A switch operated electric eating aid which consists of a small robotic arm attached to a spoon which can be controlled by the user to eat independently. The device is fully programmable to adapt to the needs of the user. The device is small and compact and easy to transport. Available in a single user and multi user option which allows 4 different user profiles to be stored.
Extra product information
• The robotic arm can be controlled with a one button switch or 5 button device for more control. An external joystick can also be used.
• Power input: 100-240V, 50-60 Hz
• Battery operation time: 4 hours
• Type of inlets: USB and 3.5mm phone plug
Bestic AB / Sweden
Contact supplier for details
- Bestic Eating Assitive Device - http://www.bestic.se/en/home/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Bestic Eating Aid : availalble in single or multi user option
- Width 220 mm (size during transportation)
- Weight Overall 2 kg
- Height 340 mm (size during transportation)
- Depth 200 mm (size during transportation)
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