Japan-based Bauhütte specializes in making peripherals for gamers, but their latest product might be the strangest yet. Officially called “Hand Massager,” it does exactly what you think, relieves fatigue using fifteen air cushions in the perfect locations to relax the fingers and palm. There are various settings that let users select just how powerful a massage they went, while an optional heater adds some warmth. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Shiatsu mode will most likely be the most popular, as this setting applies extra pressure to your palm. For those who need some relief in their fingers, selecting thimble mode will ensure that each digit is pulled and stretched for maximum relief. Unfortunately (or fortunately), you’ll have to head on over to Japan to purchase one, priced at $150 USD.
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