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The auxiliary tableware for the disabled
It is difficult for some disabled people who lost their hands when they have dinner. They often eat food by the help of their families or using their feet, which is inconvenient for them.
This bracelet is designed for the disabled people lost both hands. People only help the disabled to put on the bracelet, the disabled can let the bracelet fit the angle by swing their arm.
There is a magnet to fix tableware in the front of the bracelet. It could be convenient for the disabled to eat using a compatible spoon with degrees of 120.
The bracelet can meet different food types and cooking culture demand