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"Our philosophy is to design for the way people really live, so it’s gratifying to know that these cabinets can meet the needs of people living with arthritis,” said Neil Lynch, executive vice president of marketing and strategic planning for MasterBrand Cabinets Inc., the parent company of Diamond Cabinets. “As with all of our products, we take special care to build accessibility, visibility and flexibility into our cabinets, making both organization – and everyday life – easier at home."
Diamond Logix cabinets are designed to make awkward arm movements, aching knee bends and the strain of hard-to-reach items a thing of the past. This is especially true of the products that have earned the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease-of-Use Commendation: the 36-inch SuperCabinet™; the Wall Easy Access Cabinet; the Segmented Super Susan; the Vanity Linen Closet for bathrooms; and an ingenious cabinet combination of the Two Drawer Base with Sliding Shelf, Pegged Dish Organizer and Pantry Top Unit.
Everything Within Reach
Gone are the days of bending or reaching for dry goods, small appliances or pots and pans. The Diamond Logix SuperCabinet is a revolutionary breakthrough in organization and ease-of-use, with large-capacity pullout shelves, convenient door storage and wire baskets that each hold up to 45 pounds. The cabinet doors open wide, giving a panoramic view of what’s inside. And its patented design can include adjustable wood shelves to meet any storage need – be it a mini-pantry, baking center or entertainment bar.
Everything Within Sight
With the Diamond Logix Wall Easy Access Cabinet, there‘s no need for those with arthritis to strain or contort just to grab a cooking staple. It features adjustable, recessed wood shelves about half the width of regular shelves and sturdy, wire door racks, to put more items front and center and within easy fingertip reach.
Everything Coming Your Way
The Diamond Logix Segmented Super Susan takes the typical Lazy Susan corner cabinet an innovative step further. Designed to offer maximum accessibility and visibility, it features pullout sections that are completely extendable, allowing products to move toward the user to eliminate the need to kneel or stretch. This cabinet is the ideal place to store food, cookware or plastic containers – wire rails keep it all secure.
The Diamond Logix Vanity Linen Closet provides convenient access to towels and bath supplies. With 15-inch-deep shelves, a fully extendable laundry basket and swing-out door racks, everything one could possibly want is in the line of sight. Whether it’s a big bottle of shampoo or small bar of soap, users can see – and grab – what’s needed. And the removable, cloth basket liner eases the trip from bath to laundry room.
Everything SimplifiedDiamond Logix has created the optimal easy-to-use cabinet system for people with arthritis. The Two Drawer Base with Sliding Shelf brings kitchen items toward the user, while a shallow top drawer keeps smaller goods visible and accessible. The Pegged Dish Organizer with removable pegboard insert and posts is a drawer that allows users to lift plates up instead of stretching overhead to bring plates down from an upper cabinet, or having to kneel to drag serving dishes out of a lower cabinet. And the Pantry Top Unit’s fully extendable rollout shelves magnify storage space while keeping everything in view at a reasonable height.
"We’re delighted to have Diamond Logix cabinets join our list of user-friendly products and packaging designed for people living with arthritis," said Mary Norman, group vice president, Strategic Marketing Alliances, Arthritis Foundation. "All of these products support our goal of helping individuals take control of arthritis to improve their quality of life."
The Arthritis Foundation developed the Ease-of-Use Commendation to encourage manufacturers to design user-friendly products and packaging that can be recommended to people living with arthritis. To earn the designation, products are evaluated by an independent team of scientists and testers. The testers, who have moderate-to-severe arthritis, use the products to assess their ease-of-use.
About the Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation is the leading health organization addressing the needs of some 46 million Americans living with arthritis, the nation’s most common cause of disability. Founded in 1948, with headquarters in Atlanta, the Arthritis Foundation has multiple service points located throughout the country. The Arthritis Foundation is the largest private, not-for-profit contributor to arthritis research in the world, funding more than $380 million in research grants since 1948. The foundation helps individuals take control of arthritis by providing public health education; pursuing public policy and legislation; and conducting evidence-based programs to improve the quality of life for those living with arthritis.