Eat with confidence again

Liftware is a stabilizing handle and a selection of attachments that include a soup spoon, everyday spoon, and fork. Liftware is designed to help people with hand tremor eat more easily.

Adapts to your hand tremor

Liftware automatically stabilizes so the attached utensil shakes 70%* less than your hand. Worry less about spilling and focus on enjoying your meal.

* As shown in this peer-reviewed and published clinical study.

Easy to use

Liftware includes two parts: a stabilizing handle and a utensil attachment. Liftware automatically turns on the moment both parts are connected. Place Liftware face down to put it to sleep temporarily.

  • Pick it up
  • Start eating
  • Spill less

Use for any meal

Different Liftware utensil attachments can be used with the stabilizing handle including a soup spoon attachment, an everyday spoon attachment, and a fork attachment. Use Liftware to enjoy anything from soups and cereals, to salads and pastas.

  • Soup spoon
  • Everyday spoon
  • Fork

Bring it wherever you go

Place Liftware in its storage pouch, and bring it with you where you go. A full battery charge can last you through several meals, so you don’t always have to worry about bringing the charger along.

  • Home
  • Work
  • Restaurant

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  • Storage pouch
  • Soup spoon attachment
  • Stablizing handle
  • Charger

Liftware works best for mild to moderate tremors. Download and print out this test (PDF) to find out if Liftware is right for you.

To get started with Liftware, order the Liftware starter kit, which includes the stabilizing handle and a soup spoon attachment. Additional attachments are sold separately.

The Liftware starter kit ships for free to most locations within the US.
All orders include a 30-day money back guarantee.

Visit a local clinic

You can make arrangements to visit a local clinic in person to try out Liftware and see if it’s the right solution for you.

Please contact the site you’d like to visit in advance. Most sites require that you schedule an appointment, and may have costs associated with your visit.

Last updated: March 31, 2016