Key Turner Tool

by rhmorrison, published

Key Turner Tool by rhmorrison Dec 19, 2012
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A friend of mine has a handicapped friend that has almost no strength in his hands and it is very difficult for him to turn a key in a lock so this tool is to provide him the necessary leverage to be able to turn the key.

There is a new product from KeySmart that I think presents a better solution to the key problem for people that need assistance for turning their keys.



Print it and give it to someone who can use it.

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This could be useful for some of my older customers, as long as I can make them understand that they can't use too much torque, otherwise the key will break.

Jul 31, 2015 - Modified Jul 31, 2015

this is interesting, its like the key lever for wrench lovers.

What is a "rench lover"?

oops my bad... corrected

This is neat! I am an occupational therapy student, I was wondering, was a demo video ever made?

Not that I know of, I never met the individual that was given this tool.