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Easy Grip Handle, Set of 4

Soft-grip built up handles give those with arthritis or limited dexterity a larger gripping surface on forks, pens, toothbrushes and more. Comfortable ergonomic design reduces hand fatigue. Each easy on/off build up utensil handle has 2 ends to fit utensils 1/4"-1" W. Dishwasher-safe thermoplastic. Set of 4. 3 5/8" L x 1 5/8" W x 1 3/8" H.
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$16.99
This item is expected to be in stock on 9/9/2019

3.6 / 5.0
16 Reviews
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So "Handy"!
Bought as gifts for two friends that have severe rheumatoid arthritis and are beginning to have difficulty eating and managing pens, etc. Kept one for myself as some days eating is hard for me and slicing is too. These are terrific products!
February 2, 2016
good product
I am recovering from a stroke and these help me get my food to my mouth and not in my lap.
June 30, 2015
Great for husband with Parkinson's
My husband has early signs of Parkinson's and has a hard time using his right hand in writing or eating. The bulkiness of these handles makes it easier to cut food and feed himself.
April 5, 2015
Awesome
Wonderful since I have limited dexterity from muscular dystrophy. They fit on any silverware, I can even take them in my purse to use at a restaurant!
August 5, 2013
Handles
I got these to help me fee myself and it took some getting use , but once i did i no long need help
March 23, 2017
VERY HELPFUL!
GIFE FOR MY ELDERLY FATHER. HE FINDS THEM VERY USEFUL.
January 8, 2015
Good grips
I've used for fork, knife, ink pen and crochete hooks
Just wished they came in different sizes. I find them just a little to larger around.
June 4, 2016
Great idea
These work well. A little hard to get use to at the beginning but once you have them figured, they work good. Made of a rubbery material so they are easy to grip and hang onto. Need to get rid of the rubber smell though.
May 17, 2015
Very good
It's a little bulky but useable. I have my right hand affected by stroke and
Arthritis but the size helps me grip it. I have large hands which makes it easy.
If I had small hands it would be inconvenient in size.
August 19, 2016
Too big & bulky
I have Essential Tremors and was looking for something to make eating easier. The basic idea for this product went too far. The curving out at both ends make them hard to hold. Straight would have been better. I don't recommend. them for that reason. I may try cutting the curves off.
July 29, 2017
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wife needs these
Walter G on Jun 28, 2019
have trouble with my hands shaking
MARY ANNE B on Jun 23, 2019
wife needs these
Walter G on Jun 28, 2019
to try them
william m on Jun 24, 2019
have trouble with my hands shaking
MARY ANNE B on Jun 23, 2019
Anyone with Parkinson's get to the point where holding slender items is difficult. These will help with eating, shaving and brushing teeth.
Kenneth C on Jun 17, 2019
Need them for my husband.
Virginia R on May 17, 2019
to assist where there are neuropathy issues for holding different articles
Linda F on May 6, 2019
to hold onto things easier
Ruth S on Apr 21, 2019
relative needs this
Joan L S on Mar 31, 2019
need
Robert P on Mar 26, 2019
Arthritic hands.
Alexandra V on Mar 16, 2019
Birthday present
F O on Mar 14, 2019
so my husbands can hang on to his silverware.
keith D on Mar 5, 2019
Hoping to facilitate better control of hand instruments.
ROBERT B on Feb 3, 2019
My husband uses these because he has no feeling in his hands due to Chemo treatments. Loves them.
Joan L T on Jan 8, 2019
My mother has some occasional issues with her handgrip. Holding knives & forks can be a challenge. I am hopeful this will help.
Robin W on Jan 2, 2019
My Dad is elderly, and has trouble holding on to silver ware
Eugina M on Jan 1, 2019
father in law has p. neuropathy affecting sensation and motor skills in hands and feet. Need adaptive tools to function independently
Joe P on Dec 17, 2018
for my son whose hands are partially disabled.
Bertha A on Dec 9, 2018
I keep dropping things
Georgianna G on Sep 14, 2018
Mom is very arthritic and hopefully this will provide some additional functionality
B E on Sep 7, 2018
My wife choose this item because it will be easier for her to grip the utensils.
Claude S on Sep 3, 2018
for better on some items
elizabeth k on Aug 19, 2018
i have arithritis & it is very difficult to use my thumbs to grip utensils.
P H on Aug 13, 2018
My dad has Parkinson's and shakes alot. Hard to eat when he is not steady.
Clifford C on Aug 1, 2018
My husband has Parkinsons Disease with dementia. He has trouble handling eating utensils and such. This should help him a lot.
Sherry E. P on Jul 7, 2018
have crippling hands
Elaine L on Jul 4, 2018
I'm hoping this will make holding items more comfortable in my arthritic hands.
Faye W on Jun 16, 2018
neuropathy w/hands
DOTTIE U on May 15, 2018
I have trouble gripping small handles!
Melinda M on May 13, 2018
My husband has poor use of his hands and fingers
Eileen C on May 7, 2018
have worsening hand control and these should help me with eating utensils
Irene D on May 2, 2018
Husband had a stroke and has trouble using his hands.
SHIRLEY R on Apr 7, 2018
My dad has trouble holding utensils, I hope this will help.
Nancy P on Apr 2, 2018
its hard to hold on to forks and spoons
alexandar t on Mar 26, 2018
physical therapist suggested
Judith G on Mar 13, 2018
assist with utensils
Sherry B on Feb 22, 2018
Had a stroke
Grace E on Feb 15, 2018
I chose to get these Handlers to see if they may help with my Tremors at least assist me anyways.
Ervin N on Feb 10, 2018
have a hard time holding silverware
Elizabeth L on Feb 6, 2018
Bought her one set thought she might like and use another. very helpful to her to use
Judy T on Feb 5, 2018
Can't close my hand go pick up and use small items
Pamela R on Feb 1, 2018
A friend of mine already has some, she has issues holding on to her utensils, her hands do not close all the way, these are ideal for her to use, and her forks no longer slip, these are for her
Subi43 on Jan 31, 2018
FOR A FRIEND
Frances H on Jan 4, 2018
husband has trouble gripping things
Margaret P on Dec 31, 2017
I have a patient who has lost most of the ability to use his right hand due to a fall I have been looking for some silverware for him so that he can eat better, I was looking through this magazine and I think I have found the perfect thing for him.
Brenda R on Dec 9, 2017
My Husband needs them to use on his spoon to eat with!!
Barbara R on Dec 1, 2017
Need it
James E on Nov 11, 2017
My husband has Parkinson's and his neurologist rec ommended these.
Judith Hall J on Oct 22, 2017
Nephew with ALS and losing sensation in hands
Mary N on Sep 20, 2017
Initially to assist with dining utensils. Now I use them in crocheting.
L D on Sep 14, 2017
to try them
william m on Jun 24, 2019
Anyone with Parkinson's get to the point where holding slender items is difficult. These will help with eating, shaving and brushing teeth.
Kenneth C on Jun 17, 2019
Can these be used with electric toothbrushes?
Julie S on Sep 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: My husband has a neurological disease and it hard for him to grasp things with his hand. This large holder makes it easier to being able to feed himself. And I think that it would work with a regular toothbrush, but not with an electric toothbrush. It would not fit in the opening.
Are handles latex free?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. Yes, this item is latex free. We hope this information will be of help to you.
My mom needs a grip to hold a key to put in lock and turn it?
A shopper on Aug 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: if key is large enough to lock in slots it will work. just no very small ones.
can I use this to extend a hairbrush handle?
jennie s on Feb 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. No, this item is not used to extend your brush handle. We hope this information will be of help to you.
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