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Mechanical Hand Lets You be Steampunk Sabertooth. Or a Messy Eater

by Lambert Varias
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Whether you need one for cosplay of you just want really large fingers, Ivan Owen can give you a hand. Literally. Owen runs ChainCrafts, an Etsy store that specializes in armor, costumes and jewelry. His most intriguing product is the mechanical hand that’s twice the size of a human hand.

mechanical hand by ivan owen

What’s awesome about the hand is that it has cables that let the wearer control each finger with his own fingers, like so:

Here’s another version of the mechanical hand. Owen said this one was going to be used in a werewolf costume:

Both of the hands I showed here have already been sold, but you can contact Owen via his Etsy shop and order a new one for around $230(USD) if you want. Owen is also hard at work co-developing a more practical version of his mechanical hand: prosthetic fingers.

[via ThisIsWhyImBroke]




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Comments (2):

  1. Sam Medina says:

    Now that is a whole bag of cool!

  2. Wolgang William Hunter says:

    Hello,
    My name is Wolfgang Hunter, and I was wondering what the parts were that you used for the large mechanical hand. The best way to reach me is through my cell phone and the number is (970)-456-3502.
    Thank you.

    -Wolfgang Hunter

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