This 1996 photograph, is one of four PHIL images (see PHIL# 9118, 9119 and 9120), which depict the 'Good Grips�', larger, rubber-handled potato peeler with its smaller, all metal, hard edged cousin. The larger, softer, and more easily held peeler was designed with a greater degree of ergonomic user-friendliness in mind. It is able to comfortably fit a wider range of hand sizes with its softer, rubber handle. In this particular photograph, a woman's right hand is holding a rubber-handled peeler equipped with strategically-placed tactile bristles, illustrating how much easier it really is to grasp this kitchen implement than its all-metal counterpart.
CDC/ Richard Duncan, MRP, Sr. Proj. Mngr, North Carolina State University, The Center for Universal Design (CUD)
November 3, 2012