Left Handed Products

We have been providing specially designed left handed items to make life a bit easier for lefthanders since 1967. Us left handers are pretty adaptable and can find ways to make standard right handed tools work for us, but why should you have to do that and put up with the resulting discomfort and poor performance?

  • Why make things so left-handers can’t use them?
  • Why should children have to compromise and adapt?
  • Have you had enough of this?

Discover the real benefits of proper left-handed products – be a proud left-hander and show how you can perform!
Treat yourself to the properly designed left-handed versions of your everyday implements and feel the difference for yourself, or do a fellow left-hander a favour with a left handed gift they will appreciate.

Spot the difference - left-handed scissors Spot the difference - left-handed knives
Spot the difference - left-handed peelers Spot the difference - left-handed rulers


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9 comments on “Left Handed Products
  1. Charlaine Martin says:

    Adaptation isn’t necessarily bad. It helps us succeed in sports, music, and some everyday tasks. However, using right-handed scissors and vegetable peelers damages the tool while messing with what we make.

  2. Gwyneth says:

    Im so confused. I do write with my left-hand BUT i do every single thing with my right hand. Such as peeling, moving the mouse, playing badminton and so on. I think its bcs i live with a right-handers surroundings and i feel like i just betraying the left-handed society. When i tried to peel with my left-hand, it was shaking and not strong enough than my right-hand. How to change my habit so i could be called as a fully left-handers?

    • Mark says:

      It’s not that your hand lacks strength, it lacks dexterity. I’m a lefty but while my left hand is for delicate tasks, my right hand is stronger but lacks the fine motor control that my left hand has from being used more often.

    • C. Salmon Bohon says:

      You know, sometimes there is no rhyme or reason for the ‘degree’ of our left handedness. I think your right @ being used to living/learning to navigate in a righthanded world. I’m one of four siblings (3girls/1brother), the three of us girls are all left handed of varying degrees. One sister is remarkably ambidextrous. None of us write w/our hand twisted, though the paper must be turned 90°. I’ve taken a “test/survey” on this website, the overall tally had me labeled “severely left handed🤔😏”. Not sure if its a good thing, severely? But, its accurate I’m fairly athletic, picking up sports easily. The only exception was golf. I’m not sure why, but its the only activity I could not do left handed, period. I’ve often joked, that I couldn’t pick my nose right handed!

      • Ray Thompson says:

        Try playing golf right handed, I’m lefty at everything but golf, my dad handed me a right handed club, I’ve found the left arm needs to be the dominant arm in the golf swing so swinging from the right side is really left arm dominant.

    • Colin Houlder says:

      I use everything with my left hand except for scissors. I grew up with right hand scissors and automatically used my right hand to cut with them. I cannot use left hand scissors with my left hand. I struggle with knives and other tools. I can use them but work very slowly and awkwardly.

  3. Yvonne Reed says:

    I was disappointed to buy a Tangle Teezer hairbrush recently, only to discover that its design fits snugly into the right hand only…as a leftie, I struggle to hold it comfortably. Who on earth let this design pass at blueprint level?!

  4. Michael Smith says:

    When a righty sits down at the table they put a newspaper in front of them and coffe to the right. The news paper is turned from left to right. When we lefties do the same, newspaper in front, coffee left, open the paper, whers the coffee!

    • Lloyd says:

      I know huh. All 3 of my wives were righties. They all hung up my clothes facing the,wrong way .
      And at restaurants as the waiter leaves I have to move the glass, napkin and siverware to the left.

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