Difficult to put together for anyone with hand problems No clear instructions, had to go by picture instructions which were not clear as they were on the outside of the box which was battered.Anyone with pain in hands or deformities in hands would find putting this together very difficult.Very sturdy which is good but contributes to difficulty in erecting and dismantling.You need to be able to lift your foot and push it into the aid and working out how to put a sock on to it is another difficulty. I doubt this has been tested by any…
Simple yet so useful. Bought for a friend (86) who is having difficulty now with putting on socks/tights. I was concerned when she said she was finding it so difficult she was leaving socks on for a few days, until her cleaner came at the weekend. Since I moved away I generally see her a few times a year, and hadn’t realised how difficult she was finding such simple daily tasks. The best was that there are videos of similar items on Youtube so she was able to watch a couple with me until she understood exactly how…
Helps me put on socks previously taking some considerable time Despite the claims from other reviewers as to being unhelpful! I have considerable problems reaching down to my feet and find this device extremely useful. Other reviewers have stated it being difficult to construct – there are only four pieces – how complicated can that be? It does work as claimed my only criticism is that the T-bar used to pull the foot piece is a tad short for my particular problem of not being able to bend my legs or my back. However, despite that drawback the device…
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