Combining ease of control with elegance of design, the bebionic hand has been created with the principles of durability, performance and simplicity firmly in mind. Individual motors in each digit allows the hand to move and grip in a natural and compliant way.
bebionic utilises leading-edge technology and unique, ergonomic features that make it unlike any other hand available. These innovations combine to give the hand unrivalled versatility, functionality and performance.
Individual Motors in each finger allow you to move the hand and grip in a natural, coordinated way. The motors are positioned to optimise weight distribution – making the hand feel lighter and more comfortable.
Powerful microprocessors continuously monitor the position of each finger, giving you precise, reliable control over hand movements.
14 Selectable grip patterns and hand positions enable you to perform a huge number of everyday activities with ease.
Proportional Speed Control gives you precision control over delicate tasks, so you can pick up an egg or hold a polystyrene cup as easily as crushing an empty can.
bebalance software and wireless technology located within the bebionic hand myoelectric hand makes it easy to customise the functions to suit your preferences and lifestyle.
Selectable thumb positions and a built-in sensor enable you to complete more tasks than ever before.
Auto grip means no more accidents, as bebionic automatically senses when a gripped item is slipping and adjusts the grip to secure it.
Foldaway fingers provide natural looking movement, and flex when you brush past people or bump into objects.
Durable construction and advanced materials makes bebionic strong enough to handle up to 45kg – so you can confidently use the hand to carry heavy objects, and push yourself up from a seated position.
Innovative palm design protects bebionic from impact damage, and makes the hand quieter than ever.
Soft finger pads and a wide thumb profile maximises the surface area, and enhances grip.Features 14 Hand Positions – tripod, power, key, finger point, finger adduction, column, Mouse grip, Pinch, precision closed, precision open, relaxed hand, trigger, open palm, and hook.
After a burns accident in childhood to hands, legs and feet, I was left with three short finger digits on my left hand and four on my right hand.
Seven years ago and to improve my social life, prototype prosthetic hands were made and supplied by the NHS, which were helpful for a short time. Then the London Prosthetic Centre made an improved pair of hands, more comfortable, of perfect fit and life-like in appearance.
I am still actively involved in snooker locally, but one wonders what could have been achieved many years ago if prosthetic hands were available.
Many thanks to Mr Abdo Haidar and his professional staff at the London Prosthetic Centre.