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Ekco 123 Pie Server

The EKCO 123 Pie Server is designed for use by individuals with limited hand use, grasping and upper extremity disabilities, or arthritis. Designed to help users serve up slices of cake and pastries with ease, the EKCO Pie Server is constructed of stainless steel for strength and durability and features a double molded angled handle that allows for better grip. DIMENSIONS (HxDxW): 12.75 x 3.75 x 1.0 inches. WEIGHT: 4.8 ounces. COLOR: Gray handle. WARRANTY: Limited manufacturer's warranty.

Enlarged handle with hilt

The Enlarged handle with hilt is designed for use by individuals with weakened or painful grasps or use of only one hand. This enlarged handle for cutlery include, in one assistive device, grasping help, and hilt for people challenged by grasping. Equipped with a large but thin aperture, printed in flexible material, this enlarged handle with hilt accept all kind of cutlery.

Ergonoma Steak Fork (Model Rk912)

The Ergonoma Steak Fork, model RK912, is a kitchen fork designed for use by individuals with arthritis or grasping disabilities. This fork has a large, built-up handle at a right angle to the two stainless steel tines. The fork is designed for removing food from pots and frying pans. DIMENSIONS: The fork tines are 6 inches long. WEIGHT: 4 ounces.

Maddox Knife

The Maddox Knife is a one-handed knife for both one-handed users and those with limited gripping ability. The knife needs mostly downward pressure and minimal rocking motion to cut. It come with a Quick Release Safety Sheath. 

Revolution Spatula Spoon

The Revolution Spatula Spoon is a spatula and serving spoon designed for use by individuals with arthritis affecting the hands or other grasping or upper extremity disabilities. The strong spatula tip of this multi-use tool can be used for breaking up dense ingredients and making roux, while its deep bowl can be used for stirring and serving. The wooden handle has an elliptical shape extending the entire length of the handle, which encourages a comfortable grip while preventing rotation and resi

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