An attachment device is glued to the handle of a Japanese chef’s knife in order to attach the knife to an orthosis that stabilizes the wrist. The orthosis consists of a cradle that sits around the wrist. An aluminum brace goes along the underside of the hand and is fitted with a metal loop for the small finger.
The user can place two types of knives on the orthosis.
The knife is stored in a stand in the kitchen drawer, so that the user can pick it up unaided (photo 4).
The user likes to cook. The knife makes it possible for him to cut vegetables, etc.
User’s home services staff
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This tip is from 2006