Quick-Fit Wrist II


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Immobilizes and protects wrists affected by injury and trauma
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ProCare Quick-Fit Wrist II Features & Benefits

The ProCare Quick-Fit Wrist II is a universal, functional wrist orthosis for the support of wrist and hand injuries and trauma. A simple single pull lace design and stockinette tongue ease application while the soft nylon/foam laminate offers comfort. The Quick-Fit Wrist II has an adjustable, malleable dorsal stay pod that may be placed in the proper location for immobilization or removed completely during rehabilitation. A contoured palmar stay provides proper anatomical fit allowing full finger dexterity and may be contoured as needed to address a variety of indications. Universal for most wrist sizes 10" and under and Universal XL for wrist sizes 10" plus. Left and Right. Patent pending. The Quick-Fit Wrist II is highly recommended by orthopedic doctors and surgeons.

Ideal for

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Wear overnight to help alleviate pain and support CTS
  • Support for weak, unstable and sprained wrists
  • Additional support after a cast is removed due to a wrist fracture
  • Immobilization

Product Care

Wash with light detergent and rinse with water. Air dry.

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Product Questions

I workout a lot and do a lot of pushups, bridges, etc... My wrists are weak and my thumbs also get strained from trying to compensate. Would a brace like this help? I see so many on this site and I'm confused as to which one would be better.
Question by: Beth on Jul 28, 2014, 7:58 AM
If you want to wear the braces while working out then take a look at the <a href="{{store direct_url='donjoy-wrist-wraps-wrist-brace'}}">DonJoy Wrist Wraps</a>. You can still get the use of your hands while wearing these.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 28, 2014, 7:58 AM
Will I be able to do back handsprings in these if not wich one could I do one in?
Question by: Pedro on May 11, 2016, 12:52 PM
The Procare Quick-Fit Wrist II has metal stays so it will not allow the wrist to bend. You may want to go with something like the Don Joy Wrist Wraps https://www.donjoystore.com/donjoy-wrist-wraps-wrist-brace This wrist support will allow the wrist to bend while still provideing some support
Answer by: Admin on May 11, 2016, 12:52 PM
I just had reconstructive surgery on my wrist. Had total dislocation. Had 3 pins in wrist. I'm about 6 weeks post surgery. Have had plastic immobilization splint on. Will be returning to work soon. Plastic splint won't cut it at work. Which splint would you suggest?
Question by: kevin on Jan 27, 2016, 4:01 AM
Either the Quickfit Wrist II or the <a href="{{store direct_url='aircast-a2-wrist-brace'}}">A2 Wrist by Aircast</a>. Both have a aluminum stay on top and bottom of the wrist. The A2 is a little cooler than the Quickfit.
Answer by: Admin on Jan 27, 2016, 4:01 AM
Hi. I am wondering where I can find wrist braces in different colors? Like pink, blue, purple. Please let me know. My daughter has a bump on her wrist but would like to wear a different color.
Question by: Amy on Apr 9, 2016, 6:56 PM
Im sorry we do not have colored braces for the wrist, black only
Answer by: Admin on Apr 9, 2016, 6:56 PM
I had a boxers fracture and need support while working. Will this brace be the best one to choose for that?
Question by: Jessica on Aug 19, 2015, 2:50 PM
The Quickfit II Wrist brace comes down on the hand so it should be supportive enough for a healed fracture.
Answer by: Admin on Aug 19, 2015, 2:50 PM
Size Length Wrist Circ.
U 8" Up to 10"
U/XL 8" 10" plus