McAnallen Sock Aid - Danes Blue, MCASAD

McAnallen Sock Aid - Danes Blue

£28.95

£24.13 with VAT relief

The McAnallen sock-aid allows you to put on your socks in a seated position without needing to bend down and, it can be used with one hand. More info

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The McAnallen sock-aid is perfect for those with arthritis, lower back pain, limited mobility, post-surgery, injury recovery and, heavily pregnant mothers. The sock aid helps you take back a little bit of your independence, saves you time instead of struggling to put your socks on.

This product is thin, flexible and fits seamlessly to your busy life. Perfect for getaways, simply throw it into a suitcase or bag! Whether you’re using it on a daily basis or just the odd morning, it’s really easy and simple to use, taking the stress out of your morning routine.

The straps have been crafted to allow you to adjust the product in a way that suits your needs best. You can slip your arm or hand into multiple sections along the straps.

Every McAnallen product is hand-stitched from soft materials to ensure the highest quality. Partnered with patent-pending technology it creates a smooth, fuss-free application. The sock aid has been designed in a way to reflects your personality and home, not a mobility aid.

The sock aid comes in a variety of colours, so find the colour that most suits you and your home.

Important information:
- Hand wash or gentle wash
- 30 degrees
- Do not tumble dry
- Dry with low heat

Specifications

Brand McAnallen
Dimensions 25cm x 22cm x 2cm
Material 90% Cotton, 10% Polyester Plastic – Recyclable Beads – Glass
What's Included? x1 sock aid
Origin Manufactured in the UK

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