Hole-In-One™ Fork

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For people with limited hand mobility the handles on these eating utensils provide several grasping positions.

Fingers can be inserted through the hollow center or wrapped around the outside. The eating utensils are stainless steel and are attached to the handle by a swivel screw that allows the utensil to fold back on the handle when not in use. Utensils may be reversed for right or left handed use. Easily fit into a pocket or purse for travellers.

The handle is 5¨ (12.7 cm) long with a string loop at the end. Utensils protrude 3 1/4¨ (8.3 cm) from the handle.

US Patent #5,737,951
Int’l. Patents Pending. Dimensions: 6″ x 3″ x 0.875″

Description

For people with limited hand mobility the handles on these eating utensils provide several grasping positions. Fingers can be inserted through the hollow center or wrapped around the outside. The eating utensils are stainless steel and are attached to the handle by a swivel screw that allows the utensil to fold back on the handle when not in use. Utensils may be reversed for right or left handed use. Easily fit into a pocket or purse for travellers. The handle is 5¨ (12.7 cm) long with a string loop at the end. Utensils protrude 3 1/4¨ (8.3 cm) from the handle. US Patent #5,737,951 Int’l. Patents Pending. Dimensions: 6″ x 3″ x 0.875″

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