At 14:44 on Friday 18th February was the day that Angel realised that bebionic means more to her than just giving her a newfound confidence. ‘It’s not just one big thing, it’s all the little things that a lot of people with two hands take for granted. A lot of times people ask me “so what can you do with it?” And the idea isn’t that I’m supposed to be able to crush metal or push something superhuman heavy. The point is I’m supposed to be able to do the things that everybody else can already do. I feel like bebionic has really helped me to be able to do things that I didn’t know were supposed to be easier.’
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At 12:19 on Tuesday 29th October was the moment that Josh realised that his bebionic hand was his own. Choosing to be fitted with bebionic was a decision that Josh didn’t take lightly. After months of research, trials and talking to other amputees, he finally decided that bebionic was the hand for him. Looking back, Josh knows he made the right decision; bebionic has given him back his life. Its functionality and reliability means he uses it every day and the variety of grip patterns allows him to do simple tasks he once took for granted, quickly and easily.
At 19:18 on Monday 4th February was the moment that Charlie appeared in his first catwalk show. After losing his hand in an accident, Charlie’s world changed forever. Despite numerous challenges thrown his way, Charlie was determined to pursue his dream of a career in modelling and defy those who said he wouldn’t reach his goal. Now fitted with a bebionic hand, the modern and sleek design combined with cutting edge features and technology has given Charlie the confidence he needed to fulfil his dream of becoming a successful model.
At 22:11 on Saturday 9th March was the moment that Christoffer was hit by a train, resulting in the loss of both his legs and his left arm. In a tragic accident, Christoffer was left fighting for his life, after what was supposed to be a fun festival with his friends resulted in a near death experience. Now, a decade later, Christoffer has competed at two Paralympic events and has started his own successful prosthetics company. Whilst his own tenacity has driven Christoffer to be a success, bebionic has helped with his recovery, and enabled him to handle almost anything that he needs to do in an average day.
At 10:26 on Wednesday 18th February was the moment Kevin gained unprecedented control over his bike. As a keen cyclist, Kevin had tried a variety of adapted cycling prostheses over the last 30 years, but had never found one that didn’t give him backache. That was until he was fitted with bebionic; a lighter, more comfortable and easier to use hand it gave Kevin the best, most comfortable cycling position he had ever experienced.