The Pencil Grip Jumbo Grip, Assorted Colors
The Pencil Grip Jumbo Grip
- 40% larger than The Pencil Grip
- The only grip that supports up to the second knuckle
- Designed for Adults & Children, Righties & Lefties
- Arthritis Foundation recommended as “easy” and “comfortable”
Why Choose The JUMBO Grip?
The JUMBO Grip helps improve comfort, control, and the quality of handwriting. It uses the proven design of The Pencil Grip and is 40% larger. The large size of the grip means it provides more support, up to the second knuckle. Unlike other large pencil grips, The JUMBO Grip feels natural because of its ergonomic design and soft, flexible, latex-free material. The unique shape gently encourages the fingers and hand to rest in the proper position for gripping – The Tripod Grip.
Helps Hands and Improves Handwriting
The JUMBO Grip was designed by a doctor and is widely used in classrooms, at home, and in therapeutic settings. The unique shape is designed to be “one size fits all” to help the hands of kids and adults, and work for both righties and lefties. The JUMBO Grip can be used as a training tool, or used permanently for added support. The JUMBO Grip fits on pencils, primary pencils, pens, crayons, markers, paint brushes, etc. , so its benefits can be widely enjoyed.
The JUMBO Grip reduces the effects of hand health issues on daily living and improves quality of life. The JUMBO Grip is widely used by the millions of Americans diagnosed with hand health issues like Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tremors, and a general lack of strength. The large size of The JUMBO Grip does not require a closed hand to hold. This is of great benefit to adults who have decreased hand strength, dexterity, and trouble clenching.
Improve Handwriting for Kids
A comfortable hand allows for fuller cognition, has more control, and shows improved handwriting. The JUMBO Grip guides and gently holds the hand into an ergonomic position. Since The JUMBO Grip is larger than other pencil grips, it has added benefits for kids still developing their early fine motor skills. A larger grip can be easier for a smaller hand to hold, since it requires less precise muscle control.
How to Use
Slide the wider end of the grip on first. Righties and Lefties simply place their thumb on the “R” or the “L” printed on the grip. Fingers will naturally fall into place with the middle finger on the underside of the grip. The images on the left show proper positioning.