One touch jar opener

one touch can opener

Struggle to open jars ?

Many older people struggle to open jars as arthritic hands and general loss of strength take their toll. Maybe you care for someone who has had a Stroke and has lost the use of one hand.

Until recently the solution has been in the form of a rubber cap device that was placed on top and gave additional grip. Now the makers of the one touch can opener have brought out the one touch jar opener. This allows an elderly person to open a jar with ease and independence.

This is what customers feel about the one touch can opener

“I bought this opener for my mother whose arthritis often means opening jars is rather problematic. It’s not been a disappointment! It takes a little while to go through the process of clamping onto the jar lid, twisting it and then releasing but it has worked every time. The novelty value is such that my mother has taken to demonstrating how good it is to anyone who visits, even if the jar doesn’t need opening! An excellent product and certainly one to recommend for anyone with dexterity issues or those who find the strength to open a jar perhaps too much.”

“The Culinare One touch jar opener is a must have. Works very well. Recommended for all those who are losing their grip !”

“My mother in law cannot open any type of bottle or jar with her very bad hands and fingers. This product even works on small plastic water bottles.Invaluable!!!”

Here is a brief and comical video showing how this handy item works.

http://youtu.be/AJ36mJJ5EqE

The one touch jar opener is also useful for anyone who has had a fall and has a fractured wrist or arm.

Costing from £7.00, no kitchen should be without one.

Caron

Award-winning blogger and care columnist for Devon Life magazine, Caron also campaigns for recognition of the needs elderly people and their carers. Designer and creator of the award-winning Dementia Assistance Cards which are free to all, and helping thousands of people globally Caron is passionate and committed to making a difference

2 Comments

  1. Hello Philip, you can order them on line via Amazon. I have to admit though that since this post I find the Kenwood can opener easier although it does need two hands. Here is a direct link to it on Amazon. If you are able to use the link on the right hand side of Caron Cares then I get a 5% fee at no extra cost to yourself and it goes to charity.

  2. How do we order one of these jar openers?

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