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Melaware Adaptive Utensils
Melaware Adaptive Utensils

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Melaware Adaptive Utensils

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SKU ADL1001SC - On Backorder

Melaware Cutlery is designed to be the "easy to hold utensils". They feature special tapered and angulated handles to make gripping the cutlery as effortless as possible. The Melaware Cutlery utensils will fit comfortably in the hand of those with limited grasping ability.

The Melaware handle is a hard, dense plastic. The handles measure 1 inch diameter at the base and taper to 3/4 inch. Utensils measure 7 1/2 inches long, handle is 4 1/2 inches long.

The unusually shaped knife blade will cut with both slicing and rocking motions with minimum effort. The knife blade is not designed for cutting tough meat.

The spoons are angled for use with either the left or right hand and are ideal for persons with decreased wrist motion. The right angle spoon is designed to be held in the right hand, and the left angle spoon is for the left hand.   The spoons have a slight notch in the end of the bowl. 

The fork has three short, "v" shaped tines. 

These specialized utensils are dishwasher safe. Available as a set of three with either a left or a right angled spoon.

PLEASE NOTE: This set comes in two different colors; the spoon and knife
have blue handles and the fork has a brown handle.
For safe hygiene purposes, all eating utensils are non-returnable!

Please choose either right or left angled.

Please shop carefully, this item is non-returnable.

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