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 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