Modified cup makes drinking easier for those with health problems
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Unfortunately, most everyday objects are not designed for those with mobility issues. However, we've already seen Elev8 provide bikes for less able riders, and now handSteady hopes to make it easier for those with tremors or dexterity problems to drink more easily. Developed by Chris Peacock, who experienced a family member struggling to use traditional cups after being diagnosed with a health condition, the handSteady features a handle that is able to twist independently of the mug itself. This allows users to tilt the cup to drink while holding the handle steady in an upright position, giving a more flexible…
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