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bebionic

The world’s most lifelike bionic hand

Sleek, elegant and cutting-edge in both design and technology, our flagship bebionic range pushes the boundaries of multi-articulating myoelectric hands. As the world’s most lifelike, functional and easy to use myoelectric hand commercially available today, bebionic is comfortable, precise and intuitive for patients, transforming the lives and abilities of amputees around the world – from helping them perform simple tasks like tying shoelaces to giving them back their control and their pride.

Our R&D investment in bebionic continues today with new, smaller variants of the hand as well as custom-designed options.

Explore bebionic’s features and grip patterns below, for details on how bebionic can help you or your patient.

bebionic small

As the most lifelike bionic hand on the market, the latest addition to bebionic is small and perfectly formed.

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Features

Features

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.

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Grip Patterns

Grip Patterns

With 14 different grip patterns and hand positions, the bebionic artificial hand is designed to handle almost anything that you need to do in an average day, from eating meals and carrying bags, to opening doors, switching on lights and typing.

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Standard Glove

Standard Glove

The bebionic prosthetic hand has been designed to look as real as possible, with a rounded shape and profile that gives the hand a natural appearance, especially when covered with one of our lifelike silicone skins.

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bebionic Wrist Options

bebionic Wrist Options

bebionic hands are available with four wrist options; new Flex Wrist, Quick Disconnect (EQD) and Short Wrist are available on the new small, medium or large hands. The Multi-Flex Wrist option is available only on the Medium and Large bebionic3 hands.

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