I’ve had my easy feet (2 of them) for 2 years now and the only thing that went bad were the pumice stones. The stones are really a joke as they can’t do anything for the heel of the foot and are the first things to break. They have to be there as a come-on only. The easy foot should have bristles in that area instead. In the 2 years of ownership I don’t believe that even one bristle has been lost on the easy feet. To improve the easy feet they should have bristles on the side of the unit also. The bristles wash my foot perfectly and are still shaped well. Even though there are 9 suction cups on the bottom, apparently the nature of the beast still allows the unit to slip on the bathtub bottom. I will sometimes lightly step on the back of the unit while I wash my other foot in the easy feet unit. Most the time the unit stays to the tub well enough to wash without extra holding. I still use the unit after 2 years, so to me, that means that it is a good alternative for me. Bottom line, it depends on the person’s dexterity of washing their feet as to whether the easy feet is a better fit for them. It is a better fit for me than attempting to bend over to wash my feet. I use a “foam” soap dispenser from Walmart to soap the unit before sticking my foot in for the washing. I suppose if someone is so disabled and if showering is a critical nature for them, then anything could give them a problem, including the easy feet. If people have a bad unit (all bristles lost, etc), I wonder if it is a "knockoff" and not the real product, as my units have been flawless other than the dumb pumice stones. Like I said, bristles on the sides would improve the unit greatly, but it is still great for me
Was this review helpful? (10) (2)
Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.