Vol. 2, No. 14
Spring is the walker that
lets you go your way.
What We're Doing
We're delivering Spring!  Our second shipment is on the way.
We expect new inventory to be available for delivery
beginning in late January. Order Spring now at our
introductory price of $380 plus shipping:
Our first customers have received their product
and we hope you are pleased. We want to hear your feedback.
Your printed user manual is inserted into the top
of the protective packaging. You can
also find the manual and a short video here:
User Tip
Spring arrives with the passive brake on the tightest setting, for your safety.
If you find it hard to depress for easy walking, try these three steps:

1) Lower the adjustable handlebar to a lower setting.
Your arm should be almost straight.

2) Stand inside Spring, so that your feet are between the front and
rear wheels. (If you have been using another walker, this is
probably considerably farther forward than you are used to.) 
Press straight down on the handlebar.
3) If you find it still requires too
much effort, the resistance
can be adjusted by moving the
round pin on the rear wheels.

Watch our short video on our website:


For this reason we recommend that the adjustment be made by
your physical therapist or other health care professional
who understands your specific mobility needs.
Product Feature of the Month
Compact, Two-Step Fold
Have you ever tried to wrestle a walker into the trunk of a car?

Often it has to go in the back seat.
There are small foldable models but most
don’t provide that much support. Spring is sturdy
and it folds to 4.3 cubic feet -- a mere 27% of its open volume.
It’s also 25% smaller than than the leading brand.
When you close Spring, it locks automatically –no flopping
open while you are trying to get it into your trunk. It stays in a
compact piece until you are ready to use it again.
What We're Reading
Am I the only Boomer who finds this taunt amusing?
The most annoying feature is the absence of punctuation.
But like most memes, it has germs of truth and wide application. 

A thoughtful look at generational mismatch was reported
by Alison Gopnik in The Wall Street Journal:
At Foray we are interested in more than physical
mobility—we are interested in how people move through life.

What We're Hoping
Have a peaceful and joyous holiday season.
Write to us at info@foraydesign.com

Or call us at: (833) MY-FORAY
(833) 693- 6729

Thanks to a funded program, we can donate a unit
to your clinic, community center, or venue.
Your Foray Design Team,
Patricia Kavanagh, M.D.
Ioannis Rutledge
Colin Touhey
Hal Ebbott
Jody Day
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