Image is a photograph of two bowls of tomato soup at either end of a clothed table. Next to the first bowl sits a S'Up Spoon with relatively little mess to the table cloth. Next to the second bowl sits a traditional soup spoon, with tomato soup spillage on the table clothImage is a photograph of the S'Up Spoon being used to scoop-up sweetcornImage is a photograph of a man holding a S'Up Spoon filled with sweetcorn, poised, ready to eatImage is a photograph of an older lady wearing a yellow jumper, holding a S'Up Spoon Mini filled with garden peasImage is a close-up photograph showing the internal channel where food is kept on a S'up SpoonImage is a photograph of two black standard-sized S'up Spoons on a white backgroundImage is a photograph of a black, standard-size S'up Spoon on a white backgroundImage is a photograph of the underside of the S'Up Spoon, imprinted with "Designed in Scotland"Image is a photograph of a black, standard-sized S'up Spoon lay on a white surface next to a red, S'up Spoon MiniImage is a photograph of a red, S'up Spoon MiniImage is a close-up photograph showing the internal channel of the S'up Spoon Mini in redImage is an illustration showing instructions on how to use the S'up Spoon. Text reads: "STEP 1 Scoop contents. STEP 2 Life spoon backwards. STEP 3 Bring to Lips. Step 4 Tip contents into mouth."Image is the S'up Products Ltd logo
Image is a photograph showing the S'up Spoon filled with milk and cereal, poised over a red bowl with cereal in it
Image is a photograph of two bowls of tomato soup at either end of a clothed table. Next to the first bowl sits a S'Up Spoon with relatively little mess to the table cloth. Next to the second bowl sits a traditional soup spoon, with tomato soup spillage on the table cloth
Image is a photograph of the S'Up Spoon being used to scoop-up sweetcorn
Image is a photograph of a man holding a S'Up Spoon filled with sweetcorn, poised, ready to eat
Image is a photograph of an older lady wearing a yellow jumper, holding a S'Up Spoon Mini filled with garden peas
Image is a close-up photograph showing the internal channel where food is kept on a S'up Spoon
Image is a photograph of two black standard-sized S'up Spoons on a white background
Image is a photograph of a black, standard-size S'up Spoon on a white background
Image is a photograph of the underside of the S'Up Spoon, imprinted with "Designed in Scotland"
Image is a photograph of a black, standard-sized S'up Spoon lay on a white surface next to a red, S'up Spoon Mini
Image is a photograph of a red, S'up Spoon Mini
Image is a close-up photograph showing the internal channel of the S'up Spoon Mini in red
Image is an illustration showing instructions on how to use the S'up Spoon. Text reads: "STEP 1 Scoop contents. STEP 2 Life spoon backwards. STEP 3 Bring to Lips. Step 4 Tip contents into mouth."
Image is the S'up Products Ltd logo

S’up Spoon – Assistive Steady Cutlery for Shaky Hands

£7.50£22.00 Excluding VAT

The S’up Spoon is a design innovation that allows you to dine with dignity – an ergonomic, easy-grip spoon that features an internal channel that stops food from spilling out over the edge whilst eating.

Traditional spoons require not only a steady hand, but also for you to use your teeth and lip to take food into your mouth – however with the S’up Spoon food can simply be tipped into your mouth – with anything from soup to cereal remaining secure inside the internal channel until you’re ready to tip and eat.

With over 4000 S’up Spoons already sold, many people with Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, and other conditions that cause shaky hands, have found the S’up Spoon provides a dignified alternative to normal spoons – giving you the independence to eat whatever you like, wherever you like!

S’up Spoon weights 25g, and the smaller version, S’up Mini, is available for children, and those who find dessert spoons too large.

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The S’up Spoon is a design innovation that allows you to dine with dignity – an ergonomic, easy-grip spoon that features an internal channel that stops food from spilling out over the edge whilst eating.

Traditional spoons require not only a steady hand, but also for you to use your teeth and lip to take food into your mouth – however with the S’up Spoon food can simply be tipped into your mouth – with anything from soup to cereal remaining secure inside the internal channel until you’re ready to tip and eat.

With over 4000 S’up Spoons already sold, many people with Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, and other conditions that cause shaky hands, have found the S’up Spoon provides a dignified alternative to normal spoons – giving you the independence to eat whatever you like, wherever you like!

As well as being the ideal assistive cutlery for those with essential tremors and shaking hands, the S’up Spoon works well for those with learning disabilities and fine motor skill issues, and is the perfect starter-spoon for toddlers learning to eat.

The lightweight, ergonomic design makes the S’up Spoon easy to handle and use, and is made from BPA-free, dishwasher safe materials.

S’up Spoon weights 25g, and the smaller version, S’up Mini, is available for children, and those who find dessert spoons too large.

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