This is a handle which is designed to clip onto an Alcatel 1066 Mobile Phone to aid grip. It is for those with weaker hands and/or limited mobility, and means that if grip is lost, the phone remains in the hand rather than dropping.

There are two versions of the handle. The first is rigid and can easily be removed when the phone is stored in a bag or pocket. The second is collapsible, so there is no need to remove it for storage.

Links to download the free 3D design files can be found at the end of this article together with options to order a 3D print and/or design modification from us.

These images show the rigid handle being used…

The handle has been designed in 2 parts. The clip slides easily onto the phone, then the handle simply clicks in place and holds them all together. The handle can easily be detached when the phone it stored in a pocket or bag. The collapsible handle can be left attached to the phone (there is more information about this at the bottom of this article).

For further guidance on assembly and use, please see this short video…

To download the file(s) for the Alcatel 1066 clip and rigid handle, please click here.

If you’d like to learn more about ordering a print or requesting a design modification, please see our 3D Design and 3D Printing services page.

You may also wish to view more grip aid designs in our library.

Collapsible Handle

The articulated connector collapsible handle can be downloaded from here. It is compatible with the clip for the Alcatel 1066 and many other of our own ENABL3D.ME accessibility aids.

You can print as many links as needed and add/remove links as necessary in order to make the handle the perfect fit (as seen in this video). If you don’t own a 3D printer, we can 3D print these for you.

The images below show the links joined to a connector clip (and also in use on a BT 2000 DECT Phone Accessibility Handle).

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