Mother's 3rd Arm

Designed to enable children with or without special needs, Mother’s 3rd Arm independently helps children to reach bottles, cups, toys and more. The soft flexible arm can be attached to both flat and round surfaces via the sturdy clamp, which opens to nearly 4” (10cm). Once attached the colorful, non-toxic foam arm can be bent a full 360 degrees in any direction to place the insulated holder in the desired location. The holder utilizes a Velcro strap to accommodate different size cups and attaches safely to strollers, car seats, play yards, tables and other surfaces. Latex free. Mother’s 3rd Arm has been found not only useful for young children but has been proven to be irreplaceable when it comes to hydration for disabled individuals.
Patent Number: 5,823.486
Invention Status: Patented

Keywords: Mother's 3rd Arm
Apr 1, 2008
by Anonymous

Mothers Third Arm

I know the little girl on the cover. She is so cute. Anyways, Mothers Third Arm is such a helpful thing. You won't find anything like it. It's amazing!!

Jan 20, 2009
by Anonymous

Mother's Third Arm

Mother's Third Arm was been a real blessing for my mother who was injured severely in a fall back in December 2008. It has been great for her to use at the hospital or rehab center for keeping her hydrated throught the day and night. Before receiving this product, I could not find usefull products for the disabled. I would recommend this product for all healthcare industries who serve and help the disabled or anyone who needs assistance .
Cindy Conn, CMA, AAMA

Dec 1, 2009
by Anonymous

Love the new design!

I just bought my 2nd Mothers3rdarm for my mother and I love the new design. They really upgraded from the foam and kids colors. I always liked the product but with those colors it really felt wrong to give it to my mother to use. The new design is much classier and easier to use. They got rid of the annoying copper wire and redid the way the arm works with the new cloth covers it looks so much nicer. I know it seems foolish to be so happy about it but it makes a big difference to my mother.

Jan 31, 2012
by Anonymous

Third arm?

Children like to play with things, they espacially like to shake and pull on colorfull objects. So why would you put anything this "Third Arm" that you dont want thrown all about the floor. Here is a tip, why dont you just invent a third pocket.