Problems with hand blenders

Hi all!

I am currently a final year Industrial Design student looking to possible redesign recommendations for hand blenders so they can be better adapted for people with Parkinson's.

I would love to hear people's thoughts and opinions on what is good and bad in the current market and what could be improved such as shape, materials, position of buttons, whether buttons are the best solution etc.

All information will be anonymous and will assist towards the final recommendations.

Many thanks for your time



hand blenders? not , i think a major problem. no socks and shoes and buttons and wallets/purses - turn your creativity towards those dastardly objects and a thousand voices will sing your praise.

id be one of them! turnip buttons ----ing buttons

I really don’t think there is much problem in using hand blenders as it gives you much exposure to you how much you want to blend your thing. Yeah, firstly it is a little bit difficult to use but gradually you will get used to it.