New Care package for bebionic hand

25-08-2021

Easy and efficient for more freedom with full mobility

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (August 25, 2021) – The new Care Package for bebionic builds on Ottobock's already known scope of service and warranty packages. In addition, the Care package also covers accidental mechanical damage to the product caused by the user during proper use.

The Care package for bebionic hand also provide with reliable planning and cost transparency since it Includes long-term maintenance plan and an overview of the costs involved. Maintenance is free of charge during the warranty period with the care package.

Moreover, repairs are carried out quickly and easily without extensive administrative efforts. No cost proposals or permits need to be obtained.

When purchasing the Care Package, you can choose, as usual, between a warranty period of 3 or 5 years. The new scope also applies to extending the warranty from 3 to 5 years, which is possible within the first 36 months of purchasing the product.

Available for all bebionic hand warranty-service packages as of 01.09.2021. The Care package for bebionic (SP-8E7=*-CP) will replace the old service-warranty package (SP-8E7=*) for bebionic hand.

Learn more about the bebionic hand on the respective product page of each version:

About Ottobock

Ottobock develops “wearable human bionics” – medical technology products for people with limited mobility in the fields of Prosthetics, Orthotics and Human Mobility (wheelchairs). Founded in 1919, the company also treats patients in its Patient Care division. Our goal: Enhancing quality of life and health economic benefits. With its Paexo exoskeletons, Ottobock has also been applying its expertise in biomechanics to applications in manufacturing since 2012. Subsidiaries in almost 60 countries offer “Made in Germany” quality worldwide and employ more than 8000 people. Ottobock opened its doors in Scandinavia in 1967. The company’s international activities are coordinated from its head office in Duderstadt (Lower Saxony, Germany). Ottobock has been supporting the Paralympic Games with technical expertise since 1988.


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