Bioness L300 for left leg

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Bioness L300 for left leg

Postby lsg1962 » Mon Dec 12, 2016 2:05 pm

Bioness L300,left leg, cuff size medium including controller, gait sensor and replacement battery. user guide and carrying case.
Paid $6000+, asking $2500 or obo. If interested or have questions, contact me either thru this site or email me at
lsg111262@gmail.com
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I have the right side. Bioness Plus - Right Leg - For Sale

Postby r7111 » Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:36 pm

Bioness Plus - Right Leg - For Sale
I have a never used, right leg system, still sealed from the manufacturer Bioness l300 plus. New from the manufacturer they are about $13,000. I am asking $4,500. If interested please email me ryan_noreen@hotmail.com . I have never used it because I am in a wheelchair and cant walk. When we bought it my therapist thought I would be in a place/condition where it would get used. Now I could use the money to pay bills. Make an offer?
Copied from the Bioness website:
The NESS L300 Plus System consists of 4 main components: a thigh cuff that fits above the knee on the quads or hamstrings, a lightweight cuff that fits below the knee, a small gait sensor placed in the shoe, and a wireless control unit.
All of which communicate wirelessly, eliminating the need for troublesome externally worn wires and connectors, making the system simple and easy to use.
While walking, the patented Gait Sensor detects the position of the foot and transmits wireless signals to synchronize the electrical pulses delivered by the Stimulation Units on the leg and Thigh Cuff.
The pulses from the Leg cuff activate the nerves, stimulating the muscles that cause the foot to lift off the ground at the appropriate time during gait.
The pulses from the Thigh Cuff activate the nerves, stimulating the quadriceps muscles that cause the knee to extend at the appropriate time during gait.
The Thigh Cuff may also be worn on the back of the leg, stimulating the hamstring muscles that cause the knee to flex at the appropriate time during gait.
The wireless control unit allows simple operation while displaying real time information regarding the system’s status.
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