Ableware shoe horn with T-handle provides for ease of slipping on shoes by eliminating the need to rotate the wrist. The shoe horn’s handle design allows the wrist to remain in a neutral position while putting on shoes, making it suitable for individuals with arthritis, limited wrist movement, or other limiting hand conditions. The shoe horn has an extended length for use by people who have bending difficulty, measuring 19.5”/49.5cm (L). (L is length, the horizontal distance from left to right.)
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Ableware 738242000 Shoe Horn with "T" Handle
- Shoe horn with T-handle for providing ease of slipping on shoes by eliminating need to rotate wrist
- Handle design for allowing wrist to remain in neutral position while putting on shoes
- Suitable for individuals with arthritis, limited wrist movement, or other limiting hand conditions
- Extended length for use by people who have bending difficulty
- Measures 19.5" (L)
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Top Customer Reviews
unfortunately i trusted that this item was in fact metal, but it is plastic. I am very frustrated that the search was not accurate, the description did not confirm the material and will probably return.
Next time I'll look for something sturdier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Remember it is plastic, so it is not for heavy duty use. Don't try to put on a pair of tight boots with this. It would break.
For the money though, it is perfect for me. Read more
I've had this shoehorn for almost two years and felt compelled to come back and endorse out. At first the appearance is putoffish let me tell your extremely durable and works... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Chaucey Gardener
Exactly what I wanted and needed the handle is helpful for me to use with my arthritis in my handsPublished 21 months ago by patricia farrington
Its a good shoe horn...I'd recommend getting a metal one instead of a plastic shoe horn. But it serves its purpose!Published on April 25, 2014 by URob