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Single Touch Opener


In the Kitchen 2 Single Touch INTEGRAL MAGNET 1 One Handed Tin Opener


Ideal for one handed use. Ergonomically shaped handle and integrated magnetic holder secures the opener to tin lid. Mains operated with simple on/off switch. Size 8½ x 3 x


4”. Power 25W. Weight 13.9oz. Code


M00882


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Spill Not Jar & Bottle Opener


Three different sized circular indents lined with a non-slip material. Simply place jar or bottle in the best fitting hole and it will be gripped. Leaves both hands free to twist the jar or bottle lid.


Suitable for a wide range of jars and bottles i.e.


1¾ - 4½” in diameter. Code


F17707 5


5 Price £20.99 RING PULL 6 Price £22.99


Bottle Opener


4 Magnetic 4


Auto Can Opener One touch battery operated can opener automatically opens tins without the need to manually turn therefore eliminating any wrist strain. Requires 2 AA batteries (not


included). Code


M10929 4 Price £17.99


4 Kenwood Power Pierce Tin Opener


Freestanding electric tin opener, requires little pressure to operate. Easy to use. Magnet holds lid safely after opening. Built in bottle opener and knife sharpener.


Removable blade for easy cleaning and non slip feet. Code


F28973 6


BABY BOA Price £26.85


£9.99 ONLY 6 Baby Boa Constrictor and Ring Pull 5 Ultimate Jar Opener


Helpful for people with limited hand or wrist movement. Will loosen or tighten most jars and bottles. Extended handle enables the user to gain more leverage.


Size 1 x 9¾ x 2". Code


M10539 Price £9.99


Baby Boa grips most objects of any shape or size. Slips over jar or bottle lids, taps or medicine bottles to loosen or tighten. Ring Pull slides underneath those tricky ring pulls on cans to help you open more easily. Baby Boa and Ring Pull sold separately. Code


Item


G69970 Baby Boa M20248 Ring Pull


Easy Ordering! See Back Cover for Details


Price


£7.49 £3.99


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