Fitting the strap – a closer look

We occasionally get customers asking how to fit the strap, or having to wrap the strap over the body of the device to make a tight fit.  The following photographs show the fitting and how the strap is meant to be used so that it can fit on the smallest of feet.

Step 1 – the strap as it is when unpacked

Step 2 – Opened out

Note the tab on the right hand side, next to the buckle.  This should be on the upper side.

Step 3 – Fit the device

Slide the device onto the strap and secure under the tab.

Step 4 – Loop the strap

Loop the strap and thread through the buckle, then bend the strap back on itself.

Step 5 – Close the loop

Here the strap has been fully closed which allows fitting to almost any size foot or ankle.

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A closer look at the Agfa charger

We know that Plantarcure is a great device for relieving pain and speeding up the healing of plantar fasciitis.

We also know it does go through a lot of batteries so we now offer a charger bundle to help.  Reduced from £12.99 to £9.99, the charger allows charging of both AA and AAA batteries simultaneously.  We’ve tested a few and found the Agfa one the best for quality, price and length of time the batteries hold their charge.

Since you normally only see this option during the purchase phase we thought we’d take a closer look here.


Each charger comes with 4 x AA batteries and a separate pack of 4 x AAA batteries.

Two AAA batteries can be fitted on the inside…



With two AA’s on the outside.



Which is then plugged into the wall in any standard socket.

8 hours later all four batteries are charged.  Of course, you can use the AA’s for any other device, TV remote etc. but the AAA’s can be rotated in and out of the Plantarcure device so you’re always full of charge for every treatment.