Universal Cuff

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Ableware Universal Cuff
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4.5/5 Stars
(8 ratings)
         
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Universal Cuff Reviews Summary
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Average Rating
8 reviews
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7 out of 8 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Comfortable (2)
Easy to Use (2)
Convenient (2)
Stays in Place (2)
Can Withstand Use (1)
Top Cons

Uncomfortable (1)
Slot not large enough (1)
Difficult to Use (1)
Stiff (1)
NONE (1)
Top Best Uses

Home (2)
Travel (2)
Long Trips (1)
Short Trips (1)
Daily Use (1)
3-4 of 8 reviews
I would buy this product again.

Pros:
Can Withstand Use. Easy to Use. Convenient. Stays in Place.
Cons:
NONE.
Best Uses:
Home. Long Trips. Short Trips. Travel. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Total Permanent/Disabled.

A simple and efficient product. Very useful on a daily basis.

by from Nevada
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
many uses

Pros:
Easy to Use.
Cons:
Wear's out quicly.
Best Uses:
Home. Long Trips. Short Trips. Travel. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Total Permanent/Disabled.

eating, but bring your silverwear, most restraunts don't fit!

by from Reno, NV
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3-7 of 8 reviews

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Does the adult universal cuff come in small, medium and large, or just one size?
Asked on Sep 17, 2014 1:28:07 PM by Timothy325 from Florida
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Do you have to adjust the size to fit your hand for every time you use it? I have a universal cuff that comes in sizes that has an elastic cloth band on the back side. It seems to work well for me; but, I can't find it in these selections anymore. I'm a functional quad and have to be able to side it on myself. Would this type cuff work just as well for me? Thanks for your comments.
Asked on Jun 16, 2011 8:49:09 PM by AL from N.C.
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I am a quadruple amputee who uses the cuff on my lower arm rather than a hand. It is a useful tool, I do snug it up and release it each time. I size down to the pediatric size.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 7:45:32 PM by Carol  from Lodi CA
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I'm a quad as well and like this better than the elastic ones. It has a D ring on it the I can either pull with my finger or with my teeth to velcro it in place. I use it with the utensil in the palm of my hand, not on the back on my hand as pictured.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 9:15:01 AM by Mike  from SC
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I'm a quad as well I don't use this cuff for eating I use it to hold my tooth brush and it works great the velcro makes it very snug so it doesn't in hand. I also use it in my palm not the back of my hand. You say your a functional quad have you tried OXO Good Grips Utensils for eating this is what I use.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 12:12:20 PM by 4Wheelin  from Milford, CT
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I'm also a quadriplegic. I like this one better since I can pull the D ring with my teeth and get the Velcro nice and snug around my palm. I use it to hold my toothbrush and also a pencil with the eraser end sticking out. The pencil substitutes for my finger and I use it to press all types of buttons (telephone, elevator, keyboard etc.). I use the eraser to turn pages when I'm reading a book or magazine. For eating I use the vertical palm utensils which I believe are made by Patterson Medical but are available from several medical supply distributors. I find the vertical palm utensils to fit much more securely and position the utensil in a much more efficient position. I bought this universal cuff to hold a capacitive stylus after my wife bought me an iPad.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 4:40:38 PM by BigBearJoe  from Bothell, Washington
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I am also a quadriplegic 24 years post, I use the Universal Cuff for brushing my teeth and I have to adjust each time. Works great for me.
Answered on Jun 30, 2013 4:57:13 PM by cquad7  from Salem, Ore.
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Part Number(s): 099 0016, 099 0017

Mfg Part Number(s): 73617701, 73617700

Scrip Part Number(s): 099 0017, 099 0016


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