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from Lawrence, KS
Comments about ACCO Rubber Finger Pads; Medium:
Very flimsy, poor quality material.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Jenison, MI
My only choices were small or medium sizes. I should have waited and got the "large" size, if they do make the finger tips that big. I have a small hand, but would have preferred the larger size to fit on my pointer finger or even my thumb for rifeling through papers.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
works good and stays on my finger
Use this at work every day
Swingline Finger Pads 5/8" Diameter
from New Hampshire
About Me Natural Style
The largest size I could find was medium. It literally hurt to wear these (I use them to flip pages I work with). I had to remove the tip so my finger would stop aching. Unless there's a much larger size somewhere, I would not recommend these to anyone...unless their hands are child size (that's how small they would have to be to have these "medium" tips fit).
from Mesa, Arizona
This is a life long favorite of mine.
from Los Angeles, CA
About Me Classic Style
I have tried other manufactures of this item but the quality was not good. They did not last more than one use. I found Staples to have better quality items and when I found this item there I was sure it would last. My only desire is that Staples would box this item with a variety of sizes instead of each box containing one size when people have two hands and each finger is a different size. I would recommend to all my friends to shop at Staples for all their office supplies before going to any other supply store.
A second skin
By Donna, hand-quilting connoisseur
from Gretna, Nebraska
These simple fingertips are perfect for stress-free use of needles and intricate instruments for hand-quilting,eliminating completely finger joint stress from both the needle and thread. I never hand-quilt without them, as they've provided 16+ years of comfortable quilting.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Quality changed. Does not grip well.
By A Turn 4 The Worse
from Fredericksburg VA
The older style of the finger pads allowed for easy gripping when counting/turning pages. This newer style is very difficult to work with. I really have to bare down on the pages I am trying to lift up in order for the smaller nubbies to grip the paper. The older style had more pronounced nubbies and little effort was required to manipulate the pages I was working with. Also the rubber material the new ones are made of seems to be of lesser quality. These new finger pads have caused my production rate to decline.
Have used this product for years, great!
from Cincinnati, OH
I love the rubber fingers, especially when dealing with lots of single sheet papers, and the ability to handle papers with greater ease.
Seingline Finger Pads
from Columbus OH
They weren't big enough for a man's fingers
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