Everything you love about the Classic Pro reacher - but it folds! With you whenever and wherever you go. Take to work, go shopping or pack it in your case to take on holiday. What else? Non slip grip - even with you pick up a blouse or the newspaper. Dressing post at the end is another hand to help you. Did you know - the hooked trigger is great for pulling up socks or putting on your coat/jumper. Struggle to pick up the keys - there's a handy magnet at the end. Don't worry about bending down - you can attach your reacher/grabber to your walking stick, walker or wheelchair with a stick clip. Not sure what size you need? Sitting or standing up to reach - available in standard and long. A lifelong friend that our customers cherish for over 21 years. For your peace of mind, all Helping Hand reachers have a lifetime guarantee.
The Helping Hand Company - Aids to Daily Living
UK01531 635 678 Shop@helpinghand.co.uk
|Length||53; 69; 89cm|
|Weight||220; 240; 280g|
|Coating: plastic coating (P); metal coating (M); rubber coating (R); cork coating (C)||R|
|Number of movable jaws||1|
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