Think Ergo Arm Sling Air – Lightweight, Breathable, Ergonomically Designed Medical Sling for Broken & Fractured Bones – Adjustable Arm, Shoulder & Rotator Cuff Support

December 1, 2018 - Comment

Unlike other arm slings that dig into your neck and are cumbersome to use, Think Ergo Arm Sling Air is ergonomically designed to adapt to the contours of your neck and shoulder, relieving pressure and helping you heal in maximum comfort. With vents throughout the entire strap, this arm sling is amazingly light and breathable.

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Unlike other arm slings that dig into your neck and are cumbersome to use, Think Ergo Arm Sling Air is ergonomically designed to adapt to the contours of your neck and shoulder, relieving pressure and helping you heal in maximum comfort. With vents throughout the entire strap, this arm sling is amazingly light and breathable. The strap’s cushy neoprene padding provides excellent shock absorption, so your arm doesn’t get jolted with each step or movement. The sling’s thumb loops provide added support to your hand to prevent fatigue. To make things easy, the length adjuster is located at the front, eliminating the need to take it off or have someone help you to adjust it. Everything about the Think Ergo Arm Sling Air was designed to minimize pain and help you be well on your way to a comfortable recovery.

Size: Adult (5′ 2″ – 6′ tall, 90-225 pounds). One Size Fits Most. Arm Sling Air Instructions: 1) Take the arm sling out of the box and lay it on a flat surface, such as a table. 2) If you will be using the arm sling on your right arm, the opening of the arm pouch should be pointing to your left. If you will be using it on your left arm, the opening of the arm pouch should be pointing to your right. 3) Thread the strap through the loop and pull to tighten. 4) Put the arm sling on. The strap should be centered on your shoulder and the arm sling should be comfortably supporting your arm. To tighten, pull the strap at the front, or adjust it via the Tri-Glide buckle on the back.

Product Features

  • Breathable: Vents throughout the entire strap wick moisture and keep you cool
  • Comfortable: Cushy neoprene strap padding conforms to your body and doesn’t dig into your neck
  • Convenient: Front-facing length adjuster provides easy one-handed adjustment
  • Supportive: Built-in thumb loops support your hand to prevent fatigue
  • Fit: Adult 5′ 2″ – 6′ tall, 90-225 pounds. Can be worn on the left or right arm.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Full review with dimensions and pictures! The product is a good value, overall. But there is a flaw that you should be aware of and it could not come across in a picture. Any picture. The strap is padded on the top, the part that hangs on your shoulder right by your neck. BUT, where it does not have padding and could have used it, is the part of the strap that goes on your back. Since your arm is in front of you (your chest/stomach region), that means the strap does apply pressure on your back. Your arm is hanging down, but also kind of pushing forward, trust me. So the pad is fine for about 15 mins, slightly uncomfortable over the next 30, then it starts getting irritated.There is a solution: You can apply duct tape or get some foam tape or even get the pad that goes on the belt in a kid’s car seat, and it will provide padding. Or you can think of your own solution… I’m’ sure if you think about it many ideas will come to you.Other than that, the product DOES provide nice support for your arm…

Anonymous says:

This strap will stain and ruin your shirts. This sling is comfortable – and decent looking. We got it for my husband when he broke his collarbone. BUT, he wore it with dress shirts and suits and the strap wrapped around behind his neck rubbed off a blue-ish black color onto the collars of his shirts – a stain that will not come out. Very disappointing. The cleaners could not get out the stains. So do not buy or wear this with any shirts you care about as it will stain them and ruin them.

Anonymous says:

Get this sling before your surgery If you know anyone who is having rotator cuff surgery, tell them to buy this sling beforehand. The one they send you home from the surgery in is a piece of crap; I used it for two weeks until it was completely stretched out. Then I got this sling – night and day! I only wish I’d gotten it sooner. Easy to adjust, easy to remove, this sling holds your arm firmly in place, but still has enough elasticity to allow for necessary movement. Only downside is the padded shoulder strap is a bit big. Otherwise, fantastic!

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