Sock Aid with Foam Handles

October 28, 2019 - Comment

Rehabilitation Advantage Sock Aid with Foam Handles measures 9 5/8″ long x 5″ wide x 3″ thick with 33″ long cords. It is made from a smooth and compact ABS plastic for easy use. This Sock Aid helps individuals pull their sock or stocking on independently. Just place the sock or stocking over the flexible

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Rehabilitation Advantage Sock Aid with Foam Handles measures 9 5/8″ long x 5″ wide x 3″ thick with 33″ long cords. It is made from a smooth and compact ABS plastic for easy use. This Sock Aid helps individuals pull their sock or stocking on independently. Just place the sock or stocking over the flexible plastic core and insert foot. With an even grasp, pull the cord’s two soft foam handles to bring the sock over the heel and up leg. This Sock Aid can be used with one hand as well. Overall, this Sock Aid is lightweight and simple and easy to use and store. It is sold individually and latex free. It is competitively priced and used by people of all ages.

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Product Features

  • Rehabilitation Advantage Sock Aid with Foam Handles measures 9 5/8″ long x 5″ wide x 3″ thick with 33″ long cords
  • Helps individuals pull on a sock or stocking independently; simply place Sock Aid inside the sock or stocking and pull
  • Lightweight; simple and easy to use and store; can be used with one hand
  • Sold individually; latex free; made from a smooth & compact ABS plastic
  • Competitively priced and used by people of all ages; see additional instructions below in the product description

Comments

Anonymous says:

Simple, Sturdy & Works Never thought that such a simple concept tool could work so well..Will not work for the “very short” dressier peds type socks; but does work for the sports type styles that go to your ankle.Would like to get one for a family member ; but may need one desingned for a much wider calf.

Anonymous says:

If you have large, wide, or swollen feet this is the one for you My feet are large, wide and swollen — but if you need a sock-assist device, any one of those three conditions can make finding the right device a problem. I feel like Goldilocks: Tried three different ones, and this one was jusrt right. (It was also the least expensive, a nice bonus.) First I tried an elaborate “as advertised on TV” device that required me to bend the entire foot at such an angle that it caused a cramp in the calf. Next I tried one that looked nice because it was soft and…

Anonymous says:

Get this now! I have a great deal of trouble getting my socks on because of a bout with spinal cancer. I can reach my heels but not that extra stretch of a couple more inches necessary to reach my toes. As such, putting on any design of socks is a challenge. This is so simple yet so easy to use; I’m amazed that I didn’t find this sooner. I don’t typically gush about a product but after being frustrated for so long, I can’t help but praise this silly gadget. It works terrific! I’m just ashamed at myself that…

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