Tin can openers, jar openers and bottle openers. Essential Aids is proud to offer a wide range of clever opening devices for the kitchen. These items are useful for people with weak grip or limited range of motion. Many people with Arthritis in the hands or fingers find it challenging to grip and turn lids and openers. A large handled tin opener or one which automatically opens the can without requiring much strength from the user may be an important kitchen aid. Similarly, a bottle opener which grips caps may also be beneficial to some people. Essential Aids also supplies special jar openers which work in a similar way.
Tin can openers, jar openers and bottle openers. Essential Aids is proud to offer a wide range of clever opening devices for the kitchen. These items are useful for people with weak grip
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- Vat ExemptA tube squeezing device which helps get the most contents out with minimal effort.
- Vat ExemptPractical opener for all cans and tins with a ring-pull seal.
- Vat ExemptA multi-purpose device that aids in the opening of cans and bottles.
- Vat ExemptWith the patented 'Can Pop' it is easy to open cans of drink.
- Vat ExemptA practical device that allows for bottles to be opened with less strength required.
- Vat ExemptA useful aid for opening anything with a screw cap, as well as removing ring pulls.
- Vat ExemptDurable, easy to use device especially designed for opening ring-pull cans.
- Vat ExemptA handy tool that makes opening jars and bottles easier and possible with just one hand.
- Vat ExemptA multi-function opener to be used with a variety of jars and bottles.
- Vat ExemptFlexible rubber moulding for establishing a firm grip on bottle tops.
- Key shaped lever which takes the strain out of opening jars, simple and effective!
- Vat ExemptWith a ribbed interior and contoured exterior, this aid fits the hand and delivers more 'bite' on jar lids.
- Vat ExemptThis tin opener has oversized components which make it easy to use, even for those with a shaky grip.
- Vat ExemptThis simple but effective aid makes it easier to open jar lids.
- Vat ExemptThis clever device has a lip and rubber feet that secure it in place during use.
- Vat ExemptA useful tool that makes opening cans with ring pulls easier.
- Vat ExemptThese Jar openers provide a firm grip and hold for those stubborn lids.
- Vat ExemptThis great anti-slip bottle opener provides a secure gripping point.
- Vat ExemptOpens six types of seals and lids without fuss.
- This simple bottle opening aid helps establish a firm grip on a lid so that it can be turned more easily.
- Vat ExemptAttractive hypo-allergenic coasters which can also be used to assist with opening twist-top containers.
- No pressure is required to operate this can opener.
- Vat ExemptThis simple tool makes unscrewing jars and bottles much easier.
- Vat ExemptThis useful tool makes opening a range of tins and bottles much easier.
- Vat ExemptThis useful tool is suitable for opening jars and bottles.
- Vat ExemptA handy leverage tool that makes unscrewing jars much easier.
- A non-slip device that helps assist with opening jars and bottle lids.
- This kitchen aid makes opening tin lids extremely safe and easy.
- Vat ExemptTwo kitchen aids that hjelp with opening cans and bottle lids.
- Jar and bottle opener made for those with decreased grip or arthritis.
These devices help open a variety of food containers which may be too stiff to do so unaided.
For people with a weak grip, reduced strength or hand tremors, tools to open food and drink containers are invaluable daily living aids.
Yes, these devices work almost like a vice used for wood-work.
Made of plastic, they attach to the edge of the kitchen worktop.
They have an in-built wide clamp, into which a jar or can can be inserted.
The turnkey on the clamp can then be manually tightened, holding the jar or tin firmly in place.
An opener can then be used on the lid, with the body of the object held steady by the clamp.
Yes, because conventional metal can or tin openers often dig into the user’s hands, alternatives with broad grips are available.
These are much more comfortable to use, and are particularly appropriate for those with arthritis in the hands.
The turning mechanisms are smoother and require less finger and hand strength to operate.
The ‘Can Key’ is a simple plastic tool designed for just this task.
People with reduced strength in the fingers may have difficulty opening this type of seal.
The Can Key is a simple lever with a narrow end, small enough to initially lift the ring pull.
The shaft of the opener then provides extra leverage, allowing the user to prise open the tin.
Yes, there are numerous products designed to solve this problem.
Some come in the shape of soft plastic domes which have an aperture which fits the shape of the lid.
These provide a surface which is much easier to grip than the lid itself, making it easier to twist off.
Another popular design has similarities with a traditional nutcracker, with two hinged, plier-like levers and jaws which fit around the lid.
Once clamped on it, the long handles provide great leverage, making twisting the lid a much easier process.
For those with arthritis in the hands and fingers, sometimes even large-handled tin openers may be painful to use.
An alternative is an electric automatic can opener.
As the name suggests, this device opens tin cans without requiring any physical exertion.
Yes, there are multi-openers for just this purpose.
Like swiss-army knives, these have multiple components built-in to the same device.
They open cans, tins, bottles and numerous kinds of lids, so are a great space saver in the kitchen!