Climaware Wrist Brace
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A MULTIDIMENSIONAL INNOVATION IN WRIST HAND ORTHOTICS WITH PATENTED COLD, HOT AND CONTRAST THERAPY
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful, progressive condition that occurs when the median nerve in the wrist is compressed. This repetitive strain injury often needs more recovery time than people realize, and any technique for stimulating tissue without stressing it is valuable. Hot, Cold and Contrast therapy, though cumbersome, is prescribed as a practical and effective way to recovery by doctors worldwide.
The CLIMAWARE™ Cryothermic™ Wrist Wrap eliminates the fuss of using ice packs or a heating device to treat your strained wrists. The revolutionary product instantly cools/heats between 46°F to 110°F in just few seconds. It provides cold therapy electronically, the cooling effect of which is equivalent to using 100gms of ice; thereby letting you enjoy a hassle free and effective treatment.
This one of a kind, portable wrist wrap can be used as a night splint or as a regular brace that provides ergonomic wrist support which can relieve the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist sprains, tendon rupture and hand fatigue. Powered by globally patented Cryothermic™ nanotechnology, this wrap’s ultralight and portable design not only brings convenience by saving your time and effort but also ease your nerves anytime, anywhere!
-User Controllable Temperature Range: 46°F to 110°F (8°C to 43°C)
-Weight (without Touch Controller + Battery Unit): ~4.7 oz. (135 grams)
-Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery (7.4V)
-Charger type: US pin type; Input – 100-240V AC, 50/60 Hz Output – 4.2V DC 1200 mAh
-Weight (Touch Controller + Battery Unit):~4.2oz. (120grams)
-System Runtime: Up to 4 hours (~12 therapy sessions) in the lowest temperature setting and up to 1 hour (~3 therapy sessions) in the highest temperature setting
-Material: Breathable main-body with inbuilt foam cushioning
Small: 5.3" to 6.1" Wrist Circumference
Medium: 6.1" to 6.8" Wrist Circumference
Large: 6.8" to 7.6" Wrist Circumference