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Original shoe pincers are commonly used in public facilities, restaurants or where there are several people and is being used instead of using hands to individually move shoes. However, germs can be infected through shoe pincers from several shoes and there is a disadvantage that there are inconvenient angles of putting shoes into shoe racks.
This shoe pincer gives angles in which shoes can be put into shoe racks to reduce the force used in the wrist, is convenient to be used without bending your back and can give a trivial, but best service to people with an infrared function on the shoe pincer because shoes can occur smell problems.
Cheongju-si, South Korea
Uncheon-dong, Heungdeok-gu, Cheongju-si, South Korea