Clearwell Mobility, which operates a chain of stores across the South East, has appeared on ITV’s This Morning programme, where it showcased some of its living aid products.
In a segment promoting independent living, Clearwell Mobility’s key turner was featured and demonstrated, among other products, to an expansive audience.
Hosted by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, This Morning attracts an audience of around 1 million viewers.
Seeing how the key turner is designed to be a practical solution for those who struggle to grip and turn keys due to lack of grip or arthritic joints, Willoughby, commented on what a “good idea” the solution was.
The key turner holds up to three keys and has an ergonomic handle making it easy to hold.
Aside from large equipment like scooters, Clearwell Mobility stocks a range of items designed to keep people living independently in their homes for longer. This category includes everything from grabbers and sock aids to tap turners and grab rails.
Duncan Gillett, managing director at Clearwell Mobility, said: “We’re delighted to see the key turner showcased on national TV in aid of supporting independent living as people get older.
“As a family-run company we are passionate about offering the best products and customer service we can, that can help family members stay independent and mobile for as long as possible.”
Other products that were shown on This Morning’s show were the kettle tipper and twister grips.