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    • #270861

      For those with arthritis in hands & wrists, I found the perfect can opener. It’s not electric. Instead of the knob that you have to twist, it has a lever that you push back & forth.

      It cost $15.00 but is worth every penny. I can now open cans without any pain in my hands.

    • #415735

      Janice,

      I found the perfect can opener. It’s not electric. Instead of the knob that you have to twist, it has a lever that you push back & forth.

      It cost $15.00

      What is the name brand & where did you find this at ? Could surely use something like this when the power is out. Thanks.

    • #415738

      JoAnn – I think it was an easy comforts catalog. the brand name is “progressive”. i get so many cataloges for handicapped & disabled.

      i’ve been looking for the catalog ever since i posted this. just knew i would need it and was so sure i had it. of course i can’t find it.

      will let you know if i do.

    • #415739

      ok – had a light bulb moment – receipt. it was easy comforts and item #305010. Also got one shaped like a question mark for opening cans with a pull tab – not Coke cans but like cans of Spam, etc.

      I would fight anyone who tried to take them away from me.

    • #415759

      Thanks Janice–This is very helpful.

    • #415763

      You’re welcome, JoAnn. Let me know, if you get one, how you like it. By the way, the item # for the pull top opener is #311503.

    • #415861

      ty ty ty janice,
      man it is hard to try an open something without your middle and ring fingers lol

    • #415886

      Thanks for the information on the can opener Janice. I don’t use electric ones either, because of the power outages. I’ll be checking into this as well, thanks.

    • #416011

      Just rec’d email from Easy Comforts – can opener is on sale for $9.99 plus $2.50 shipping.

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