Sorry completely forgot I had replied on this post! ..I think the companies you mention are in the US.. (I am in Europe)Hi @Inca......a small suggestion only. Dr. Leonard's Catalog often has products for sick people. I'm sure it's online. I have very cold hands also and always have those wood mittens (mittens are supposed to be warmer than gloves) around. I'm sitting on a pair right now! Some have a little cap that you can pull over the ends of your fingertips....they're a really big help.
If you can't find them via the catalog, then look on Amazon. I know exactly what you mean. I found a windfall many years ago at Target and Walmart in the after-Xmas sales. Still, I have to admit that my fingers aren't
If this helps you or someone else, then I'm happy. Are you getting around at all these days? I hope so. Yours, Lenora
I do have some fingerless mittens that have the 'cap' that you can put over fingers..I use them with some touchscreen gloves underneath so if I need to use my phone in winter when out on scooter I can just pull the cap back and my fingers are still covered but can still use phone if I want to take a photo (of dog usually!) or answer a text message.
I still have my mobility scooter and get out most days with my dog. Fortunately I don't have to endure such severe weather these days as my dog has arthritis too so when its raining heavy or very cold he is also suffering the effects of stiffness and swollen joints....so we have a 'rest day' and I bring out toys and puzzles he only has on those days.
He loves his puzzles and can even do simple baby puzzles such as shape sorting, stacking toys and the little wooden jigsaws (with the wooden knob so baby can lift it up)...he can do toys up to about 18 months old ..he doesn't know the alphabet or anything. I buy simple traditional wooden puzzles off ebay when I see them. He can also empty my washing machine and dryer and pick stuff up for me (safe stuff.. socks, his toys and put them in toy box etc).
Other puzzles are traditional treat dispensers/interactive puzzles for dogs though he can empty most in seconds! It's a challenge for me to find something that will challenge him! His IQ must be off the Doggy IQ charts!!