HAVING TROUBLE TIPPING AND
If you’re doing any kind of work that requires handling heavy loads, iTip
handles are designed for you. Easy to use and ergonomic, you will
reduce the chance of wrist, arm, and back pain.
iTip Handles are easy to install and use!
They replace existing handles on everything from wheelbarrows and wheelchairs to roll cages and stretchers. Ergonomically designed to rotate, they reduce arm and wrist strain. This makes them excellent accessories for gardening. They’re suitable for everyone who wants to do garden work, and they’re particularly useful for people with arthritis or other illnesses affecting hand and wrist mobility.ORDER NOW
Perfect for anyone who struggles with heavy loads.
As a sufferer of Cubital Tunnel syndrome, and a past
sufferer of Carpal tunnel syndrome, I am sure that
these handles would be of immense help to people
with similar lower arm problems. They’d be great
gardening tools for arthritis sufferers, for example. It is
also easier on my painful back (I have bulging discs)!
I definitely found them easy to use and would
thoroughly recommend them.
You Can Order iTip Handles
Special Offer please use the code S22 for £5 off a set of coloured iTip Handles.
Sent out the same or next day!
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A perfect gardening gift!
Excellent for your loved ones who do a lot of garden work. 12,760 people are injured while handling, lifting or carrying each year, don’t let your friends and family join those statistics.
iTip handles keep the user’s back and wrists straight, preventing strain and injury.
Happy Customers REVIEWS
Perfect for garden work
“I used iTip handles to cart bags of compost to different areas of the garden then tip the barrow up to unload the compost. The handles made light of the job and weren't putting any strain on my hands or back. I think the idea is a great one and I would recommend them to other people.”
A present for Dad!
I bought these for my Dad at Christmas. He is remodelling their new house.He says they are great !
I saw these on TV, Dragons Den? Anyway, Scott Butler is using them for his Riga to Odessa 1000 miles pushing a wheel barrow adventure. So they should be great for my Dads birthday present for pushing around the allotment!