Don't know if anyone else has posted this, but I found GREAT help with picking up socks, clothes, etc. I purchased a $12 pooper-scooper at walmart and it works beautifully! The serrated edges grip anything well! Keep one inside for socks, shoes, anything you drop! Outside, pick up newspaper, sticks, trash,etc. My lower back pain keeps me from bending, but these work great!
I'm in a wheelchair so grabbers are things that are marketed directly at us. They all have Pro's and Con's to them nobody has gotten together and made one that is the "Ultimate", But i will say buying them at local stores wether it be Pharmacies or Medical Supply stores they "soak" your wallet you can buy every make and model you can think of on Amazon starting at .99 and going up from there and if you aren't a normal online shopper at Amazon if you purchase $25.00 of merchandise the shipping is free so when you need so stuff around the house order it from Amazon it will cost you less and you can buy a couple of different grabbers looking for your "favorite" version of grabber.
i have no small step for man, but i have 6 tires for mankind,Watch your Toes!
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