Bios Metal Shoehorn
Never bend again. At 24” (61 cm) this metal shoehorn is ideal for putting on shoes. Its rigid construction guarantees ease of use. Strong one piece design, made from durable metal with a smooth enamel finish - will not snag socks or stockings.

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Elizabeth: about a year ago

It is hard to find a well designed metal shoe horn that is long enough to alleviate bending and strong enough to last. These ones are great! Love the smooth finish and nicely curved shape that slips easily into the heel of any shoe. The curl at the top is perfect for hanging it. The designers of this one made it quality all the way!

Ellen: more than a year ago

Really nice quality for the price-- a smart smooth finish . The curve at the top makes it easy to hang it on a rod to keep it handy .

Karen: more than a year ago

This is one of the best purchases I have ever made. It's sturdy and just the right length. It's nice to be able to get my shoes on without a struggle or asking for assistance.

Maureen: more than a year ago

This sturdy shoe horn is great.

eileen: more than a year ago

Excellent product. It is metal so it wont break and will last forever. Its not heavy at all. :)

Max: more than a year ago

This is a fantastic item that is very hard to find. So sturdy and very well made. It should last a life time and then some. The length is perfect.

I was looking for one, but also bought several more as gifts for my family members. My family members were so pleased to get them as gifts as its something they did not have. When some of my close friends saw the one I had kept for myself, they wanted one as well so I quickly ordered more. The price is more than reasonable for one of these and along with being so very usefull, make the greatest gifts.

The handwritten smiley and note from one of the Well.Ca team on the invoice was the neatest thing.

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