$ 15.95 per item. Complete set of 4: $ 63.80
Sure Grip Bendable Cutlery is a set of dining aids with a soft cushion grip that makes eating much easier for those with limited hand or arm movement.
The utensils are sold separately: fork, tablespoon, teaspoon and knife.
The neck of the bendable spoon and fork can be bent to any angle to suit the user, while the base features a loop, through which you pass a utensil strap for even greater support. The rocker knife features a specially shaped blade to cut with a rocking motion.
Sure Grip Bendable Cutlery is an adaptive eating device that can make all the difference in the quality of life for those who suffer from tremors, arthritis, low grip strength or Parkinson's Disease.
The items are sold separately: fork, tablespoon, teaspoon and knife.
The advantage of angled or bendable cutlery is that it curves food towards your mouth, reducing the need to lift your elbow.
They are all dishwasher safe and made of long-lasting stainless steel. All items use a comfortable rubber built-up grip for easy pick-up. The cutlery is non-weighted making it easier to hold for those dealing with weakness in the limbs.
Minimal Effort and strain
The spoons and fork feature a metal shaft that is easily bent to any angle to accommodate a reduced range of motion adapted to the individual user to provide the greatest comfort. Simply twist the metal shaft of the utensil to the desired angle so that it is comfortable for the user and does not twist or cause strain to their joints.
The rocker knife - which is not bendable - works as a sawing motion, helping those with a tremor requiring minimal effort and strain to the wrist.
The thick, ribbed handles are designed to assist those with a weak grasp and ensure that a good grip is maintained while handling, making mealtimes easier.
They are designed to be safe and comfortable for the user to hold, even when wet.
Who benefits from the Sure Grip bendable cutlery?
Our sure grip bendable cutlery is the perfect cutlery set for anyone who suffers from arthritis, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, neurological impairments, or who may otherwise have limited grip strength or hand movement.