DMI Long Shoe Horn for Men and Women with Flexible Head, No Bend Metal Boot Horn, Long-Handled Shoe Helper for Seniors, Shoe Spoon

Walmart # 004004201

DMI Long Shoe Horn for Men and Women with Flexible Head, No Bend Metal Boot Horn, Long-Handled Shoe Helper for Seniors, Shoe Spoon

Walmart # 004004201
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Long Handle Shoe Horn 1 shoe horn Great for those who have limited range of bending. 24 inch long chrome-plated shaft. Flexible head for easy use. Made in Taiwan. 1 shoe horn 1778 West Cherry St Jessup, GA 31545

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This extended shoehorn helps feet slip into shoes without bending, bruising heels, or crushing the back of footwear.
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It breaks at every single use, detaches at the spring side, you can reattach it but it will detach next time you use it, so you have to bend and use your hand for the end piece. The shoe piece, by the way, bends out of shape. I'm not recommending this to anybody.

First use and it bent...

The part that slips into the shoe is not made with very sturdy metal, so it bent a little too easily. But, it's ok, I'll just have to be careful with it.

Cheap shoe horn

I purchased this shoe horn for my elderly father, who has trouble bending over. The first time he used it, it bent. I have returned it. I would not recommend this product.

Convenient but fragil

This shoehorn met most of my requirements before I bought it but at the first use my wife managed to bend the toe of the shoehorn while pushing her foot into the shoe. The end didn't break but it deformed by 90 degrees. It seems to be made of thin tin material and not strong enough to last. I bent it back to continue to use it but it has a fold in the surface that doesn't look good. I now have to remind my wife to be very gentle with it. I will replace it as soon as I find something sturdy.

Great Idea Poorly Executed due to Quality Issues

I have had this shoe horn for less than 1 week and the shoe horn head and spring have already separated from the shaft. I am guessing that the glue used to bond the head to the shaft was poor quality. In addition, the wrap at the top of shaft is a lower quality material and not leather. $12 for a shoe horn is a fairly expensive price for a cheap product. The manufacturer should not skimp on quality at this price.
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