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Screw-on Earring Aid


TOM @ Uni




Fiona would like a device to assist her in putting on screw-back earrings. The device should allow her to put on and take off her earrings independently with one hand.


Easy Earnie serves as an additional hand for Fiona, holding the earring in position while she uses her unaffected hand to apply the screw-on backing. The device is suitable for people with reduced fine motor skills or limited range of movement in the upper body.

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