An easy-to-use can opener is a valuable kitchen tool. For arthritis patients who have hand pain, hand deformity, or weak grip strength -- opening cans is much more difficult than it should be. A good can opener is a must-have for arthritis patients. What do I mean by a "good can opener"? It's a can opener that is lightweight, durable, easy-to-use, and if it is designed for hands-free operation -- well, that's the frosting on the cake.
Cordless can opener. Versatile -- opens cans anywhere. Your choice of where to store -- in the mountable base, in a drawer, or on the counter. Walks around can and shuts off automatically.
Sharp lid edges are a thing of the past. Opens pop top and regular cans. Easy-touch opening lever. Sleek design. Positive Pricegrabber review from someone with arthritis.
Opens the most stubborn cans and leaves no sharp edges. Lids do not drop into can. It's a can opener with a touchless system that keeps hands off of lids.
Easy-grip can opener from Hamilton Beach/Proctor-Silex opens any size can using only one hand. Just attach it to your can - it walks, cuts, then shuts itself off automatically. Plugs in for overnight recharging. Stores in your drawer.
As Seen on TV. Place the can opener on top of the can, press button once and can is opened, with no sharp edges. Takes only seconds and works on all cans.