Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide

Ableware Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide
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Ableware Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide

  • Versatile dressing aid
  • Helps remove shoes and socks
  • For one or two handed use
  • 13" x 12" x 5.75"

Product Overview

Ableware Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide

Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide


Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid are extra wide design holds its shape and stays open to allow for easier donning of hosiery.
Rigid sock aid has an indented channel on the inside that acts as a heel guide and keeps the foot in position making it easier to put on hosiery. A piece of hook-and-loop fastener on the outside of the plastic shell holds the sock in place. Extra width is ideal for people with edema or larger feet and the 35" (89 cm) loop strap can be manipulated with one hand. 13" x 12" x 5.75"

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Ableware Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide

73847700 - Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide - $24.22




Rigid Sock and Stocking Aid with Patented Heel Guide Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
9 reviews
6 out of 9 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Lightweight (4)
Sturdy (3)
Safe (3)
Easy Storage (2)
Sides too big (1)
Top Cons

Flimsy shoelace pulls (1)
Flimsy (1)
No cons (1)
Bulky (1)
None (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (3)
Following Surgery (3)
Hip replacement (1)
Had edema after surgery (1)
After Hip Replacement (1)
1-5 of 9 reviews
A Big help after surgery!

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe. It's bigger than usual. Can't buy in stores. Can't buy in local stores.
Cons:
None.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. Elderly. Had edema after surgery. After Hip Replacement.
Describe Yourself:
69 yr old. Used after Hip surgery.

My husband had a lot of swelling in his leg and foot, after his hip replacement.At a rehab place that my husband went to after surgery, they had the larger Sock Aid. I couldn't find one big enough in local stores so, I went online and found this product. My husband loves it and most of all, it works great, compared to the smaller one that he had!

by from Fort Gratiot,Mi.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Partially satisfied Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight. Sturdy.
Cons:
Sharp Edges.
Describe Yourself:
Stroke Patient.

I ordered this to help me get my husbands socks on him since he has had a stroke. The stroke left his right side weak, he has no use of his right arm and his right ankle doesn't bend, so it does not work on that right foot. Also, the edges of the plastic are sharp and it actually cut his leg around the ankle area when I was trying to use it on that foot to get his sock on. It does however work really well on his good foot, so if you don't have any issues with your foot or ankle then I would recommend it.

by from Cary NC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Too rigid Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Sides too big.
Cons:
Flimsy shoelace pulls.
Best Uses:
Hip replacement.
Describe Yourself:
Active senior.

I use this to put on socks due to inabiity to bend down low. I had another product that my dog chewed up and thought this would do. It falls short. The pulls are flimsy shoelace material not heavy cord. The sides are too high and scratch me. It is not flexible enough and hard to put the sock in place. I am looking for another to reoplace it.

by from Lords Valley, Pa.
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
7 out of 9 found this review helpful
This is a great product

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Safe. Sturdy. Easy to use.
Best Uses:
Herniated disc sufferers.
Describe Yourself:
Back Problems.. Active mid 60's .

I have a herniated disc and spinal stenosis;generally degenerative disc disease and cannot bend to put sock on left leg due to paralysis. Products works well especially the velcro hold on underside.

by from Clarksburg,WV
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Well made product that works.

Pros:
Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Following Surgery.
Describe Yourself:
Back Problems..

Rigid enough to hold sock without collapsing.

by from Port Saint Lucie, Florida
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 9 reviews
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my husband has a very wide foot and calf--what calf measurement does this accommodate? Also, do you have a favorite compression/support sock--he has circulation problems, thus the edema, Thank you
Asked on Dec 2, 2011 6:04:07 PM by joliz from northern california
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Part Number(s): 181 0031

Mfg Part Number(s): 73847700

Scrip Part Number(s): 181 0031