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Not as I expected.
from Clinton, MD
About Me Budget Buyer
Comments about Deluxe Easy Pull Hosiery Aid:
As a senior male citizen, using this would be complicated trying to put on men's socks
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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I would recommend this product to everyone.
from New Orleans, LA
Takes the strain out of pulling on compression stockings. Makes it so easy
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Not as very well made
Not as easy to use as I thought it would be and very poorly made.
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Worst piece of garbage I have ever purchased. Poorly made.
By Dog house
from Boca Raton, FL.
If you really need it, this is NOT the product to buy. Poor quality and bad design.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Works great for traveler or diabetic stretchy socks
from Reston, VA
I got this several years ago for my husband. He needed a hip replacement (osteoarthritis) and bending down to put on and pull up socks was a real problem. We were waiting for the technology to improve so he'd only have to go through surgery once, and not have to worry the joint wearing out, metal poisoning, etc. Happy to say he got his new hip joint (ceramic and plastic) a couple of years ago. All that time, he has used and still is using this gadget. He can now bend more easily, but still prefers to use the sock puller. (Perhaps that's because he gained some weight when less mobile and after a certain age, weight doesn't come back off easily.) Please be aware that he uses travel or the so-called diabetic socks, which are very stretchy. Both brands we've tried work very well with the puller (heartily recommend "Doc Ortho", BTW) but we don't know if stockings or regular socks would work as well. Only drawback is packing it when he travels without me as a substitute sock-puller, but by putting the item in first and packing around it, it's possible.
Waste of money
About Me Brand Buyer
Was more difficult to use than simply putting sock on without it. Was so disappointed. Thought this would help me. Broke immediately.
Don't buy it!
from Richton Park, IL
This item is cheaply made. It broke the very first time I used it. I would NOT recommend this to anyone
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
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By Vic G.
from Huntington Station, N.Y.
Being I have a chronic back problem, this seemsto be what I was looking for. Although I use tube socks a lot, it looks like it will fit the bill.As advertised, it is meant for hosiery and compression socks. With a little effort it will still hold my socks in a position that I can work with. Kudos