Jar Opener - Easily Open the Jar with A Simple Twist
Still struggling to open those stubborn lids? Well, you’ve got a better option. This Jar Opener is designed exactly for those who always need help when opening jars. Even a healthy hand can sometimes have trouble opening a jar lid, not to mention those with weak or arthritic hands. If you are looking for a sweet gift for someone with weak or arthritic hands, this could be a perfect choice!
Hard to Open Stubborn Lids? Try This One!
Perfect Tool to Open Jars and Bottles
Easily Open the Jar with A Simple Twist This jar opener allows you to easily open most small water bottles and wide mouth mason jars. It uses a ratchet-type mechanism to grip a jar or bottle lid. It grips the jar lid tightly as you turn the handle counterclockwise and loosens the lid as you turn the handle clockwise.
Here's How It Works:
Step 1 Adjust the clamp to its maximum length.
Step 2 Place the jar opener on the lid.
Step 3 Turn the handle anticlockwise until the steel teeth grab the lid tightly.
Step 4 Hold the jar with one hand while anticlockwise twisting the handle with another hand.
It weighs 4.4 ounces and it's easy to bring it anywhere when you have a picnic or an outdoor party. Easy to store in the kitchen shelf without taking up too much space.
Ergonomically Designed Handle
The hard plastic handle is ergonomic and fits most hands. The handle is 3.6" length and 0.9" diameter
Q. How large a lid will this actually work with?
A. Kichwit jar opener is suitable for jars and bottles with lids between 1"
and 3.9" in diameter, so it works great for small and medium lids.
Q. Does it work for plastic lids?
A. Yes, of course. It works for jars and bottles that have a twist style
cap or lid, no matter if the lids are made of metal or plastic.
Q. Does it work for arthritic hands?
A. Yes, it is a very useful tool for arthritic hands. However, if your both hands have very severe arthritis, this may not work for you. It is a manual jar opener that needs both hands. When you use this jar opener, you need one hand to twist the handle and the other hand to hold the jar steadily.