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Stax-Type Splints

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Sku: 43888
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Description

Keep fingertip and nail bed injuries protected with Stax-Type Splints. These durable finger splints easily slide over your fingertip to help prevent infection and further injury. To keep Stat-Type Splints from slipping or falling, simply strap or tape them in place. Small finger holes provide excellent breathability to keep skin comfortable during use. Stax-Type Splints also protect against Mallet finger and are available in a variety of sizes to fit most users.

Features
  • Helps prevent further injury to damaged fingertips and nail beds.
  • Protects against Mallet finger.
  • Easily strap or tape in place.

Size Chart

Measure by laying hand flat on table and measuring height and width of finger at the widest part, length is from first knuckle (closest to hand) to the finger tip.

Size
Inside Height Inside Width Length
Size 1 0.55" 0.65" 2"
Size 2 0.60" 0.66" 2"
Size 3 0.65" 0.75" 2.25"
Size 4 0.685" 0.77" 2.5"
Size 5 0.695" 0.79" 2 5/16"
Size 5.5 0.810" 0.91" 2 3/8"
Size 6 0.910" 1.05" 2.5"
Size 7 1.04" 1.11" 2.5"




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Q

I have small fingers. Ring finger size 5 1/2, but this is for my middle finger. How can I measure to be sure I get a tight fit and how do I order the correct size?

A

Measure by laying hand flat on table and measuring height and width of finger at the widest part, length is from first knuckle (closest to hand) to the finger tip. The Size Chart can be viewed by clicking on the tab next to the Description Tab.

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How do i find the correct size splint for my thumb? I am at a loss! I have severe trigger finger and these look great to try out.

A

Measure by laying hand flat on table and measuring height and width of finger at the widest part, length is from first knuckle (closest to hand) to the finger tip. After measuring, view the size chart using the Size Chart Tab next to the Description tab to see which size will work best for your measurements.

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how do I determine what size splint I need ?

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Please click on the "Size Chart" tab within the product listing to view the available sizes for this item.

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Positive

Just what I needed


James Griffin (Stockbridge, GA)
Reviewed on Jul 4, 2014
I needed something to stabilize my thumb as it is healing from a shattered joint. I researched splints and came across the Stax-type and ordered the three largest sizes. My thumb is swollen, so it took the largest one to fit it now, but as it heals I should be able to use the others as the sizes work well on my other thumb. I can once again use my hands without damaging that joint further.


Positive

Sizing system very confusing


Adam (Fort mill, SC)
Reviewed on Jun 2, 2014
I like the product. It seems that it would work very well. Unfortunately I order completely the wrong size, due to the fact that sizing system when ordering I believe was confusing. I did all the measurements according to directions, and ordered what I believed was the correct size. But the item that showed up was very large. Even too big for my thumb. Though I don't believe it should be counted against the product, as again, the product seemed good. Just maybe an easier way to help determine the correct size.


Positive

All Good, But Watch How You Size


Bill (White House, TN)
Reviewed on May 10, 2014
Great price, quality product and fast service. However, take care as to how you measure for size. I too had trouble with the sizes 5 and 5.5. A better perspective is to measure the circumference of the joint to be immobilized using a string and then calculate the diameter to determine the correct sizing from the listing. I assumed size 5.5 would be just a bit larger than a 5. Wrong! Other than my inability to determine the correct size, Colonial Medical was great.

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