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Rite Aid.com has Dr. Scholl's Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts (CF 440, 1 Pair) on sale for $34.99 after promo code THANKYOU - $10 Rebate = $24.99 valid for Rite Aid Wellness+Plenti Member only. Shipping is free. Thanks WavedMass

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34.99 + Free Shipping after Coupon.
Coupon code: THANKYOU

Ends 10/16/17 11:59 PM EST

CF440: https://www.riteaid.com/shop/dr-s...ir-0392661

Other Models: https://www.riteaid.com/shop/cata...custom+fit


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Pharmacist that stands for 13 hours a day for several shifts per week, I have used these for about 3 years now. Definitely got rid of my knee and lower back pain, however I also feel like they tilt you up and forward and increase pressure on toes/balls of my feet. I'd say a fair trade. I go thru about 1 pair a year and usually ask for them around Christmas.

Quality wise they seem a little underwhelming, at about 3-5 months the cloth on top starts to ripple, by month 6-8 the cloth is starting to come off around the heel area and by 12 months the cloth is either completely off or ripples up under your heel and is uncomfortable.

Not sure how much a trust the measuring technology. I measured at a Walmart the first time and it put me in a cf 440, year and a half later it put me in a completely different size... I stuck with the cf 440 as they showed to actually help. Will probly get a pair or 2 early this year. Thanks
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I was at bed bath and beyond and they had this machine to measure your impressions. Are these worth it? At$50 I was skeptical. Anyone can vouch for them?
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I was at bed bath and beyond and they had this machine to measure your impressions. Are these worth it? At$50 I was skeptical. Anyone can vouch for them?
My wife used it during pregnancy and she loved it.
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rebate link is dead
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Pharmacist that stands for 13 hours a day for several shifts per week, I have used these for about 3 years now. Definitely got rid of my knee and lower back pain, however I also feel like they tilt you up and forward and increase pressure on toes/balls of my feet. I'd say a fair trade. I go thru about 1 pair a year and usually ask for them around Christmas.

Quality wise they seem a little underwhelming, at about 3-5 months the cloth on top starts to ripple, by month 6-8 the cloth is starting to come off around the heel area and by 12 months the cloth is either completely off or ripples up under your heel and is uncomfortable.

Not sure how much a trust the measuring technology. I measured at a Walmart the first time and it put me in a cf 440, year and a half later it put me in a completely different size... I stuck with the cf 440 as they showed to actually help. Will probly get a pair or 2 early this year. Thanks
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The rebate link is broken, its the correct web address though. Go to the dr scholls home page and search for coupons and offers to find it.
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is there a scanning machine locator?

They should do 3D custom printing for these. I have really flat feet/back pain and tired of trying different orthotics
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I'm seeing $49.95. Buy one and get one half price, but I am certainly not about to buy two if I don't know if one helps. Am I doing something wrong?

I think this is the rebate, but it doesn't say when it expires.
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I'm seeing $49.95. Buy one and get one half price, but I am certainly not about to buy two if I don't know if one helps. Am I doing something wrong?

I think this is the rebate, but it doesn't say when it expires.

Apply 30% code. THANKYOU
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I did not find them to be worth $50. I experienced no particular "relief" or comfort during extended standing or walking. A bit of snake oil if you ask me.
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is there a scanning machine locator?

They should do 3D custom printing for these. I have really flat feet/back pain and tired of trying different orthotics
Same here
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I was at bed bath and beyond and they had this machine to measure your impressions. Are these worth it? At$50 I was skeptical. Anyone can vouch for them?
You're better off having custom insoles made. I've stood on these at different locations and gotten slightly different results, which is not particularly comforting. Custom inserts will set you back about $100-150, however they will last you years and are actually custom-tailored to you.
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You're better off having custom insoles made. I've stood on these at different locations and gotten slightly different results, which is not particularly comforting. Custom inserts will set you back about $100-150, however they will last you years and are actually custom-tailored to you.
I stand on my feet 10+ hours a day with moderate lifting. Im giving these a shot before I go custom. Cant hurt to try at 35 and with free returns.
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