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Knobs are out — levers are in!

No more  twisting, gripping, or squeezing. A slight easy turn by a hand, arm, elbow, hip, or knee now opens a door.

Whether a small child, a tall adult, or wheelchair bound, no strength or dexterity is needed to operate by those with a hand or grip disability.

The comfortable, easy-to- grasp-and-turn twist lock  signals its 90-degree locked position to by both visual and tactile signals.

The unit's smooth slim profile and simple curved handle provides comfort, offers easy cleanability, and inhibits the snagging of clothes.

 

Lever Door Handle
Design by James J. Pirkl, FIDSA — Photo by Rodolphe Foucher

Shouldn't all hardware be designed with the same common-sense rationale found in this attractive transgenerational example?


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