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CARRYING STRAP (MODEL SW5050)     

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Picture of CARRYING STRAP (MODEL SW5050) The Carrying Strap, model SW5050, is a shopping bag handle designed for use by individuals with arthritis and other upper extremity disabilities. The length-adjustable strap is designed to be worn over the shoulder and has a pad to protect the shoulder. A wire hook at the bottom holds and supports shopping bags. DIMENSIONS: The length adjusts up to 35 inches from the top of the shoulder. WEIGHT: 3.5 ounces.

Notes: Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.

Price: 32.85.

This product record was updated on May 18, 2012.

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GripAdvantage.com, a division of Intercodev Rehab LLC

17 Woodbine Ave.
Stony Brook, New York 11790
United States
Telephone: 631-675-1460.
Fax: 631-675-6509.
Web: http://www.gripadvantage.com.
Email: info@gripadvantage.com.


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