First, we have to learn how to attach the walker pouch or the armrest bag. So let’s begin.
Lift the straps from the back of the bag. Position the bag in the front and center of the available bar while avoiding any hinges. Most people position the bag with the decorative side facing out making the back pocket more accessible.
Secondly, taking one strap at a time, lift it over the bar or armrest and attach the Velcro on the strap to the Velcro on the back of the bag. To detail it measures 12.5 inches wide and 7 inches long enough for quality spaces allowing you to adjust the height of the bag by an inch. Attach the first strap and see if you like the alignment.
After completing any adjustments to the first strap, connect the second one to the back. Be sure and check that the attachment is in a similar location or the wheelchair pouch will hang crookedly. Be sure and restrict the weight on contents to less than 5 lbs.
And now your armrest pouch is finally on board but we still need to set up your wheelchair back pack.
Following are the directions you should follow for your wheelchair backpack to set up with your wheelchair.
Let’s us begin by locating your wheelchair backpack or the backrest of your wheelchair accessory.
Next step is attach the Velcro strap from your backpack to the push handle of your wheelchair. Do this one after the other. Once done, check if the Velcro strap is hooked up tightly to each push handle and adjust it from time to time if there is a need.
Once completed, you can now have the joy for accessible devices to hold all your essential items throughout any journey and a relief experience you deserve.