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Blatchford Linx Integrated Limb System

Linx is the world’s first fully integrated microprocessor controlled lower limb system for above-knee amputees, designed to deliver a walking experience that is closer to nature than ever before.

Key Features

 Replicates the dynamic and adaptive qualities of natural limb movement
 Integrated sensors continuously analyse data, adjusting to seamlessly align for the next step
 Fast adjustment times and easy navigation of slopes and steps
 Varying levels of stance support helps to increase the user’s confidence and independence
 Supportive resistance throughout stance phase provide optimal stability for walking with greater safety and less effort
 Maximum resistance when standing still stabilises the knee and foot, on both flat and slopes, encouraging better posture and balanced loading to relieve pressure on the sound limb and lower back
 Hydraulic technology supports long term musculoskeletal health
 Supports the body weight to control descent onto a seat

Other Features

 Cycling mode and Fixed Angle Flexion Lock Mode
 Intuitive Programming Software

Technical Specification

 Max User Weight 125kg
 Activity Level 3
 Battery Life: Up to 3 days
 Weight: 2.6kg*
 Build Height: 470-565mm
 Heel Height: 10mm

*Component weight shown is for a size 26cm without footshell.

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