Eyra Kitchen Utensils

Designer kitchen utensils for everyday use.

The Eyra utensils have been ergonomically designed by leading British industrial designer Sebastian Conran and are uniquely shaped. The angle of the utensils has been created to maintain a neutral wrist position and the size and shape of the handle are designed to be held with minimal grip strength. The utensils are a delight to own and use by people of all ages and abilities. The set includes a spoon, a slotted spoon, a spatula and a pasta grabber.

The material on the handle is over-moulded with a soft thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) so that, even when wet, they are secure in the hand with minimal grip. The tools can be attached to hooks via the loop at the end – or affixed magnetically to the accompanying rack for easier, less fiddly storage.

Designer utensils designed for comfort

  • Ergonomic handle for ease and comfort of use

  • Anti-slip material for good hand grip

  • Magnetic rack for storage

  • Beautifully designed by Sebastian Conran

  • Two colour choices: orange and aubergine

  • Dishwasher safe

How does it help?

The angle, shape and size of the handle of all the utensils accommodates many different grip types so it can be used by a wide variety of people. The Eyra Kitchen Utensils allow the wrist to maintain a neutral position, so each utensil can be held securely in different ways without the need for a lot of grip strength. The utensils are made from a comfortable, anti-slip material.


Brand Eyra
Dimensions 342mm x 80mm x 50mm
Material Handles: Polypropylene on the inside and over-molded with a soft thermoplastic elastomer (TPE); Heads: LFGB grade nylon; Hanging loop: Magnetic Stainless Steel
What's included? x1 pasta grabber, x1 spoon, x1 slotted spoon, x1 spatula; x1 a rack with four magnets
Origin Made in Hong Kong
Aubergine eyra set

Eyra Kitchen Utensils - Orange

£48.00 inc. VAT

Designer kitchen utensils for everyday use.


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