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Picture of JAR OPENING GLOVES The Jar Opening Gloves are grasping aids for the hands designed to facilitate opening jar lids for individuals with grasping disabilities, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or wrist pain. These knit gloves have rubberized raised nubs on the fingers and palms that help users to tightly grip any size jar with ease. When purchased as a pair, these gloves allow the user to use one hand to grip the jar in position and the other to twist the jar lid open without having to apply excessive pressure to the hand and wrist. The gloves are machine washable. SIZE: One size fits all.

Notes: Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price.

Price: 4.99 .

This product record was updated on November 2, 2012.

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Walter Drake Inc.

P.O. Box 3680
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54903-3680
United States
Telephone: 800-525-9291.
TT: 920-231-5506.
Fax: 888-252- 8462.

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