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Arthritis super helper
from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
About Me Budget Buyer
Comments about Easy Key Turner - Set Of 2:
Got these for my mother who has really bad arthritis , can now open her door with ease
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great item but...
from Middleton Wi
Really helps arthritis hands (at least in early stages) to turn a key without pain but can't fit on a key ring witch is the only downfall I find with it.
Makes house keys easier to turn.
from North Hanover Township, NJ
I use this for my back door key. We have a deadbolt lock that has to be unlocked from the inside. When at home, we keep a key in the lock. This key turner has made it so easy to turn the key to lock or unlock -- I'm tickled with it every time I use it. It is large enough that enough the stiffest hand can manage it.
from columbus, wi
This was for my Mom with 3 non-functioning fingers from arthritis---IDEA is great, BUT it should be mentioned that this does not fit the average car key. The normal car today comes with a key with a large end, usually it has a chip in it. The holder does not accomodate a key for a newer auto. I have no use for this holder in any of my 3 vehicles
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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If the key doesn't have a ROUND hole at the top, you can't get it on the key. There is a little piece that the hole in the key is supposed to fit on to but if the hole is square, like my key is, it doesn't work.That should be specified in the material tht describes the device
Great 4 people suffering from Arthritis
from Carteret, NJ
My mom has severe rheumatoid arthritis and I purchased this item at her request. She is now able to unlock her door with greater ease than before.
fits Standard Keys - not my car one!
from Lansing, MI
I should have paid attention to the "standard keys" info.