Bionic Arm / Hand Articles

Bebionic Hand User Satisfaction Survey

This page contains BionicsForEveryone.com’s User Satisfaction Survey for the bebionic hand. If you are currently a bebionic hand user or have been one previously, please share your experiences in this short survey to help others make more informed decisions.

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TASKA Hand User Satisfaction Survey

This page contains BionicsForEveryone.com’s User Satisfaction Survey for the TASKA Hand. If you are currently a TASKA Hand user or have been one previously, please share your experiences in this short survey to help others make more informed decisions.

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TASKA Hand from TASKA Prosthetics

Rugged, waterproof, and capable of operating in dusty environments, the TASKA Hand is the first bionic hand specifically designed to handle activities such as mowing lawns, operating light chain saws or hedge trimmers, and washing the car.

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Ottobock bebionic Hand

Ottobock’s bebionic hand offers 14 grip patterns and a carrying capacity of 45 kgs, which places it in the upper third of bionic hands in these two categories. On the downside, there are rumblings about its durability.

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Seeking User Feedback on Bionic Limbs

At BionicsForEveryone.com, we are very clear about where our loyalties lie when it comes to bionic limbs, and that is with end-users. We don’t have anything negative to say about bionic companies. On the contrary, we have great respect for…

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A Complete Guide to Bionic Arms & Hands

Everything you need to know about bionic arms and hands, with descriptions of all the current devices, technologies, and the latest research. Continuously updated, this page is intended as your one-stop repository for information on upper-limb bionics.

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Bionic Arm & Hand Control Systems

When looking at a bionic arm, many people believe that the hand and the arm joints are the primary technology components. This is not true. It is the user control system that holds the key to restoring near-natural capabilities.

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