Testimonials / Reviews From Mobility Smart Customers
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Flexyfoot Double Adjustable Crutches
Fantastic product, I have just received my 2nd pair, I wasn't sure flexyfoot would be that different form all my other crutches I have had. I was wrong, they take some pressure off when walking, love the colours. Thank you for such a great product ❤️.....
Flexyfoot Carbon Fibre Folding Crutches
These are the crutches you're looking for. Open cuff takes a tiny bit of getting used to (after NHS closed ones) as once you let go, they fall down, but rapidly it's clear this is MUCH easier to use - critically faster to get going and put down, no stuffing coat sleeves in, etc. Folding is super useful, especially when travelling. Nice and lightweight, but very robust (6 months in with daily use, plus hulking teen boys using them for fun, despite my pleas... - no problems). The funny rubber ends really are very good for 'rough terrain' - I was initially sceptical, but they make quick work of cobbled streets, uneven country paths, etc. And they're stylishly black. What's not to like. I almost never leave reviews, but these have so much improved my life that I felt compelled to come back and say so!
Large Print Playing Cards
Best plastic-coated cards on the market. Best index font for both size & clarity.
The cards I received are from Taiwan and don't match the picture used here. The pattern on the back of the card is very different, (as is the front). This review is for the cards I received: These are the best plastic-coated cards i've seen anywhere. They're also the best cards i've seen under £3, (and i've seen a lot of cards). 100% plastic cards cost £3-20. Good paper/cardboard cards cost £5-15. If you don't like the more expensive/professional cards or you're on a budget then these are absolutely the best choice cards you can buy. The picture used here doesn't do them justice. Playing cards are normally between 88mm and 90mm in length, (89.5mm is most common). These cards are 88mm, which is a bit small, but you won't notice this unless you actually compare packs. These are 63mm wide Poker cards as opposed to 58mm Bridge cards. Most 'Jumbo Index' cards use fonts that are 15mm high and 10mm wide, (Piatnik have 15 X 12). These fonts are 17mm high and 10mm wide. The letters are also thicker/bolder making them even easier to read. These are the best fonts i've seen. I also really like the choice of red which isn't dark red like some of the brands or cherry pink, (like the Redtooth). My own preference is for PVC /100% Plastic cards. These are the next best thing at a much cheaper price. Genuinely impressed.
Automatic Card Shuffler
It's a but gimmicky and predictable, but it does what it claims to do.
I've seen what appear to be identical products in different boxes at different prices all over the internet. Anything sub £13 as of Oct 2023 is fair, (so this site seems to be good value). These machines have a reputation for being noisy and unreliable. This was less noisy than I expected and on a limited test of 20-30 runs it hasn't jammed once. In normal use the machine quickly feeds 1 card from each side in order with very little variation. Thus if you load 13 cards in A, 2, 3...J, Q, K order in either side you're going to get an A, A, 2, 2, 3, 3...Q, Q, K, K outcome, (or very similar). Put 13 cards in 1 side and 39 in the other and it will shuffle the 1st 13 from either side and put the last 26 through in order. Technically this is shuffling, but it's almost predictable and a bit of a gimmick. However, (and this is the good bit), in testing this can be manipulated somewhat by adding a small weight on 1 side's stack of cards. Placing a car key fob on a 13 card side will result in the 39 card side going through at about 2 for 1 with some 1 for 1 and some 3 for 1. This is much more useful. Adding my lighter front door keys to the car key resulted in mostly 3 for 1 with some 2 for 1 and rarer 1 for 1. Any heavier weight stopped that side from being selected at all - so don't use a size D battery. Warning: You do this at your own risk. Don't do this with any object, (such as coins), that could get into the shuffler. Ultimately this isn't great for games where most of the pack is exposed and ordered, EG: Rummy, bridge, or solitaire. Even with several shuffles you know cards at the bottom are still likely to be at or near the bottom of the pack. Obviously it helps those that can't shuffle and it's better for poker where fewer cards are seen. Good product, good price, but limited.