ArcMate DressEZ, 2-in-1 Shoe Horn and Dressing Aid with 2 Hooks, Pull on Clothes and Socks, Reach for Hangers, Reduces the Need to Bend Over While Dressing, 24″ (7177)

December 9, 2018 - Comment

The long handle shoehorn and helpful dressing aid – all in one. The DressEZ shoehorn offers you a longer reach than virtually every other shoehorn in the world. With the DressEZ there is no need to bend over when slipping on your shoes. The DressEZ aid is more than just a shoehorn. And, the very

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The long handle shoehorn and helpful dressing aid – all in one. The DressEZ shoehorn offers you a longer reach than virtually every other shoehorn in the world. With the DressEZ there is no need to bend over when slipping on your shoes. The DressEZ aid is more than just a shoehorn. And, the very economical price is less than the traditional stick and shoehorn. It can reach clothes hangers from clothing rods high in closets, as well as, pick up clothing from the floor or reach shoes from under the bed. Available in 24″ and 30″ models.

Product Features

  • Suggested Uses: Pull on clothes after hip surgery, use shoe horn for dress shoes, pull on and take off socks, grab hangers, pull pants over your feet without bending over
  • Dressing aid: versatile push-pull, 2 sided s-hook: Side 1 has non-slip cap on tip for better control when handling clothing. Side 2 is a smooth, rounded push hook that slides safely along skin
  • Reacher Grabber: Reach clothes hangers from clothing rods high in closets, pick up clothing or towels from the floor, or reach shoes from under the bed or sofa
  • Big and soft foam handle with durable shaft, made of resilient plastic, which will flex if accidentally sat on or stepped on
  • Lightweight – the 24″ weighs 4.4 oz. and the 30″ weighs 5.6oz

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent Product, Far Exceeds Competition This is, by far, the superior “dressing stick” for those of us who can’t reach our socks and etc. Unlike the crappy wooden sticks with the screwed in and too flexible “pull on/push off” hook, this holds on, doesn’t bend or break, is very well made, and has a thick, non slip grip. Even if you get the wooden stick in a package (“Hip Kit” or other), get this stick. It’s worth it. If I were making hip kits, I’d contract with this maker to get this device into my kit, even if it costs a few bucks more.

Anonymous says:

Value is about right for price. Would recommend. This is probably more helpful to most others. Value is about right with price. Not sure about how long last but most would use temporarily anyway. Not product issue but with completely blown shoulders – rotator cuffs not repairable – still couldn’t use well. Think would be great for someone with one shoulder needing assistance. Would recommend

Anonymous says:

looks better than lasts. When I first got the product I thought it was great but as with every disability help aid I’ve they all fall short of lasting. less than 3 months and the hook to help take off socks snapped like a tooth pick. I can’t afford 10.00 every 3 months for a sock aid. Will keep looking for a better product.

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