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Rubber Ferrule for Seat Sticks



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Product Code: 3716

A special rubber ferrule with a square aperture to fit on the square points of selected Classic Canes seat sticks (ref.s 3710BN, 3710BK, 3711, 3712 and 3715). The rubber ferrule is for use when walking with the seat stick. Users must be aware that if they then sit on the seat stick, increasing greatly the pressure on the ferrule from the point of the seat stick, the lifespan of the ferrule will be reduced accordingly.

Price: 2.00 (1.67 ex VAT)

(Approx. 2.27 USD US Dollars, 1.90 EUR Euros, 251.44 JPY Japan Yen)

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Would you like to check stock availability? Call Sara or Paul on 01494 775577 (if not from UK please call 0044 1494 775577) Mon-Sat 9.30 a.m. to 5.00p.m. Please Note: We do not accept orders by telephone and enquiries are better placed by email too. When ordering on-line, please note that we do not deduct any money from your credit card, until the goods are being despatched. Please also note that you may alter the quantity of goods in your basket at any time.

 

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The strap arrived today, many thanks for your very prompt efficient service.
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Hi SARA parcel arrived today 19 08 2010 well worth the wait, many thanks hope to deal again ok.
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Thank you order - received yesterday - good service.
Barbour quality is good. Only negative is the hip pocket is too small to hold a wallet and use the button - no the wallet is not huge! Am moving to China so will not register but will recommend you to others if they know their sizes. Bye for now.

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The Brady Ariel bag arrived safely in Sydney yesterday. I am delighted with the quality of the bag, and once again wish to extend my thanks for your wonderful service in getting it to me so swiftly (all the way to other side of the planet). We have two house-guests staying at the moment, and both were very taken by the Brady workmanship and styling ..... plainly some things will always be successful, even after 80 or 90 years. I suspect there may be more orders coming at some point :-)Best Regards.

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