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3 Dyna Fork


Designed for one handed eating, this fork has an extra wide prong which is sharpened to enable the fork to be used for cutting. Dishwasher safe.


Length 8”. Code


F18232 F17872


4 ADJUSTABLE ANGLE 1 Good Grips® Cutlery


Large cushioned handles with soft flexible ribbing at the top. Comfortable to hold even when wet. Adaptable to any grip. Forks and spoons have a special twist in the shaft allowing them to be adjusted to any angle to suit


your needs. Dishwasher safe. Code


Item F22193 Teaspoon


F22209 Youth Spoon 7" F22211 Tablespoon 7¾" F22235 Fork


8"


F22223 Rocker Knife 8" 2


Length Weight (Exc. VAT) 7¼"


2½oz 2¾oz 2¾oz 2oz 3oz


Price


£8.33 £9.99 £8.33 £9.99 £8.33 £9.99 £8.33 £9.99 £9.16 £10.99


2-IN-1 FORK & KNIFE 4 Knork® Fork


For left or right one-handed use. Stainless steel fork with a wide, rounded and beveled outer edge that will cut food like a knife, without being sharp. Slices through


food by means of a rocking motion. Code


L99740 5 Nelson Knife PLASTIC COATED 2 Good Grips® Coated Cutlery


Built up handles that are easy to hold. Plastisol coating protects teeth and lips. Not recommended for those with heavy biting reflexes and limited co-ordination.


Hand wash. Code


H89021 H89045 H89033


46 Item


Coated Youth Spoon Coated Teaspoon Coated Tablespoon


Price


£11.99 £11.99 £11.99


The unique Nelson Knife features a curved blade that allows a rocking action to cut food. Pronged end can be used as a fork. Dishwasher safe. Handle Length 4”. Weight 2oz. Plate not included.


Code F17689


£14.99 ONLY


Helpful, Informative Customer Service


(Exc. VAT) £12.49


Price £11.99


£11.99 ONLY


Item


Left Handed Right Handed


(Exc. VAT) £22.49 £22.49


Price


£26.99 £26.99


ROCKING ACTION CUTS FOOD


Price £14.99


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