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8E7* Hand prosthetics

bebionic Hand

The most lifelike prosthetic hand

Comfortable, intuitive and precise - the bebionic is transforming the lives and abilities of amputees around the world. This extends from helping them perform simple tasks like tying their shoelaces to giving them back their control and self-esteem.

Comfortable, intuitive and precise - the bebionic is transforming the lives and abilities of amputees around the world. This extends from helping them perform simple tasks like tying their shoelaces to giving them back their control and self-esteem.

With 14 different grips and hand positions, the bebionic multi-articulating hand makes it easy to carry out day-to-day activites such as eating meals, carrying bags, opening doors and switching on lights and tying. 

Individual motors in each finger allow you to precisely control the hand and grasp objects in a natural, coordinated way. Proportional speed control gives you to manage delicate tasks.

The bebionic is available in two different sizes with three different wrist variations to suit individual requirements.

Together with Ottobock pattern recognition, the Myo Plus control gives the bebionic hand entirely new options for intuitive, natural movements without switiching hands. 

User groupwomen, youths, men, adults, elderly
Product familybebionic
ColourWhite, Black
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Benefits at a glance

bebionic hand – aesthetic, natural, adaptable

Three wrist variants

Different structural heights allow for versatile use, individually tailored to the user’s amputation level.

Stephen sitting at his laptop
Highly functional multi-articulating hand

Individual motors in the fingers allow objects to be grasped in a natural-looking, adaptive way.

Christian at the farmer’s market
14 selectable grips and hand positions

For a high degree of flexibility in everyday life with a wide range of different activities.

bebionic hand with Myo Plus
Compatible with Myo Plus pattern recognition

Coordinated with Myo Plus pattern recognition thanks to a digital interface.

Lina walking with a friend.
Passively movable fingers

The fingers move when they brush against people or unintentionally bump into objects and fold away comfortably to protect the mechanics of the hand.

bebionic hand
Bluetooth module in both hand sizes

Just one Bluetooth adapter is required to easily connect to the bebalance+ adjustment software.

User holding a toothbrush in their hand
Compatible with DynamicArm

The bebionic hand is compatible with the DynamicArm elbow joint, providing a premium solution for transhumeral and shoulder disarticulation amputees. 

Changeable Fingers

The bebionic hand was designed in such a way that all fingers, except for the thumb, can be easily exchanged by a certified clinician. 

User Experience

Almost effortless

bebionic hand – Christian’s story

Christian is a full-time truck driver and loves to cook; thanks to his bebionic hand, he can now do the things he loves again with full enthusiasm.

bebionic hand – Stefan’s story

Thanks to his bebionic hand, Stefan is now able to get back to doing the things he loves such as training with his dog, pushing his child in their buggy on family walks and cooking for his partner.

bebionic Hand - Ginas Story

Although Gina's left arm had to be amputated due to a serious traffic accident, she has never lost her positive nature & lightness. Today she is Vice Miss Germany, motivational speaker, model and influencer. Gina also actively supports people with disabilities. On her Instagram channel, she always lets her followers participate in her daily life and shows how the bebionic hand supports her in many everyday situations.

bebionic Hand - Kierstens Story

Kiersten knew from an early age that she wanted to be in the spotlight. Today, she is not only a talented singer, model and actress - Kiersten also actively campaigns for more visibility for people with disabilities. With her bebionic hand she shows that a prosthesis can not only be useful but also stylish.

Specifications

Product information

User groupwomen, youths, men, adults, elderly
Product familybebionic
ColourWhite, Black
Product typebebionic hand

Product Data

Article numberDescriptionSideColour
8E70=L-M-B-1bebionic Hand EQDleft (L)Black
8E70=L-S-B-1bebionic Hand EQDleft (L)Black
8E70=L-S-W-1bebionic Hand EQDleft (L)White
8E70=R-M-B-1bebionic Hand EQDright (R)Black
8E70=R-S-B-1bebionic Hand EQDright (R)Black
8E70=R-S-W-1bebionic Hand EQDright (R)White
8E71=L-M-B-1bebionic hand Short Wristleft (L)Black
8E71=L-S-B-1bebionic hand Short Wristleft (L)Black
8E71=L-S-W-1bebionic hand Short Wristleft (L)White
8E71=R-M-B-1bebionic hand Short Wristright (R)Black
8E71=R-S-B-1bebionic hand Short Wristright (R)Black
8E71=R-S-W-1bebionic hand Short Wristright (R)White
8E72=L-M-B-1bebionic hand Flexleft (L)Black
8E72=L-S-B-1bebionic hand Flexleft (L)Black
8E72=L-S-W-1bebionic hand Flexleft (L)White
8E72=R-M-B-1bebionic hand Flexright (R)Black
8E72=R-S-B-1bebionic hand Flexright (R)Black
8E72=R-S-W-1bebionic hand Flexright (R)White
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Prosthetic accessories-13E520
13E520Prosthetic accessories
Even after a forearm amputation or with a congenital malformation, a mental image of the hand usually remains mapped in the brain. Amputees can still imagine closing, opening or rotating their hand. This activates the remaining muscles in the residual limb.These muscle signals are transformed into myoelectric signals using electrodes on the forearm and translated directly into a movement of the prosthetic hand. Myo Plus learns to interpret the user’s individual movement patterns, assigning each to a specific prosthesis movement. These patterns can be adapted with the Myo Plus app.This intuitive control enables users to fully utilise the potential of their highly complex, multi-articulating prosthetic hands. Myo Plus pattern recognition is optimised for the bebionic hand and the MyoBock system.
Even after a forearm amputation or with a congenital malformation, a mental image of the hand usually remains mapped in the brain. Amputees can still imagine closing, opening or rotating their hand. This activates the remaining muscles in the residual limb.These muscle signals are transformed into myoelectric signals using electrodes on the forearm and translated directly into a movement of the prosthetic hand. Myo Plus learns to interpret the user’s individual movement patterns, assigning each to a specific prosthesis movement. These patterns can be adapted with the Myo Plus app.This intuitive control enables users to fully utilise the potential of their highly complex, multi-articulating prosthetic hands. Myo Plus pattern recognition is optimised for the bebionic hand and the MyoBock system.