I have a Bregg T-scope received new in August 2022. While this website shows three part numbers, the product doesn't have a part number shown on it -anywhere. It looks like the Premier shown here, but the word "premier" is not on it anywhere. Put your part number on the product! This is a spot where at least a sticker could be applied.
Other problem is the second strap from the top is too short. Two more inches and I could secure beyond the leg support. Two less inches and I could secure it before the leg support. Going longer would be more versatile. I wonder if mine was assembled with the wrong strap -but I can't check because no part number.
Worst problem: This immediately and always slides down. Thighs tend to be tapered -especially after major quadriceps injury. When I get up in the night, my wife gets treated to the sound of velcro as I have to move this back into place and tighten again. A very small change in location with my messed up leg results in a big change in strap length.
I'm going to try to rig up a way to link this to my belt to stop it from sliding down when I walk. Tightening the straps to the point of pain still won't keep it up. Also hurts when it gets low enough to dig into my ankles.
On the plus side, I can sleep comfortably with it on and it's great to be able to bend my knee again. For 6 weeks I had a foam, metal and strap thing from the ER that had my leg immobilized straight. By week four I had a severe rash from the rubbing and back pain from leg too straight too long.
The red locks make it easy to go from bent within the allowable range to locked straight for walking.
So: Put the part number on it, fix the strap length problem, better quality control on mounting of the pads so hard plastic can't dig into ankle (this only on one side, the other side has the pad installed lower) consider a belt with tether going to upper mount so it doesn't slide down while walking.