The handle on the Hole-in-One Teaspoon
eating utensil allows users with limited hand mobility to choose the best gripping position. The stainless steel spoon can be positioned for holding in the right or left hand.
The Hole-In-One Teaspoon has an ergonomic handle with an open center that allows the user to insert their fingers through the center. The stainless steel spoon is attached to the handle by a swivel screw that allows the spoon to fold back on the handle when not in use. The teaspoon extends 3-1/4 inches from the handle and can be reversed for holding in the right or left hand. The handle measures 5 inches long and is curved for a comfortable grip. Caregivers for users who have had a stroke, Parkinsons, or have difficulty gripping a standard spoon may find the Hole-In-One Teaspoon easier to hold.
Hole in One Teaspoon Instructions
Hole-in-One Teaspoon Specifications: