Sammons Preston Stocking Donner, Popular Design Features Foam Handles for Easy Grip & Smooth Baked Epoxy Finish for No Snags, Adaptive Dressing Aid Makes Applying Socks & Compression Stockings Simple

December 9, 2018 - Comment

Our Popular Stocking Donneris specifically designed to help individuals with limited strength and mobility pull on vascular stockings. This tool allows users to maintain independence by doing it themselves. The foam handles are easy to grip and the rest of the tool is a smooth, no snag surface, specifically for stockings. Latexfree Product Features Our

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Our Popular Stocking Donneris specifically designed to help individuals with limited strength and mobility pull on vascular stockings. This tool allows users to maintain independence by doing it themselves. The foam handles are easy to grip and the rest of the tool is a smooth, no snag surface, specifically for stockings. Latexfree

Product Features

  • Our Popular Stocking Donneris specifically designed to help individuals with limited strength and mobility pull on vascular stockings
  • This tool allows users to maintain independence by doing it themselves
  • The foam handles are easy to grip and the rest of the tool is a smooth, no snag surface, specifically for stockings
  • Latexfree
  • Non-latex, made of steel, 13″ x 13-1/2″ (33 cm x 34.3 cm) between handles and 4-1/4″ (11.4 cm) wide foot insert

Comments

Anonymous says:

quite small, weak construction, does not help with heel placement. it got the socks on better than anything else I have tried so far. It takes me an hour and a lot of force to get one sock on manually as I must raise my foot about 18″ to touch my foot and about 50lb. of pressure that the sock must go under. I wear a size 13-D or 13-E men’s shoe. Problems encountered:1) A weld broke on the second sock. first sock went on better than anything I have tried before.2) the sock uppers, spring off the the frame before I get my arch into the sock. is there any way to clamp the sock onto the frame?3) the arc is only 4.5″ in diameter and my foot is about 5″ at the widest point, hence there is difficulty in getting all my toes into the sock. The circumference the sock must expand to, when crossing the heel, to about 16.5″. My calf is 6.75″ in diameter (I am 6’2″ tall). So I need to remove the donner as soon as part of the sock is over the ankle.4) when I get my foot on the ground the top of the sock is still under…

Anonymous says:

and I know because I bought two terrible plastics designs that were useless before trying this one This is the only one I found on Amazon that works, and I know because I bought two terrible plastics designs that were useless before trying this one. The opening for your calf muscle is too small if you’re a big guy. Better for a fashion model with slender calves (who obviously wouldn’t need this product.) The handles could come up a bit higher, but more importantly, and desperately needs non-slip rubber feet on the bottom so it doesn’t slide over the place when you put your socks onto the frame. It’s easiest to do this at table height and I don’t have any tables with non-skid rubber surfaces. Such an easy design change I don’t know why it hasn’t occurred to the manufacturer. They put foam grips on the handles instead which is not necessary.

Anonymous says:

A bit disappointing. I like it, it works great, but one of the welding broke after only a short time. Not happy about that and trying to figure out a way to reconnect it. Should be five stars except for this.

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