new liners... ouch!
michael at woodfreeman.com
Tue Oct 22 13:48:16 PDT 2002
both and yes, many times.
> This new liner sounds great. Is it planned for ak's only, or will it
> be for both?
>ever been to Moses Lake?
>Michael Freeman wrote:
>>I talked with him today by phone.
>>He reminded me that I go through this each time a new one is put on.
>>I am now at new dawning plus 7 hours and it is much better.
>>It is nice (now) to have a fit that does not wiggle around some.
>>When this liner comes to market, I'll give you the info.
>>It is in the second year of testing.
>>So far it surpasses everything else on the market.
>>No bunching behind the knee
>>no pinching from stretching over the knee
>>No sweating pools in the bottom of the liner.
>>No picking up lint and junk from the floor.
>>NO SMELL even if it is not washed for 4 weeks (did that during an early
>>So far each liner has lasted at least 8 to 14 months, using the same
>>liner every day (not switching between 2)
>>The outside fabric is tough, does not run or fray at the top when cut and
>>does not separate from the gel inside at the top
>>When the gel is cut (like kneeling on it on a rough ground, and it
>>splits, it does not continue to run..
>>it is always soft. The gel does not harden after time.
>>So far I do like them. But I don't know when it will come to market. I
>>do know the cost will be less than oww's at wholesale and hopefully less
>>to the consumer (but because of the L codes probably not..)
>>At 11:56 AM 10/22/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>>>In a message dated 10/22/02 10:31:28 AM Central Daylight Time,
>>><mailto:michael at woodfreeman.com>michael at woodfreeman.com writes:
>>>>The liner had, about 5 months ago, lost its volume so I had put on
>>>>socks, 2 ply, then 4 ply then 5 ply.
>>>Michael you need to see your prosthetist.
>>>Al Pike, CP
>>>Amputee Resource Foundation of America, Inc.
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