5 Prong Ice Grip Cane/Crutch Attachment

    Alex Orthopedic
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    5 Prong Ice Grip Cane/Crutch Attachment from HealthyKin.com prevents canes and crutches from slipping on icy or snowy surfaces. It increases your stability and reduces your chance of a slip or fall. The 5 prong ice grip quickly and securely attaches to most canes and crutches with the provided mounting screws.

    5 Prong Ice Grip Cane/Crutch Attachment Features:

    • Helps promote safe walking on ice and snow
    • Easy flip-up design while not in use
    • Attaches easily to most canes or crutches with only two screws (included)

    Part numbers: MNT04002

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      Customer Reviews

      (5.00)
      # of Ratings: 5
      1. on 3/8/2014, said:
      I had been looking for this since my old one broke, a few years ago. These are wonderful addition, use on ice and snow, and uphill over gravel, I have a "gait dysfunction".
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      2. on 1/3/2015, said:
      Life saver.
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      3. on 3/31/2014, said:
      for me this is just excellent! i had started falling more and my family has been worried. We got the cane attachment and got it put on the cane and it really stopped slipping. it is also easy to switch between prongs out and prongs put away. wonderful!!!
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      4. on 3/5/2014, said:
      The Five prong attachment for canes is just great. Walking with it during ice and snow gives a person confidence in walking. I am delighted with it... also when there is no snow, you can move the prongs up out of the way. JUST GREAT. Easy to install on a cane.
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      5. on 3/5/2014, said:
      It's a marvelous device. I wouldn't be able to live in Maine without it.
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