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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: 8.40 (7.00 ex VAT)

(Approx. 9.51 USD US Dollars, 7.96 EUR Euros, 1,053.96 JPY Japan Yen)

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Hi Sara and Paul,

Many thanks. They have just been delivered.

Just for your interest, the story behind the order: My mother has not been well recently and is just getting back on her feet after a long stay in hospital. She has just started to do things round the house again and insisted on taking out a small pile of crockery, but being a bit shaky, dropped a mug which shattered. She was very upset. The mug was the Barn Owl mug and was a favourite of my father's who passed away 2 years ago. It took a couple of hours of internet searching and a few surreptitious trips to the bin to look at the pieces of the broken mug until I found that you were selling an exact match.

The otter mug was to keep the barn owl company on the journey! :-)

I am expecting a few tears from Mum later when I take the mugs round to her, but this time they will be tears of joy!

Many thanks for your fast service.

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