People with arthritis often struggle with simple daily tasks, such as opening and closing a travel beverage container or coffee mug. In this video, rheumatoid arthritis patient and occupational therapist Cheryl Crow explains how she chose the best travel coffee mug for her condition. She explores the characteristics that affect how easy coffee mugs are to use, from their weight to how they open and close.
1) (Minute 0:06) – Introduction
2) (Minute 0:55) – #1 – Consider Weight
3) (Minute 1:44) – #2 – How does it open and close?
4) (Minute 3:36) – #3 – Is it easy to clean?
5) (Minute 4:17) – #4 – Can I change how I interact with it?
6) (Minute 5:56) – #5 – Conclusion
7) (Minute 6:38) – Blooper!
Cheryl’s favorite cup she uses on a daily basis is the Keep Cup. This video consists of her unbiased opinion and she has no relationship with the company Keep Cup. You can find the mug here: https://us.keepcup.com/shop/wave
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