Queens, Surgrip and Caring Cutlery range with their larger grip handles are suitable for those who struggle to use ordinary cutlery.
A popular range of standard utensils mounted in the Queens built up handle. Available individually or as a set.
The handle is cylindrical to assist with gripping. The items are hygienically sealed, easy to clean and are dishwasher safe.
Length of handle 98mm (3.75")
Diameter of handle 30mm (1.25")
These stainless steel utensils can be used for one-handed eating by combining cutlery functions.
The Splayed Fork is a pronged fork with edges designed for cutting food and a deep rounded body, which functions like a spoon.
The Nelson Knife is a knife with a cutting edge, which ends as a curved pronged fork, to enable food to be picked up.
A range of stainless steel utensils with an angled head, enabling those with limited wrist movement to eat more easily.
The knife has a blade bent at an angle to the handle and can be used with a rocker action. The fork and spoon are available as right or left handed versions.
A range of stainless steel utensils moulding into contoured, ivory coloured plastic handles with built up ends.
These are of value to those with weak grip and restricted wrist movement. Hygienically sealed, easy to clean and dish washer safe.
The Knife have a shaped indent on the top for the index finger, this aids control and a serrated blade to assist cutting.
The spoons and forks in this range feature a twist in the metal shaft to allow them to be bent to the desired angle. The utensils can be bent to either the right or left to the position that is the most comfortable for the user.
The knife has a curved rocker blade to allow the user to cut with minimal effort. The comfortable 38mm (1.5˝) wide built up ribbed rubber handles provide an improved grip.
This range of cutlery is designed to give a comfortable, soft, non-slip grip for people with Arthritis, Parkinson's disease, Neurological impairments or any condition that can cause poor grip. They allow a firm grip even in wet conditions.