The 20 Worst Products for Left-Handed People
Lefties learn pretty early in life that they have to conform to using products designed for righties, but these are the worst!
The bane of every lefties existence growing up in grade school, the old spiral notebook has rarely been a friend to a left-handed person. If you’ve got school-aged kids, now’s the time to start getting the house organized. Here’s what to do.
Measuring tapes can be hard to read for lefties but there are left-handed measuring tapes available. See how to retrieve a tool by making a magnetized tool measure.
Since most people write left to right on a piece of paper, the ink from a ballpoint pen can wreak havoc for a lefty, leaving a smeared mess of scribbles on the page.
You can’t really turn a can opener upside down and expect it to work, so lefties are left to their own devices when it comes to opening cans. Either get a left-handed can opener or find a righty. Check out the real reason some people are left-handed.
With the number pad on the right-hand side entering numbers means either using your right hand, moving the keyboard over to your left hand or trying to use the row of numbers at the top of the keyboard. If your wrists need a resting spot in front of the keyboard, try out this awesome hack.
Knives are serrated for right-handed people and make it a pain for lefties because they are serrated on the wrong side for lefties. Learn the 5 myths about left-handed people we need to stop believing.