Easy-Up is excellent for use in the kitchen as well as any other situation where you may need a helping hand for fixating a product, for instance in the bathroom or on the bedside table.
With an Easy-Up you are able to open food containers, cook, and apply makeup even if previously this has been difficult or impossible for you to do. The ability to take care of oneself is a freedom that many people take for granted but which can have an immense effect on one’s joy of life.
Battery-powered or Rechargable?
The biggest difference between the variants is whether they are rechargable or use a 9V battery. The battery-powered versions utilise a 9V battary which can be easily replaced. The rechargable versions come with a fully charged built-in battery and a charger. The built-in battery can power your Easy-Up for 1.5 hours, though typically, the unit will only be in use for a few minutes at a time. You can use the Easy-Up while it is charging, thus, even if it does run out of power during cooking you can easily plug in the charger and carry on cooking.
If you plan on making the Easy-Up a permanent part of your daily-life HandiGood reccomends the rechargable version. The battery-powered version can be more suitable if you only plan on using the Easy-Up once in a while.
Invented and Manufactured in Denmark
Easy-Up in produced in Spøttrup, a small town in Central Jutland. The facilities have grown a bit since John Jensen invented the Easy-Up in his own workshop – today we have 42 people working in our factory and warehouse – but the desire to help people help themselves is still the same as before.
Weight: 415 g
Diameter: 160 mm
Height: 50 mm
Battery: 9V (6LR61) (included) OR built-in rechargable battery