I have puny hands. No matter what I do, I don't have the hand strength to open jars. The kids often bring jars to me to open, but I struggle. I always manage, but it is never an easy task. Luckily my oldest is now getting big enough and has gained enough strength in his hands to open things for us, but my youngest still turns to me most of the time. Without tools to help me open them, I would really have problems. I couldn't find my mason jar opener recently, so decided it was time to pick up a new one. In this set you get both the jar opener and a bottle cap opener. Both are in orange and black and are thick and substantial to hold on to, so no worries about not being able to grasp them. They have ridges and texture as well as more ergonomic shaping to help with grip, too. The jar opener itself has three different sizes on it. The shape has a lip on the top with a recess under that which allows you to easily grip a lid without it slipping off the top while you are trying to open the jar. The three different sizes allow you to open all sizes of jars - jelly jars, sauce jars, wide mouth jars... The bottle opener has your typical design to pop those non-twist tops, as well as some prong like ends to help you pry things up. Overall, these work great for opening bottles and jars. They are perfect for those who have grip problems like me, or who suffer from arthritis. #RankBoosterReview #sponsored #yohold #jaropener #canopener #opener #masonjaropener #masonjar #lidremover #bottleopener #bottlecapremover
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