Bionic Hand Price List

Bionic Hand Price List

How Much Does a Bionic Hand Cost?

The simple answer is from $8,000 to $100,000+ US. Large traditional manufacturers still charge more than $30,000 US but newer companies seem to be pricing their bionic hands between $8,000 and $30,000 US.

Note that these are estimated total cash prices to end-users including the socket, sensors, all prosthetist fees, etc., assuming no insurance coverage, for a typical solution in the U.S. We realize that few people buy bionic hands this way but we’re trying to provide a common basis for comparison. For this same reason, we are listing the estimated price in the U.S. even if a device is not yet selling there.

Bionic Hand Price Table

Because there are so many variables to pricing an individual bionic solution, we have decided to use price categories rather than precise prices. After all, our goal here is to help prospective end-users determine which bionic hands are in their general price range, not to price out individual solutions.

Bionic HandPrice Category (USD)Current Availability
Ability Hand$20,000 to $30,000USA
Adam’s Hand$30,000 to $40,0001Italy Q1 2022, USA, Germany,
France, and Spain later in 2022
Atom TouchMore than $50,0002USA (launch date 2024)
Bebionic Hand$30,000 to $40,000Global
BrainRobotics Hand$20,000 to $30,000USA (launch date 2021/2022)
Grippy$10,000 to $20,0003India
Hero Arm$10,000 to $20,000USA, UK, Europe, Australia,
New Zealand
i-Limb Access$40,000 to $50,000Global
i-Limb Ultra & QuantumMore than $50,000Global
KalArm$10,000 to $20,0003India
LUKE ArmMore than $50,0002USA
Manifesto Hand$10,000 to $20,000India, France, the UAE and other Gulf countries that can access installation in the UAE, Malaysia, and South Africa and other African countries that can access installation in South Africa
MeHandA$30,000 to $40,000Russia, Germany,
Commonwealth of Independent
(CIS) countries
MeHandB$20,000 to $30,000Russia, Germany,
Commonwealth of Independent
(CIS) countries (launch date
Michelangelo HandMore than $50,000Global
Nexus Hand$20,000 to $30,000Global (now in 24 countries around the world)
OHand 2-Channel$10,000 to $20,0003China
OHand 8-Channel$20,000 to $30,000China (launch date unknown)
TASKA HandMore than $50,000USA, UK, Europe, Scandinavia,
Canada, Australia, New Zealand
TrueLimbLess than $10,000USA, Canada
Vincent Evolution$30,000 to $40,000USA, Europe, Russia
Zeus Hand$20,000 to $30,0003USA, Europe, Russia, India

1 Adam’s Hand is likely to straddle the $20,000 to $30,000 US and $30,000 to $40,000 US price ranges almost exactly in the middle depending on the clinic.

2 These devices are actually modular arms that can be configured in multiple ways including with wrist, elbow, and even shoulder joints. The prices shown here are for the hand & wrist components only.

3 These hands may sell for significantly less in some countries outside the U.S. In some cases, complete solutions can be purchased for less than $5,000 US. The comparatively high cost in the U.S. is due to that country’s reimbursement scheme.


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For a comprehensive description of all current upper-limb technologies, devices, and research, see our complete guide.