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The Twistyopener is a particularly hand-friendly opener with strong leverage. It is surprising how easily you can open screw lids and caps of large and small jars, drinking cups, (water) bottles, dairy packs, tubes and very small bottles. Anything with diameters from 8.5 cm to 1.5 cm
The Twistyopener Combination
The Twistyopener combination consists of a holder and an opener. Suitable for all screw lids and caps. A very effective aid for people with rheumatism, osteoarthritis, MS, muscle disease, Parkinson's and similar disorders. The ideal solution for people with only one usable hand, or with very weak or painful hands.
"I am very happy with it. I can now be much more independent."
“I just want to say that I really like your invention. What a beautiful thing. And it works!”
“Now I can open and close my drinking cup myself at school!”
“That's handy. I loosened a nut with it for which I didn't have a good size wrench."
“I give it to my clients who have trouble opening lids.”
Do you suffer from weak or painful hands or can you use only one hand?
European steamed beech wood with PEFC quality mark, finished with linseed oil. Top quality European saddle leather, vegetable tanned. Steel screws protected against rust. Very solid and durable. compostable; zero waste.
Production takes place in sheltered workshops.
External dimensions of handle 40 x 18 x 170 mm. Total length (including the loops): approx. 270 mm.
“Thank you very much for the new attachment - the holder - to the Twistyopener. We have indeed mounted the piece under a shelf and after opening different types of jars, I can only confirm that it works excellently.”
“I think the Twistyopener is a very nice tool! The idea of the holder (for one-handed use) is a great addition! The design is very tasteful and beautiful, finally not something made of plastic! I haven't tried it with a client yet, only with friends and acquaintances and they really liked it too! All in all I think it's great.”
"It's going great with that holder."
“I received the Twistyopener today. How beautiful it is."