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Easy Fit Wheelchair Gloves

Easy Fit Wheelchair Gloves

Afia GL100
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£14.28 

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Description

If you have reduced dexterity, you'll know that regular wheelchair gloves can present quite a challenge. Not so with these easy fit gloves; they're designed to fit easily as you insert your fingers through hoops (instead of trying to thread them into glove fingers).

 

Once on, the gloves are fastened easily and securely with a Velcro strap. Made from supportive neoprene, and with a gripped palm, these non-padded easy fit wheelchair gloves are suitable for light use. Available in sizes from X Small to XX Large.

Mfg Info

Manufacturer: Afia

Model code: GL100

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by Steve S

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I'm very pleased with these. As my arthritis gives me bad hand problems, these are a bonus. No fiddling trying to get fingers in the gloves and comfortable to wear. Good grip on the wheels. An excellent buy for my needs.

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by Tracey S

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Very comfortable gloves, easy to put on and true to sizing. The Velcro strip to secure the glove holds well. Good communication from customer services when I contacted them. I would recommend the gloves ab can the company.

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by Keith G

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Very good

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by Jane T

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Easy to put on and the grip palm helps wheelchair user to propel themselves, giving a degree of independence.

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