If you’re looking for a better drinking aid, then handSteady could be the product for you.
Designed by Royal College of Art graduate Chris Peacock, handSteady is the ideal drinking aid for the disabled and a superb drinking aid for the elderly.
Unlike anything seen before, the handSteady drinking aid has a rotatable handle. This makes the drinking aid stay upright using gravity, tilts easily and keeps stable.
The drinking aid tilts easily. One way is to hold the handle with hand and use the mouth to pivot the drinking aid. The other way is to take the weight of the drinking aid with one hand and use the other to tilt it.
This unique drinking aid is designed to restore the ability individuals with conditions that reduce function in the upper limb due to general deterioration from aging, Arthritis, Stroke, Dysphagia, Parkinson’s Disease, Post-Polio Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Motor Neurone Disease, Traumatic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Young Onset Stroke, Muscular Dystrophy, Dystonia, Essential Tremor and Huntingdon Disease.
handSteady is light weight, dishwasher safe, colour matched to bone china, looks normal, comes with a recessed lid. Learn more at www.handSteady.com.