“Lifelike” bionic hand for women and teenagers

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bebionic by steeper is a small,  “lifelike” bionic hand created for women and teenagers.  It is designed around an accurate skeletal structure with 337 mechanical parts.  Its 14  grip patterns and hand positions mimic real hand functions.

Its first user, Nicky Ashwell, was born with out a right hand.  After being fitted with the prosthetic, she was able to ride a bicycle and lift weights for the first time.

The prosthetic’s sensors are triggered by user muscle movements that connect to microprocessors and  motors in each finger. It weighs  1 pound and is 6.4 inches long.

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