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Customer Review of the Steel Leg Stretcher
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Don't even bother with this . . .

One of the worst products possible. Assembly was a complete bear involving a bunch of washers to thread bolts through. And then it doesn't even work. The handles are curved, not right angles as the instructions illustrate. This means that when you position the stretcher as shown and pull on the middle handle, the stretcher handles just ride over your legs rather than stretching them apart. And if you do manage to curl your toes around the handles so that they don't do that, the whole apparatus comes off the ground and threatens to hit you on the head. I am not returning it only because it is more trouble than the junk is worth. And if you do overcome all of this and get a good stretch, guess what: the only way to adjust the level of stretch is to disassemble the stupid thing and reassemble it using a different hole for the center handle. This is the kind of product that gives mail order a bad name . . .  
by: balaji.ramanathan
10/29/2010 11:14:21 PM
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Try turning the stretcher upside down, it works a whole lot better that way.
by: Geoff
11/29/2010 9:37:57 PM
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I agree with the poster that said to turn it upside down. Works great that way (especially for the money)
by: tkd
1/3/2011 10:21:06 AM
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