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  • CYBI Fingers

    Body-Powered Prosthetic Hand
    A cutting-edge, lightweight gadget for prosthetics performed at the hand level with a wrist joint.

    It is perfect for early stage prosthetics when you are 2 years old or if a bionic prosthesis is not optimal for you. The prosthesis is electronic-free and waterproof. Your prosthesis is completely customizable at the time of ordering.
    Extremely light and user-friendly
    The grip function is performed by bending the arm at the wrist joint. As you bend it, the tension of the cables that pull the fingers of the prosthesis together occurs. Even children can easily master this type of prosthesis. To ensure all-day comfort, the body of the prosthesis is made of lightweight but durable plastic. The CYBI hand weighs a mere 200-400 grams.
    Trains your muscles
    CYBI traction prostheses help children and adolescents train their wrist and shoulder muscles, allowing them to use bioelectrical prostheses later on successfully.
    With a CYBI prosthesis, you will never have to worry about getting caught in the pouring rain or washing fruits and vegetables.
    Custom appearance
    A wide array of designs can be applied to your hand, or you can choose the color of each part of the prosthesis specifically.
    Gadgets even more affordable
    The pioneering finger caps suitable for touchscreens are available for traction prostheses. Our company's patented technology, ready for you to use.
    Purchase a prosthesis for yourself or at least a 2-year-old child with a residual limb and a mobile wrist joint

    Create your unique prosthetic hand

    Maximum load on the fingers: up to 5 kg
    Ability to lift heavy objects: up to 10 kg
    Materials: stainless steel + aluminum + polyamide
    Prosthesis weight: 200-400 grams
    Before wearing a prosthesis, be sure to read the recommendations and User's Manual
    Any repair or maintenance is performed by a certified center. Independent repair of the prosthesis is not permitted. Preventive maintenance should be performed every 6 months or every 50,000 cycles, whichever comes first.
    • The warranty period lasts for 2 years and starts from the equipment use start date.
    • The warranty provides coverage for any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the warranty period.
    • The equipment use start date represents the date the prosthesis is handed over to the user.