Anatomical flexion and rotation around the MCP joint
150 lb load rating
Low weight, high strength
Designed for cosmetic cover integration
The Point Endo is a two joint ratcheting prosthetic finger specifically designed to be integrated into a cosmetic silicone covering. It is designed for light to medium duty applications and has a narrow profile and smooth exterior with no grip surfaces or contours.
Point Designs' prosthetic fingers are made from semi-hollow titanium using a direct metal laser sintering process. The Point Endo takes all that we have learned from our other products and reduces weight and digit profile, while enabling integration with a cosmetic covering.
The main features of the Point Endo include:
To operate the Point Endo, the user positions the digit into one of the 9 locking levels of flexion by pushing the dorsal side against an opposing surface (e.g., table, thigh, etc.). The device locks into place automatically, enabling the individual to perform their desired task.
There are two methods to extend the Point Endo:
We also offer a mounting kit that aligns fingers relative to each other for multiple (up to 4) finger systems. The fingers are ideal for people with near MCP level amputation. Slightly distal (especially if the residual digit range of motion is minimal) and proximal partial hand patients are also good candidates.
Accommodates 1-4 finger fittings
Pre-alignment between fingers
Lamination spacers and hardware included
We offer a 24-month limited warranty for defects in workmanship and/or material.
Contact us to find out more about the partial hand prosthetic options that we offer. Our team of experts is ready to serve you.