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'Dr Cane' swivel ferrule unit.



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Product Code: 1801

Replacement rubber ferrule unit for 'Dr Cane' orthopaedic cane. Simply unscrew old ferrule and screw on used one tightly. Item weight is 35g.
Price: £8.63 (£7.19 ex VAT) 9.47 USD US Dollars, 8.19 EUR Euros, 1,039.59 JPY Japan Yen
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