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  • Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm
  • Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm
  • Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm
  • Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm
  • Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm

Thinvik

Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm

Thinvik

Thinvik [2 Piece] Plastic Mallet Dip Finger Support Brace Splint Joint Protection Injury - Knuckle 48-53mm

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Product Description Product Description
  • Injection moulded to high tolerance providing ultra smooth edge for patient comfort.
  • Perforated design;Breathable and premium stability.
  • No tape needed.
  • Easy to wear and remove
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Comfortable but straps don't last long enoughA good product that arrived and was about as expected. Good fit, znd has been comfortable enough to wear through much of the day. My only criticism is that the velcro strap is starting to wear out after just a few days. It is detachable, and that's good. I think anyone who would purchase such a splint would probably need to wear it for weeks to get sufficient positive results. That's true for me. In light of this, It would be great if they included additional velcro straps with each splint, to get you through that length of time using the splint. So, 4 stars, not 5 because of this. Served the purpose, but not really durable enough to totally meet the need. I'll probably have to buy some velcro, make some new straps to make it last as long as I need it. 4Worth It!I've tried several splints for my mallet finger and this has been the best one yet. The only "complaint" I have is the tip fits well but the far end is a bit loose, however I lined it with moleskin and its perfect. I was considering using medical tape vs. the velcro band to make it feel more secure but i dont know that it's necessary. I slept with it and it stayed on just fine, i showered with it and naturally soap and water made it feel like itd fall off but it didnt. It dried fine afterwards. I appreciate the hard plastic protection factor, overall a good product. 4It fixed my finger!It fixed my finger! This is a long story so bare with me. Back in April, I tore a ligament in my finger playing catch (with a football) with my brother. First time I've ever had a serious injury haha. Went to the drug store to get a splint for it, then a few days later made an appointment when I got back home to South FL with a hand specialist. My brother had the same injury and diagnosed it right on the spot. Sure enough when I went to the hand specialist that's what I had. So he gave me a splint for the top with tape supporting it to the splint (as you can see in the 2nd picture). My brother had 2 boards, 1 on top and 1 on the bottom. His healed over corrected as a result. When I showed him what type of splint they gave me he always thought it wasn't right. Between appointments (I travel once a month) I wore that splint for 10 weeks. After I took it off, he told me that's basically how much it'll heel and there's nothing that can be done after it. So traveling back to see my brothers family I showed him and his wife and they were both like "why aren't you in a splint still?" As you can tell by the 3rd picture it was still dipping down.Frustrated it still wasn't fixed I went to Amazon to look at splints and came across this one. I was highly skeptical this would do anything, but then I read one review where he said he waited a while to try this and it fixed his finger. That gave me hope. So I bought it and figured I'd try it out. What's the worst that could happen? After 6 weeks of wearing it, I took it off. And it was way better then before, but still dipping down a tad. I ended up putting it back on for another 4 weeks to see if that'd do anything, but really nothing happened. But overall I'm super happy with this product even if it still dips down a tad. If I bought this splint from the start (and didn't listen to my doctor), I have no doubt my finger would be straight. Glad I still didn't listen to him after buying this, cause it's healed when he said it wouldn't do anything more then what it was.EDIT: Did want to add my only criticism of the product is I felt the Velcro could have been a bit stronger. After a while it'd become hard to keep it together when it'd get wet. If they used stronger Velcro, it wouldn't have been a problem. 5Mallet finger splintI had been hurt my left hand ring finger by my son about four and half years old accidentally by running towards to me too fast and bending my D.I.P join just about seconds...I did not notice my finger was out of nomal finger shape two days after and saw a doctor in the urgent medical center. The doctor confirmed that I had a mallet finger due to my tendon was torn by the accident happened. The only finger splint they had for me was the sized 2, but that was still too big for me, maybe because I am an Asia woman and my fingers are a little bit slimmer... Once I got back home and searched from Amazon to find the best finger splint for me and I found that this could be the best one for my injured finger and I did follow the instructions that they had post on it to find the correct size for me. The length of my D.I.P join is 44mm and I order size 1 (42-48mm) . Once I received it and it is worked for me perfectly ..So that is a strong reason for me to take times to write this review to someone just like me to injure their fingers have better understanding of how this product is going to work for them and heal the mallet finger as soon as possible without the surgery have to apply to it....Thank you very much and have a wonderful day after days.......! 5Post Op SplintingMy distal joint in pinky was fused (due to arthritis) and at my request my orthopedist fused the tip slightly flexed (so the tip would not stick out unnaturally when making a fist, and other reasons not important here). He fashioned a metal splint which I used for weeks (with paper tape fastening it). That splint was bulky and taking it off and on repeatedly (to wash hands for example) was too inconvenient. He then made another splint but it did not adequately protect the tip of the finger where the screw was placed through. I looked for splints online which would protect the finger, be rigid, and not be bulky. I found the Thinvik splint and bought sizes 4 & 5 not knowing which would be better fit. The fusion needs to be splinted for minimum of 6 weeks. The Thinvik splint was initially completely wrong for me: it curved upward so that the finger would extended, not flexed. Obviously the splint was designed for a different purpose. But alas! I turned it upside down and the slight curve built into the splint was perfect for the slightly flexed tip. But the next problem was that tightening the velcro strap caused too much compression in my still swollen finger. The simple solution was to add small pieces of moleskin to the inside surface of the splint where the velcro wraps around - this way only that area tightens without the rest of the splint squeezing the finger. The next modification was to cut away a sliver of the part where there are 3 holes to further relieve compression. The last problem was that with the frequent removal of the splint, the velcro started to loosen and not hold. Would be nice if extra velcro straps were included. I found some extra velcro, cut it to fit, and now have it ready to use when the original velcro dies. Despite these challenges for my condition, I still give the splint 5 stars. 5Perfect splint for anyone with a Mallet finger (avoid figure 8 splint!!)This is the 2nd time I have experienced this injury (2nd time being more severe with the fracture). The splint provided by my doctor was a similar style, but was harder plastic & did not have the split top that this one has, so there was a slight gap between my finger and the splint. Features I love about this splint (there are a lot): protects the finger and keeps the top joint immobilized, has a split top so as the swelling in the finger changes you can adjust and keep the fit snug, the Velcro removes the need to have sports tape around, the material of the plastic decreases the "gym foot" smell that can occur with a splint, it is less noticeable in day-to-day activities - both from my perspective and to others (don't have to constantly answer what happened to your finger), and finally there are two in the package so you can rotate to clean and not be without splint at any time.Another option I have seen recommended for a mallet finger is the "figure 8" type splint; there is simply no way this splint could provide the protection you need with a mallet fracture. You would be shocked at the amount of times you bump your finger on things throughout the day & the figure 8 splint will not protect your healing finger from these encounters.This may actually be the first Amazon review I have written, but I am so pleased with this product that I felt the need to let others know how tremendous it can be in the healing process. A mallet finger can take anywhere from 4-8 weeks to heal, depending on the severity, so you really want to have a splint you are comfortable with and I give the Thinvik splint my 100% seal of approval. 5Good For Keeping Finger StraightAfter I jammed my pinkie finger and wound up with mallet finger I found these braces. They are perfect for helping to keep a finger straight. The only thing I found is that after a while the bent joint of my finger started to rub against the plastic and that became a bit uncomfortable. I solved that issue by putting a thin piece of cotton between my finger and the brace. This gave me a cushion and stopped the discomfort. I would definitely recommend these to anyone who needs to keep their finger straight during the healing process. 5This works!!!!!!! This is must have if you suffer with fingertip ulcers from Raynaud'sI've had a stubborn ulcer for almost a year...I just couldn't protect it from getting bump and reinjured ..This plastic product was the first time my hand could high function while wearing something on the finger.. and bump or bang accidents didn't matter.. I had 100 pct protection ...I can wear warm gloves over it ...and medical gloves under it to do dishes, etcI ordered several packs because I tend to lose them....but they are comfortable...my fingertip is already healing because it's not getting bumped...I also noticed a healing plus when I sprinkled my fingertip with Gold Bond powder to keep it dry . 5Best I've found!!I wanted to wait until I've had it on for awhile. I have mallet finger as a result of a fall. After trying 5 different splints (including a laughable one from a doctor!!), and reading all the great reviews. I ordered it. Not only is it lightweight and lets my finger breath; it's easy to clean because it's made from a durable plastic. I haven't had the need to open the second one yet. The tendon is slowly healing. Most important to me: it is nice and slim so I can wear plastic gloves without poking holes in the gloves. Well done! 5Does the TrickIt's a wonder how the body can repair a mallet finger just by holding the upper joint in place for 6 weeks, but it does. And this brace is perfect for that task. It covers only the necessary amount of the finger to hold the tip in place. Having two at such a low price is an added value. 5
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