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Long Reach Comfort Wipe (1)

from IdeaWorks
3.2 out of 5 stars 867 customer reviews
| 13 answered questions
About the Product
  • Release Button for Sanitary Disposal
  • Long Reach Tissue Grip
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Ideal for Personal Hygiene
  • Great When Reaching Is Difficult

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  • Long Reach Comfort Wipe (1)
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Product Description

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JB5231 Features: -Long reach comfort wipe. -Answer to personal hygiene when reaching is difficult. -Ergonomic shape helps those with limited dexterity. -Soft flexible head grips toilet paper, tissue or pre-moistened wipes securely. -Contains a unique release button for fast sanitary disposal. -Dimensions: 1.38'' H x 1.97'' W x 15.75'' D.

Product Details

Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 2 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001G70QW8
  • UPC: 081918531473 017874152315 815873010090
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: JB5231
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (867 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,911 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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Originally written about "Easywipe" (same tool on Amazon) about a month or so ago.

(Folks, please trust me when I tell you that I understand the "uncomfortableness" of this topic but, it is sometimes a necessary evil. SO,)
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a very, very useful, and sometimes necessary, aid for the continued self help (respect) of people who, for whatever reason, have great difficulty in cleaning themselves after using the toilet.
I currently weigh 500lbs and my arm is no longer long enough to reach where it is sometimes needed, I have tried several "aids" and this is the best by far. Both the handle and the paper ends are covered with what seems to be a type of gripping rubber (I do not know if it is latex on not, sorry). This rubber material allows for a secure hand hold as well as a non-slip surface for the paper. The tool is of sufficient width as to give good coverage which may prevent some of the need for multiple attempts. The length is definitely adequate for people in my situation. The tool is curved so that it seems to "fit" the angles needed for the most comfortable use and positioning. DO NOT try to use this tool from the side, only the front (please read the provided instruction paper).
I have noted a slight difficulty--it takes a little practice in getting the paper into the slot provided, I use my finger turned so that the thinner portion is used to insert the paper ends, this seems to work best for me. All you need to do is be a little patient and figure it out for yourself. You also need to be careful and hold the handle and not the "button" that is used to release the paper as it doesn't seem sturdy enough to take any sideways pressure.
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I had back surgery so twisting is not possible. When I was in rehabilitation facility they recommended Self-Wipe Bathroom Toilet Aid which I purchased. Then I decided to get a second aid so I would have one in each bathroom and purchased this product.

It works much better! It grips the paper better the other one, the rubbery head (rather than smooth plastic) gives you a better wipe, it uses less toilet paper, you never get your hands dirty because of how the ejection button works.

This is a simpler, cheaper option, that is engineered better!

Update 7/8/2011

Almost a year later this tool still works well. I even take it with me when I travel.

Update 9/4/2012

It has been almost 2 years since my surgery, and I still has problems twisting my back and I still use the Long Reach Comfort wipe. I own several of them, and modified one to make it portable. I shortened it so it would fit in my purse and this makes it possible for me to have it with me when I am not at home. I am uploading a collage of two photos showing my modification in case other people will find useful. Using a small hex saw I cut the wipe right next to the green handle. I wrapped the cut edge with duck tape to make it smooth. By cutting off the handle I lost the ejection mechanism, so to removed the toilet paper I need to gently tug on a clean paper in the back of the wiper. This is less convenient than the ejection mechanism, however having it be more discrete and fit in my purse is worth that compromise.

Photo #1 shows the modified wiper and cut off handle next to the ruler. The "portable" wiper is about 9.5 inches.
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I'm left handed, my arm has been broken and I have a fake or artifical bone from my shoulder to my elbow. While in the rehab facility I was in, the nurses aide, pulled it out of the socket, and ripped the stitches from the bone by my elbow to the fake bone, needless to say, I can't use my arm at all, I am now waiting for another surgery. I have never been able to wipe myself with my right hand. I am also aprox 100 lbs overweight, so this adds to the problem. I found and ordered the idealworks longreach on amazon, ordered it and had a heck of a time with it at first. I tried wrapping the paper around the end like I thought it said and never could get it to release without touching it with my hand. now, what I do is take like 8 or 10 sheets, keep in mind these are single layer sheets fold them in half, and stick one end in the slot, wrap the rest of the folded paper one time around to cover the blue thingy that you use to wipe with and wipe my butt. my rear-end gets cleaned, if I think its not, then I will give it another wipe, when done wiping, I push the button and WA-LA!!!the dirty paper drops into the toilet perfectly, you dont have to touch the dirty paper or anything. you might have to push the button more then once to release the paper, but do it easily. it will come off. wrapping the paper around and around the end of the tool it's self doesn't work well, you end up having to use your hands to help remove the dirty paper. and yes, you need to wipe from the front as the directions say to do, lifting your leg helps get a better wipe also.. the aide works, I've had mine for a few weeks now, and if and whan it breaks or quits working, I'll write and let you all know how long they last. all I do know is that this same tool costs over $60.00 in some medical stores, I've checked around.
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