Ergonomic Knife 'Relieve' Angled Regular or Short
Ideal lightweight knives with ergonomic handle
Relieve knives are designed for people with impaired hand and arm strength. They provide a good working position for the hand and make effective use of its power.
The handle is ergonomically designed and the blade has a sharp edge, making it easy to cut with little effort.
The Relieve Angled Knife is part of the Etac range of angled knives which have been designed to help users with weakened or stiff joints. The knife's angled handle means that the hand and wrist joints are not placed under pressure, creating a natural angle for easy and painfree use. This natural angle of use combined with the chunky, easy to grip handle, not only makes use of the knife easier and painfree, but also allows even those, with the weakest of grips, to apply more pressure and use the knife to cut quickly, easily and with more control.
Small Angled Blade Knife 90mm 40-2102
Regular Angled Blade Knife 100mm 40-2101
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