Showing 1 - 5 of 10 reviews.
I won't fly coach without my footrest!
Deborah Holland of Dallas, TX | December 2013
Now that I've tried it, I will never willingly fly coach again. I have arthritic knees and ankles, and the Happy Feet Airplane Footrest takes the stress and strain off my joints and makes long flights much more comfortable.
A 14-hour flight (LAX to Auckland) is much more comfortable with the footrest.
Love this product!
Dianne Pickens of Missoula, MT | August 2013
I just ordered my 4th and 5th footrest. I liked mine so much I ordered one for my daughter and and one for my daughter-in-law. Now I am ordering one as a door prize for a luncheon I am chairing with a travel theme. The 5th is to have on hand as I know I will want to give one to someone else in the near future.
This is the best thing I have ever found to relieve leg pain when I fly. I like that I can adjust it to the height that is comfortable for me. It is so easy to slip into a carry-on bag. My only regret is I didn't have this many years ago when I was flying across the Pacific at frequent intervals. I have looked for years for something to put my feet on. Finally a better solution than using my carry-on bag that was never the right size. I love this product!
What a terrific product!!!!
Sally Riley of Kennewick, WA | November 2012
This product is all it is advertised to be. I have made several flights and have had nothing but comfort and NO FOOT SWELLING. Of course, when others inquire as to WHERE I got the footrest, I am more than happy to guide them to the web site! GREAT INVENTION!
Good idea footrest
Melody Glass of CA | June 2012
This is a simple, brilliant idea to ease pressure off the back of the legs during those long airplane flights. This device is compact and fits nicely into carry-on luggage. But the construction of this gadget needs to be improved upon. The plastic platform seems to be sturdy enough, but the screw that holds the rope into the swing-up posts is a faulty idea. The rope just ripped right out of the post the first time I used it. At my destination I borrowed a screwdriver and was able to re-attach the rope. On the return flight I did use the footrest again, but very gingerly and cautiously. I was careful to only rest my feet on the platform, without applying any force, or the ropes would have ripped out again.
If the designers could just modify the rope attachements to made them stay in the posts permanently, I would give this ingenious device a 5 star rating.
How great it is!!!!
Ginny Botz of Cary, NC | June 2011
I flew to Europe a week after recieving my Happy Feet product and promised myself NEVER to travel again without it. You won't believe the difference it makes unless you try one.
Great for long travels in coach
Rebecca O of Santa Monica, CA | May, 2011
I purchased the airplane footrest for an international trip I took to Brazil last year. I am a bit on the shorter side (5'4") and sometimes suffer from swollen legs on long trips to Europe. I decided to try this footrest out and it worked out great.
The only reason I gave it 4 stars vs 5 is that it hangs from the tray area and if you shift/move around, the footrest causes the seat (for the person sitting in front of you) to shake/move. Needless to say, that is not a very comfortable thing for them.
So, if you're going to use it, use it without shoes (much softer) and you have to be cognizant of not shifting/shaking while your feet are still on it or your neighbor in front of you will not be happy.
I will certainly use it again on my next international flight.
great product, i strongly reccommend it
virginia whitney of NJ | May, 2011
great product, strongly recommend it - got 3 of these, for each member of the family. we travel pretty frequently and we love the product, and we "advertise" it to other travelers like it would be ours, so by now your business should have increased already :))) also, the customer service was great, thank you zarcor and mr halter.
The foot rest is wonderful!
Rand Spritzer of CO | May, 2011
I am 5'2" tall. My legs never reach the airplane floor. I fly coach, so seldom have a foot rest.
Last summer, I took a trip that involved nine airports and countless hours of flight. The foot rest was a God send. I was able to use it on several different airplanes without a problem. It is small enough to pack in a carry on.
I suggested it to several other travel mates.
Footrest makes flying more comfortable
Bill Laster of FL | May, 2011
I'm one of those people who like to put their feet up when seated, ie LazyBoy. The Airplane Footrest worked as advertised and made the flight more comfortable. I rated 4 stars because I had a little trouble installing it, until I read the instructions. You know us guys. The lady next to me took the information and said she was going to order one.
My mother loved the foot rest gift
Dale Williams of Dallas, TX | May, 2011
I stopped by Zarcor's office and picked up one of the airplane footrests that my friend john halter invented. It was for my mother who has short legs, and seems to get leg cramps every time she gets on an airplane. The footrest worked like magic. I cannot recommend it high enough. I would rate it a 6 star but there is only room for 5.
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