Solaris ReadyWrap Knee unit is a non-elastic adjustable support for localized patella swelling or as a bridge with the calf and thigh ReadyWrap units for full leg coverage. When used to provide full leg coverage, the knee unit should be donned last so it can easily be adjusted.
ReadyWrap mimics the 50% overlap of traditional short-stretch bandaging but is much quicker and easier to put on and take off. 3 alternating Velcro closure straps are easy to use and ensure equalized torque. It can be paired with the ReadyWrap Foot Calf and Thigh Units for full leg compression. Constructed from a comfortable breathable blend of nylon polyester and polyurethane. Latex free. Made in the USA.
Every ReadyWrap Knee Unit includes 1 Solaris Silver Liner which fit a calf circumference up to 75cm. The silver liners are antimicrobial and provide enhanced comfort and protection for your leg. Additional liners sold separately. 46% nylon 35% acrylic 10% polyester 6% spandex and 3% x-static silver.
solaris thigh high wrap, November 17, 2017 By Anonymous (roland, OK)
Good quality. Easy to get on & off.
Solaris ReadyWrap Knee RW-LE-DE, September 15, 2017 By Anonymous (Petaluma, CA)(Verified)
I think this product is very effective especially when used with the thigh wrap.
Solution revolution!, August 10, 2017 By Anonymous (Appleton, WI)(Verified)
Because I am unable to wear thigh high compression stockings, this is the answer! Wear my knee highs and add this comfortable, solution solver. Also, great customer service. Bright Life is great!
SOLARIS READYWRAP KNEE, February 28, 2017 By SHIRLEY WOODHAM (MIDLAND CITY, AL)
THIS IS A GOOD PRODUCT AND WELL MADE. I DO HAVE PROBLEMS WITH IT SLIPPING DOWN AND MAKING KNEE UNCOMFORTABLE. I DO USE A LINER UNDER IT, AND I THINK IT WOULD FIT BETTER ABOVE THE KNEE.
A good improvement, October 13, 2013 By Timothy A. Keune (Glendale, AZ)
This is a big improvement over my last compression wrap. The wide straps provide a much better pressure gradient and help avoid the "trussed up" look when they are removed. Still, the wraps have a tendency to slide down once the tension goes slack from fluid drainage.