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With adjustability, you can relieve pain, increase mobility, and create independence.
RevoFit is a kit that your provider builds into your device so that you can control the fit and comfort with a twist of a dial. Is RevoFit adjustability right for you?
RevoLock is a kit that your provider builds into your device to reduce frustration while offering secure suspension. Is RevoLock Adjustability right for you?
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Mom’s, dad’s, athletes, business owners, daily adventurers—you have lives to lead and people who depend on you. You can't put your life on hold because your prosthetic socket or orthotic brace doesn't fit.
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We have tested adjustable socket designs on adults, teenagers, top athletes, stay-at-home moms, professionals, outdoorsmen, and veterans. Whether you are an arm patient, a leg patient, or a joint disarticulation patient, adjustable sockets can increase your comfort and control.
Because the system is incorporated into the lamination of the socket, a new one will have to be made. That being said, if you have a socket that you like and is comfortable, your prosthetist can duplicate your current mold and remake your socket with the adjustable system installed.
If your current socket does not fit well, we recommend that you start fresh with a new casting, test sockets, etc. It is a bit more work, but it will yield the best results.
No, while many athletes love the on-the-fly adjustability in the heat of competition, so do amputees who struggle with changes in socket fit. Whatever your background or activity level, we find that patients who have control of their socket fit fare better and get back to doing what they love more often.
Each insurance company is different. You local prosthetist will be able to answer questions specific to your insurance company.
Up to 10 sock ply, but the numbers can vary depending on the use case.
For lower extremity prosthetic devices, the suggested weight limit is 220 lbs. You can use two systems if a patient weighs over 220 lbs and create two zones of moveable panels. For non weight bearing applications, there is no weight limit.
RevoFit adjustable sockets may not be appropriate for people with numbness in their limb, or who lack the ability to make sound decisions about the level of compression in their socket. Your prosthetist will need to help you determine if adjusting fit can be accomplished without over-tightening the system and damaging your limb.
Our products are sold directly to prosthetists who then work with you to fit and fabricate your adjustable socket. Please take the quiz above to see if a RevoFit socket will work for you. Then download and print our RevoFit guide and take it to your practitioner to get started.
Our kits are sold directly to prosthetists who can work with you to fit and fabricate an adjustable socket. Click Medical does not make sockets or treat patients. Please contact your prosthetic provider to discuss RevoFit adjustability benefits.
RevoFit is an inexpensive solution to the ongoing problem of fit and comfort. That said, costs may vary due to the design your practitioner decides upon. Talk with your provider to get a good idea of any associated costs and your insurance coverage for a new socket.
Our components are replaceable. We have your back and can get you or your provider a replacement kit to fix the socket. Please contact us.
Also note that we warrant all products for 6 months, effective from the date of delivery to the original purchaser. To see the full warranty click here.
Patients can register their device with us for extra benefits. Register here.
Click Medical has made adjustable sockets compatible with most liner types (cushion, pin, seal-in, suction) and suspension systems (knee sleeve, pin lock, lanyard, suction, vacuum). We know there are many ways to make a prosthetic limb and we do not want to dictate what systems can and cannot be used with adjustability.
RevoFit panels can both compress to create pressure or expand to create volume. This adjustable feature helps patients create comfort during different activities. When active, dial in compression for great fit and function. When seated, release tension for comfort. With adjustability, each patient can dial in their own fit to suit their lives and bodies.
The RevoFit system is robust and holds up well over time. Even so, laces and dials can break. Each component of the system can be replaced by either you or by your prosthetist and it only takes a few minutes. Click recommends lace replacement every 6 months.
It is 300lb Spectra (Dyneema) Lace.
The lace often lasts the life of the socket. However, we recommend replacing it every six months. It’s easy to do and it ensures that your socket will always be in tip-top condition.
Adjustability is great, but it can only adjust so much. You may still need a sock here or there for global volume change, but most patients find that their sock usage greatly decreases. Work with your provider to ensure that the socket is well designed and is tuned to provide the range of adjustments you need.
RevoFit is safe to submerge in fresh and saltwater. If you do use the system in saltwater, rinse the system with clean water afterwards to remove salt and any corrosive elements.
Yes, the new tube is kink resistant, and along with our tighter weave on the sheath, allows you to make tight radius turn (1"). If you are a patient, please reach out to your practitioner.
The system is able to create approximately 200lbs of line tension. If you add a block and tackle configuration with the lace, you can create even more power. The system can be added to a device and used for contracture management. If you are a patient, please reach out to your practitioner.
Patients who are best suited for RevoLock are those who struggle with their current suspension system or new patients looking for an innovative suspension approach. We have successfully outfitted patients who have trouble locating a pin-lock pin, have long or bulbous limbs, experience large volume change each day or change activity often. We have also seen great benefits for patients who struggle with balance when donning their socket or who have limited range of motion. In the end, we make it easy to put on and keep on your socket.
RevoLock may not be appropriate for people with numbness in their limb. Talk to your provider to see if this will work for you.
The weight of the patient is managed mostly by the socket frame, rather than by the RevoLock system. As long as you do not intend to hang by your feet on a regular basis, then the RevoLock system can be used on just about any patient weight.
The RevoLock system approaches suspension in a different way. Rather than relying on the exact position of the liner to align the pin with the lock, RevoLock draws the limb into the correct position. It's like having that new automatic parallel parking feature on your car. It simply guides your limb into place. You can put on your socket while seated without falling, hopping around or causing skin shear. Lastly, you are always attached to the socket regardless of the volume of your leg. Stop struggling and dial in suspension throughout the day.
Most of the time RevoLock is integrated into a new socket. However, for some pin-lock systems there are ways to retrofit the system into an existing socket. It’s a bit more complicated, but it may be worth asking your provider if it they can safely install the system into your socket.
Please take the quiz above to see if a RevoLock will work for you. Then download and print our RevoLock guide and take it to your provider to get started. If you don't have a provider, visit our List of Providers to find someone in your area.
Each insurance company is different. You local provider will be able to answer questions specific to your insurance company.
Adding RevoLock to a socket is an inexpensive way to truly improve the socket. That said, a new socket has to be built to incorporate RevoLock into a socket. If you are a patient talk with your provider to get a good idea of any associated costs and your insurance coverage for a new socket. If you are a provider, please reach out to your distributor for pricing.
The system is easy to use! Just attach the metal insert at the end of the cord to your liner, and then wind the dial. The lace will draw your limb into the socket. As your volume changes, you can continue to position your limb until it fully seats into the bottom of the socket. To release tension or to remove the socket, simply pull the dial outwards to release the locking mechanism and pull your limb out of the socket.
You can attach the metal insert into each liner you use. Simply screw on/off the insert to the liner that you are using that day. You can also pull the RevoLock insert into the end of the socket to create an air seal. Then you can use a sealing ring/suction liner as as an alternative method of suspension.
The RevoLock system is robust and holds up well over time. Even so, laces and dials can break. Each component of the system can be replaced by either you or by your prosthetist and it only takes a few minutes. Click recommends lace replacement every 6 months.
300lb Spectra (Dyneema) Lace.
The lace can often last the life of the socket. However, we do recommend replacing it every six months. It’s easy to do and it ensures that your socket will always be in tip-top condition.
RevoLock is safe to submerge in fresh and saltwater. If you do use the system in salt water, rinse the system with clean water afterward to remove salt and any corrosive elements.
Check the lace often for knots or signs of wear. If either exist, replace the lace with a lace replacement kit. Have your provider look over your system when you visit their office to ensure that the system is functioning optimally.
No, the new snap feature is not airtight and the device will not be able to hold suction or EV. If you are a patient, please reach out to your practitioner.