The following prices are an estimated total net price to end-users for a typical bionic hand system, including the socket, sensors, all prosthetist fees, etc., in the U.S. market, assuming no insurance coverage. These prices are presented here as a general indicator of affordability only so that someone looking for a new hand will know which ones are within their budget. Actual prices may vary depending on individual circumstances, especially the differences in the user’s residual limb.
Please note, there are four possible sources for our bionic hand prices:
- Clinic Price;
- Manufacturer (Direct-to-Consumer);
- Individual Prosthetists;
Of these, the End-users source is the least reliable because the reported price may be based on only a few individual experiences. We are trying to get official clinic prices for all devices but some bionic companies refuse to provide this information.
|Aether Biomedical Zeus Hand||$13,000 to $15,000 USD||Clinic Price|
|BrainCo Dexus Prosthetic Hand||Unknown||—|
|Open Bionics Hero Arm||$15,000 to $20,000 USD||Clinic Price|
|Ossur i-Limb||$45,000 to $70,000 USD||End-users|
|Ottobock Bebionic Hand||$30,000 to $35,000 USD||End-users|
|Ottobock Michelangelo Hand||$60,000 to $70,000 USD||End-users|
|Psyonic Ability Hand||$15,000 to $20,000 USD||Clinic Price|
|Taska Prosthetics||$30,000 to $35,000 USD||End-users|
|Unlimited Tomorrow TrueLimb||$7,995 USD||Manufacturer (Direct-to-Consumer)|
Each of the bionic hands listed above links to its own page, which provides a basic overview of the hand.
For a comprehensive description of all current upper-limb technologies, devices, and research, see our complete guide.
Also, if you are shopping for a bionic hand, do not miss our article on Myoelectric Control Systems. Getting this part of your bionic system right is probably the biggest single ingredient in your long-term satisfaction.