but I am interested, so I did some more research, looking for reviews.
I found some reviews that were identical, word for word, on different websites, but did not describe the user as actually using the product. I found a "customer review" that started "We have developed this product...."
I never found a review from someone that actually used it at home. In addition, the company that makes it provides no information on HOW it works.The closest they come is "The nano photocatalytic technology employed in this product will oxidize noxious chemical contaminants into harmless carbon dioxide and water by simply switching on a light bulb! " Sounds… Read more
Although advertised as 3/4 inch wide, the gauze pad is actually only 7/16 inch wide (less than 1/2 inch), much narrower than indicated in the illustration on the package. This makes these bandages useable only on very small cuts. The short length (2-7/8 inch) precludes wrapping with an adequate overlap on most fingers. See my customer image for the real bandage.
In addition, I find that they rarely stay on for more than a few hours, even with an overlap. They come off even sooner if they get wet.
Based on the reviews, I ordered this MedSpec stabilizer first. I was not extremely pleased, so I order the Mueller to see what it was like. I have placed customer images on this page so you can view the differences.
Fit: The MedSpec is short, and in fact does not even come down to my wrist, but stops at the base of the thumb and heel of the palm. The Mueller comes down my wrist by about 1-1/2 inch, which certainly helps support the… Read more