Easi-Grip garden tools launched

Essex-based family business, PETA UK, has announced the launch of a new range of ergonomically designed  Easi-Grip garden tools.

Benefiting from a recent design make-over, the tools are brighter, funkier and more comfortable to hold. The range includes a stainless steel trowel, fork, cultivator and weeder which all have an ergonomically angled handle to keep the hand and wrist in a natural, stress-free position. The design of the fork has also been changed to increase durability.

All tools are compatible with the Arm Support Cuff which uses the strength of the forearm, being even easier on the hand and wrist. Additionally, the tools can also be helpful with gardeners with dementia as it is a physical reminder of the task at hand.

Managing Director, Genny Crockett, said: "Our  Easi-Grip garden tools have proved to be consistently popular with our customers, however, we wanted to bring the handle design into line with our  Easi-Grip knife range which has a curvier, more ergonomic shape which fits more naturally in the hand. In addition, by making vibrant yellow the dominant colour, the tools are easier to find in the garden. These design changes make the tools even better for gardeners with a weak grip or who are visually impaired."

Easi-Grip garden tools are available from peta-uk.com at £14.95 each or £49.95 for the set of 4.

Peta also offers  Easi-Grip kitchen, nailcare and scissor ranges, all designed for those with grip difficulties often encountered by those with Arthritis, CTS, Parkinsons, Stroke, MS or other conditions affecting hand function.

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