Easy-grip knife

Sharp knives and a steady grasp around the knife facilitate cooking for persons with impaired hand function

User cuts on a wooden cutting board
User cuts on a wooden cutting board

Description
The user holds the knife between index and long fingers. The blade has an integrated finger stop.

Users comments
The user prefers knives with integrated finger stop to avoid injury if he should drop the grip.

Whose idea
The user

This tip is from 2008

User cuts on a plastic cutting board
User cuts on a plastic cutting board

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Tipsare: Tomas

Tomas lives in an apartment together with his partner. He works part time as a photographer. He was injured in 1983 and has a low tetraplegia. He has home help one hour a day.