Yeah, those don't work for me, Jim. Every time I've searched for sip and puff mouthpieces, that's what I find and usually that's all I find. I'm sure they are out there somewhere but who knows what they were originally used for.
From: Jim Lubin <jlu...@eskimo.com> To: Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com> Cc: Quad-list Post <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 7:03 PM Subject: [QUAD-L] Re: Mouthpiece Search I think it got rejected by the list with the photo attached. I've been using these dental "saliva ejectors" with my sip and puff. They are a flexible tube about 5" long with wire embedded so it keeps the shape when you bend it. http://www.idsdental.com/salivaejectors.html On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 6:32 PM, Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com> wrote: Hello, Folks. I was wondering if you might help searched for something. I have a sip and puff controlled wheelchair and back around 2005 I had the perfect mouthpieces for this chair. A few years ago I got down to the last mouthpiece and went online to order more, only I couldn't find the same thing. I've searched a number of times the past couple years and can't come up with anything close. It's possible that these were never designed to be sip and puff wheelchair mouthpieces, but I'd be more than grateful if someone could locate them for me. They are "L-shaped", made of a very sturdy plastic composite, giving them a little flex but you couldn't clamp it closed with the tightest bite, and there is a "doughnut" molded into one end. The attached picture is of the last one I had. It's a little warped because someone tried to wash it in a dishwasher, but it would normally be about 5" long, again, L-shaped, and has a doughnut molded onto one end. Thanks for any help… Jeff