10 Cool Gadgets To Assist People With Arthritis & Hand Pain

Arthritis Helper #8.   Gas Cap Tool

Oh, who would not love something that would make it a breeze to open your gas tank?  Talk about wrist injuries!  This Gas Cap Tool fits over any gas cap and makes it easier to make that twist.  The tool is also designed to protect you from gas fumes and splashback. 

 

 

Arthritis Helper #9.  Rotato Express Auto-Peeler

Save hand strain with this Rotato Express Electric Peeler that gives you no excuse to avoid healthy eating.  Peel carrots, potatoes, apples, eggplant, and more at a push of a button. It doesn't work for every vegetable but for the ones it works for, it works great.  Really this is a must for any kitchen.

 

 

 

Arthritis Helper #10. The More Magnets The Merrier Magnetic Necklace Clasp Set

No, the Bracelet Buddy, above, will not work for your necklace unless someone else fastens it for you.  But there's no need to ask someone else; fasten your necklace with these gold and silver tone attachable Magnetic Necklace Clasps.  You get a set of 10 in each order.  And yes, I guess these would work for bracelets as well!

 

 

 


Valentine's Day is coming up soon.  Why not make life a little more fun and pain-free for someone you love?

 

Keeping you posted...

SEE ALSO:
10 Best Low Budget Gift Ideas For People With Back Pain

8 Handy Gadgets For Those With Hearing Loss Or Are Hard of Hearing

Updated and revised from article published October 2010.

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Comments
Oct 23, 2011
by Anonymous

Cool gadgets

Nice one.These are very creative cool handy gadgets.It look so stylish and light weighted. These gadgets are really helpful for household purpose. I think most of the people love to buy these cool handy gadgets.

Dec 29, 2011
by Anonymous

Bracelet help

I really need that bracelet help and Amazon says they don't think it'll ever be in stock again!

Mar 22, 2012
by Anonymous

Hi, I have seen nude

Hi, I have seen nude colored fingerless gloves that come down over the wrist to use for crocheting when you have artheritis in your wrist. but I can't find them anywhere to order. do you have a clue where I could order or buy these for crocheting. Teddy Elwell