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.
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.
Everything you need to know about bionic legs, knees, ankles, and feet. Continuously updated, this page is intended as your one-stop repository for all the latest information on lower-limb devices, technologies, and research.
The Blatchford Elan IC has all of the attributes of its sister product, the Elan Microprocessor Foot. But its new induction charging technology allows it to be completely sealed from the elements, making it waterproof.
The Blatchford Elan Foot is another worthy competitor in the bionic foot/ankle market, allowing users to achieve a smooth gait on many different types of terrain. However, it is not waterproof and lacks the type of user software offered by…
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.
The Zeus bionic limb is yet another solid contestant in the bionic arm/hand market. Strong and durable with a lift capacity of 35 kgs and one of the highest grip forces in the industry, it is also deft enough to…
A complete list of all the main microprocessor ankles, knees, and fully integrated bionic legs currently on the market. Even better? This list and all of its supporting articles are continuously updated.
Ossur’s i-Limb hand is one of the world’s most advanced bionic hands. Available in three models — Access, Ultra, and Quantum — the i-Limb offers the most comprehensive set of grips and grip control options currently on the market.
The latest version of Nabtesco’s Allux Knee (Allux 2) was launched in the U.S. in June 2017. Now distributed by Proteor USA, the Allux has some interesting features, especially its use of a 4-bar linkage system. But can it compete…