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ProFlex® 1400 Universal Size Back Support

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Universal Size Back Support: Fits most waist sizes to make back support programs easy.

Features

  • Universal size: fits most waists
  • Non-conductive polypropylene stays
  • 280D spandex body material
  • Adjustable, detachable suspenders
  • Rubber track webbing

Application

  • Material Handling
  • Construction
  • Warehousing/Distribution
  • Maintenance
  • Freight/Baggage
  • Assembly/Fabrication
  • Landscaping/Grounds
MSRP
$35.25
5 out of 5 stars
Based on 2 reviews, 100% of customers recommend this item.
5
2
2 reviews
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ITEM # 1400UN
Availability: In stock

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Universal Size Back Support: Fits most waist sizes to make back support programs easy.

Features

  • Universal size: fits most waists
  • Non-conductive polypropylene stays
  • 280D spandex body material
  • Adjustable, detachable suspenders
  • Rubber track webbing

Application

  • Material Handling
  • Construction
  • Warehousing/Distribution
  • Maintenance
  • Freight/Baggage
  • Assembly/Fabrication
  • Landscaping/Grounds

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ProFlex® 1400 Universal Size Back Support

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5 out of 5 stars
Based on 2 reviews, 100% of customers recommend this item.
5
2
2 reviews
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  • Tenacious Tester Tenacious
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    Charles Green

    Reviewed on Nov 14, 2017

    This is a back support. Not big deal, right? Well, when I first got it, I figured it would do its thing and that would be that. I opened up the package and threw it on... Or should I say that I attempted to throw it on...?
    Initially, I thought it was too small, as i could not get it wrapped around my "bear preparing for hibernation" mid-section. The initial struggle frustrated me and I figured I would give Ergodyne "heck" for calling it universal size instead of "one size fits most."
    With a few choice swear words mumbled under my breath I tossed it on the passenger seat of my truck and prepared to make do without it. As it hit the seat, a small paper fluttered off the seat and wafted to the ground. Picking the paper up, I realized it was directions for the back support, thoughtfully provided along with it.
    Out of habit (I'm a guy that reads everything eventually) I read the directions and realized to my chagrin that the failure of sizing was between my ears, not with the back belt. After seeing how to properly adjust the fit of the belt I put it on -- with a few humorous instances... Everything is adjustable, and relocateable, including the shoulder straps... imagine my surprise when I was stretching the straps over my shoulders and I pulled the front velcro anchor free sending the elastic strap bouncing around...
    Once I had the belt on though, It was very comfortable and supportive. This was especially key because my day would be spent moving concrete cylinders.
    As a construction materials inspector, I often have to make concrete cylinders during pours on job sites. Once they have set overnight, we have to pick them up and move them to the lab for curing and testing.
    This means a lot of repetitive motion... properly picking up a concrete cylinder that weighs about 30 pounds is not a big deal. Now, factor in that it is approximately 50 cylinders, and that you have to carry each one over uneven ground on a job site and place them in a special rack in the back of a pickup truck. There is a lot of bending and twisting and moving and using your back muscles to stabilize your core when you are moving these cylinders.
    Normally, it would mean for tired muscles and a dull ache at the end of the day, even with company mandated stretching prior to beginning work.
    With his support I did not feel the ache even though I had moved a couple of thousand pounds of concrete by day's end.
    The belt did not budge once I had it installed correctly, and it has held up well so far.
    I use it almost daily, and after I have an opportunity to use it more, I will add further information to my review.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

  • Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Charles Green

    Reviewed on Nov 14, 2017

    This is a back support. Not big deal, right? Well, when I first got it, I figured it would do its thing and that would be that. I opened up the package and threw it on... Or should I say that I attempted to throw it on...?
    Initially, I thought it was too small, as i could not get it wrapped around my "bear preparing for hibernation" mid-section. The initial struggle frustrated me and I figured I would give Ergodyne "heck" for calling it universal size instead of "one size fits most."
    With a few choice swear words mumbled under my breath I tossed it on the passenger seat of my truck and prepared to make do without it. As it hit the seat, a small paper fluttered off the seat and wafted to the ground. Picking the paper up, I realized it was directions for the back support, thoughtfully provided along with it.
    Out of habit (I'm a guy that reads everything eventually) I read the directions and realized to my chagrin that the failure of sizing was between my ears, not with the back belt. After seeing how to properly adjust the fit of the belt I put it on -- with a few humorous instances... Everything is adjustable, and relocateable, including the shoulder straps... imagine my surprise when I was stretching the straps over my shoulders and I pulled the front velcro anchor free sending the elastic strap bouncing around...
    Once I had the belt on though, It was very comfortable and supportive. This was especially key because my day would be spent moving concrete cylinders.
    As a construction materials inspector, I often have to make concrete cylinders during pours on job sites. Once they have set overnight, we have to pick them up and move them to the lab for curing and testing.
    This means a lot of repetitive motion... properly picking up a concrete cylinder that weighs about 30 pounds is not a big deal. Now, factor in that it is approximately 50 cylinders, and that you have to carry each one over uneven ground on a job site and place them in a special rack in the back of a pickup truck. There is a lot of bending and twisting and moving and using your back muscles to stabilize your core when you are moving these cylinders.
    Normally, it would mean for tired muscles and a dull ache at the end of the day, even with company mandated stretching prior to beginning work.
    With his support I did not feel the ache even though I had moved a couple of thousand pounds of concrete by day's end.
    The belt did not budge once I had it installed correctly, and it has held up well so far.
    I use it almost daily, and after I have an opportunity to use it more, I will add further information to my review.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

    Brenda Berry

    Reviewed on Oct 15, 2017

    I have severe arthritis in my back. I'm 68 years old. This brace allows me to be up and about and active much longer. My pain is greatly reduced when I wear this brace.

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