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  • Manifesto Fingers

    Bionic Prosthetic Hand
    State-of-the-art bionic prosthesis designed to replace the hand when missing four or five fingers.

    The prosthesis is created and manufactured using advanced 3D printing techniques to fit your level of injury or congenital case.

    Top-of-the-line accessories
    The prosthesis consists of a hand, a residual limb socket with control sensors, a battery, a charger, and electrical cables.

    Each finger of the prosthesis has an autonomous drive, which means you can make any gestures you want. There is a thumb-retraction feature. The fingers have flexible phalanges for a more convenient grip.
    Custom appearance
    Each Manifesto prosthesis is one of a kind, customize your prosthesis with different colors and graphics.
    Gadgets even more affordable
    Manipulate your desired gadgets with your bionic limb. The fingertips of the prosthesis feature a special material that allows you to interact with touchscreens.
    User-defined settings and gestures 
    Gesture configuration and switching is available via a mobile app powered by Android or iOS prostheses. There are 3 preset gestures.
    Pick up a prosthesis for yourself or a child from age 14 with a missing hand and residual forearm
    Maximum load on the fingers: up to 15 kg
    Ability to lift heavy objects: up to 20 kg
    Battery life: from 24 hours
    Materials: stainless steel + aluminum + polyamide
    Prosthesis weight: 500 grams (hand)
    Finger cap suitable for touchscreens: included in the prosthesis without a cosmetic shell
    Download the app to customize your prosthesis. Using the app, you can select the operating mode of the hand, as well as enable additional options that help you simplify everyday life with your bioelectric prosthesis.

    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.
    • The battery pack and charger are not covered by the warranty.