Good Grips Weighted Utensils
Good Grips Weighted Utensils have weight added to the large grip handle.

Good Grips Weighted Utensils

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Weighted utensils provide more control for people with limited hand control, Parkinson's or spasticity.

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  • Weighted handle provide more control for tremors
  • Large soft rubber handles to cushion grip
  • Choose single utensil or set of 4

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The Good Grips Weighted Utensils cutlery feature large soft rubber handles to cushion your grip. These stainless steel utensils have an adjustable metal shaft that allows them to be twisted to an angle for use with either the right or left hand. Each Good Grips Weighted Utensil provides 6 oz of weight in the built-up handle to provide more control for people with limited hand control, Parkinson's or spasticity. The Good Grips Weighted Utensils are sold individually or as a set.

The Good Grips Weighted Rocker Knife requires only minimal arm strength for cutting. An extended safety cap protects fingers while cutting. The 4 inch long blade is curved to allow the user to rock the blade back and forth to cut food.

The Good Grips Weighted Soup Spoon is ideal for persons with tremors or poor hand control. The large bowl of this adapted spoon features a specially designed 1/8 inch raised lip to prevent spills while moving the spoon toward the mouth. Total length measures 7 1/8 inches.

Each Good Grips Weighted Utensil can be purchased individually, or as a set. The Good Grips Weighted Utensils Set of Four includes the rocker knife, fork, tablespoon, and teaspoon.

Good Grips Weighted Utensils Specifications:

  • Total length: 7 1/8 inches.
  • Weight: 6 oz.
  • Material: Latex Free.
  • Choose: Rocker Knife, Fork, Tablespoon, Teaspoon, Soup Spoon, Small Spoon individual utensils or Set of 4 (Rocker knife, Fork, Tablespoon, Teaspoon).
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This silverware is a good weight and works well for my father with parkinson's.
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Reviewed by:  from Colorado. on 3/4/2016
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Weighted Fork
My 90 year old father has shake/tremor in his hands. It makes if very difficult to get food from plate to fork to mouth. This seems to help a bit.
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Reviewed by:  from BH, CA. on 10/9/2014
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I bout the set to help me eat. I have Essential Tremor. They don't help much, the knife isn't sharp enough to just rock to cut. quality of products is good, just don't work
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Reviewed by:  from DE. on 4/10/2016
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Good grips weighted utensils
82 year old man who has arthritic hands and shoulders found these utensils to be very satisfactory. Not too heavy and good grip.
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Reviewed by:  from Newtown, Pa.. on 8/3/2014
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Enjoy tremendously. Great eating aids
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Reviewed by:  from Leanderr. on 8/12/2015
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