Great sling for the price, but one desing anoyance
If you are reading this article, you or a close friend must be enduring the same wound healing process, and thankfully, I have almost finished it. In my case, it was a bike crash and a broken collarbone. After my surgery, I was put in Don Joey Ultrasonic III. I have a great sling in my hand. However, as a competitive cyclist, after recovering for 2.5 weeks, I feel I have to start indoor training and have four weeks of "sling time". Knowing how much a person sweats when riding a bike indoors, I decided to buy a second sling for these exercises. Don Joey was about 120-3-4 times the price of this Vive sling, so I bought this. On the whole, this is great. The overall quality is good, but it is obvious to use lower quality materials and fewer functions. Overall, I would say, you get more money than Vive, but if you want the best, get Don Joey. I don't mind slightly lower quality materials and watch straps, they work very well, it's only about 6 weeks (I hope!) 。 The problem is that on both slings, there are short straps connecting each other and shoulder straps near the wrist areas on both sides of the slings. This keeps both sides together and provides a very safe and intimate time when all is connected and worn-there is no problem there. The problem is that on DonJoy, each short strap is independent and not connected to each other, and the shoulder straps have two clamp connectors to connect them. Which means.