I am a stroke survivor, a single mother, and I continue to have mini-strokes. (AKA TIA's) Some of the TIA's are small, but when I'm really stressed out I have stronger TIA's. When I have them I have trouble moving and I can't speak. Last month I had a really bad TIA that made me fall down, and I couldn't move or speak. Both of my children were sleeping, and I had no way of getting their attention. I was very scared, and I was on the floor for one hour before I was able to get their attention. I bought this ..
I purchased these coils to use for my dog-training clients. I provide them with a clicker and i find wrist coils are one of the better ways to keep a handle on the clicker. The whistle was an added bonus because i can use it in recall training and it's always handy.These coils serve the purpose and are worth the price but they are not really good quality coils if you need to hold anything of substantial weight (like keys).They are somewhat flimsy (very stretchy) and lightweight, split-O-rings are weak and..
If you have your hands full, or use a cane or crutches to walk, the wrist coil can be invaluable. Our teen-aged daughter also has one, and thinks it's great. The wrist coils I bought on Amazon came in a pkg of 12, and have a whistle attatched - which the kids love. These wrist coils aren't as sturdy/thick as the one I originally purchased, but I couldn't remember where I originally purchased my coil. If it's for a child carrying house keys, or if you just carry a couple of keys, this will work fine, but if ..