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Stirex Pistol-Grip Ergonomic Handle
Two pictures side-by-side. The left one is a black handle that's like an upright T with a small foot on it. The pic on the right is an outline drawing of a person using the handle on perhaps a rasp to file something held in a vise.

Affixed to or replacing the handle of a variety of small hand tools (e.g., file/rasp; block sander; putty knife; paint brush/roller/stripper), the Stirex Pistol-Grip Ergonomic Handle is designed to provide more leverage than a standard handle, allowing one to apply greater force with markedly less effort. This is accomplished by its upright design that both places the wrist in an ergonomically correct position and minimizes compression on the palm and fingers.

Estimated Cost Cost range: See below

Limitations Limitations Addressed by Product: Upper extremity, Strength/endurance

SourceIntercodev Rehab, LLC (Distributor)
17 Woodbine Avenue
Stony Brook, NY, 11790
Est. Cost$20
Last updated: Apr 02, 2021

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