Hero Arm Disney Covers
We’re now offering Star Wars BB-8, Marvel Iron Man and Disney Frozen bionic arm covers for free to limb-different children with every Hero Arm. 11-year-old Cameron Millar, 11-year-old Evie Lambert and 12-year-old Raimi Davis were amongst the first to receive a bionic Hero Arm that now comes with 3D-printed Disney-inspired covers. The Hero Arm and the Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney Frozen covers for the Hero Arm are custom-made using innovative 3D-printing and 3D-scanning techniques.
Star Wars BB-8 Hero Arm Covers
Cameron Millar from Edinburgh is 11-years-old and was born without a right arm. He now has new Star Wars BB-8 covers for his Hero Arm. Cameron said: “I love the Hero Arm and these new covers. I feel a lot like Luke Skywalker, my favourite Star Wars character, because he has a bionic hand too.” Cameron and his family crowdfunded for his Hero Arm in just three weeks.
Marvel Iron Man Hero Arm Covers
12-year-old Raimi from Street was born without an arm as a result of amniotic band syndrome. She loves Iron Man and was blown away by her new Iron Man covers for the Hero Arm. Raimi said: “When I first saw my Iron Man covers, I felt amazed. They are very unique and they’re so cool. Before getting my Hero Arm, many people just stared at me in public. But now that I have it, it gives me more confidence.” Open Bionics gifted Raimi with a Hero Arm as a thank you for taking part in the first stage of the NHS trial.
Disney Frozen Hero Arm Covers
11-year-old Evie Lambert from Huddersfield, was born missing her left arm. She’s struggled with basic skin-like gripper arms offered by the NHS, and has asked Santa for a bionic arm. She recently received a Hero Arm with official Disney Frozen covers. Evie said: “It’s really, really cool to have my bionic arm. I can now pick up a cup and brush my hair with my left hand, which I’ve never been able to do before.” Evie’s Hero Arm was funded by an external anonymous donor.