because of greater stability and confidence of the patient. The height adjustment feature ensures proper load bearing, comfort, and correct posture. Available in silver, black and golden color.
The ergonomically shaped gel-padded handle is wide-bodied for a comfortable fit with the palm of both hands. It is also non-allergenic and odorless. Good for hands with low padding on palms or constant pain due to arthritis or other musculoskeletal issues
Offers good stability combined with the convenience of being a self-standing uni
A light frame with a small base - move around freely across the day both indoors and outdoors including stairs.
Adjustable to match posture and height (handle height between 71 cm to 95 cm)
Easy maintenance with basic swiping required
Usage/Application: Walking support with max recommended weight-bearing capacity of 110 kgs
Soft top Handle: The handle is scientifically designed for comfortable use by both hands, with a wide top that ensures a strong grip with uniform load-bearing across the palm and fingers. A safety lanyard is included. Soft gel on handle top being latex-free, non-allergenic, odorless and durable makes for excellent shock absorption and ease of maintenance
Mild Steel & Aluminium Alloy Body: Pairing the strength of the steel with the lightness and resilience of aluminum, the main body is well strengthened yet very light. The base too is made by welding legs of this material to a plate - maintaining the focus on lightness. It is further anodized for safety against wear and tear
Welded Tripod Base: Designed as a simple 3 arm base with the arms facing away from the foot in an almost 180o degree arrangement. This self-balances the product, though makes it slightly difficult to maneuver in tight spaces