Comfort Grip Cutlery

Lightweight, soft, contoured adaptive built up
handle utensils

Adaptive Comfort Grip Utensils feature handles are designed for hands with limited grasping ability such as those with Osteo or Rheumatoid Arthritis.

These special utensils are made of quality stainless steel and have a comfortable foam grip handle.

Soft built up handles available right or left angled

The utensils are  available in both regular (straight) style or the angled version. 

The utensils are available and sold individually in the following pieces; fork, teaspoon and soup spoon. Angled utensils are available individually in the fork and teaspoon.

Angled utensils aid limited upper extemity movement

The angled version is made for those with limited upper extremity movement and grasping ability, enabling them to eat independently with comfort. Angled utensils are available in both right and left handed versions of the spoons and fork.

Comfortable to grasp soft handled utensils

The comfort grip handle on the utensils provides a cushioned grip for those who lack the ability to grasp tightly with their hands such as Arthritis.

The special adaptive utensils are lightweight, with soft non slip rubbery surface.

The fork is 9 inches in length and weighs slightly more than 4 ounces each. The spoons are 8 inches in length. The large, firm, foam handles are 1.25 inches in diameter. 

These utensils are dishwasher safe.

Please shop carefully, these items are not returnable

Please note: The soup spoon and dinner knife are available in the straight version only, not angled.

Please shop carefully, this item is not returnable.




 

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Customer Reviews


My husabnd likes these utensils. I wash by hand because of the softer handles but otgher than that I really like them. Work well. Sandra C

These were pricey but really helped my wife who has Rheumatoid Arthritis. The soft large handle makes it easier for her to eat. M Machler