Using Cliphangers To Handle Electronic Devices

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Written by
Brittany Déjean
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Written by
Brittany Déjean

"As a quadriplegic, sometimes I have trouble holding small items.” Paul, who does not have any finger mobility, has found a product that allows him to pick up some objects that he otherwise would struggle to grasp.

Cliphangers are small adhesive circles with a plastic hoop that leaves a space to hook Paul’s fingers in. He attaches it to the back of his cell phone, Kindle and other portable electronic devices and it makes it easier for him to hold and work with those objects.

See how he uses it:

Cliphangers have made a big difference in Paul’s ability to use his devices in everything from getting it out of his wheelchair bag to taking photos. If you think they might be helpful for you, buy them here (and choose the color you love):


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