Unfortunately, Unlimited Tomorrow does not currently manufacture lower limb prosthetic devices. Additionally, we do not have any short term plans to do so.
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TrueLimb is a solution for individuals with either a congenital or acquired limb difference. Currently, we work with amputees who have either a transradial or wrist disarticulation amputation. We will be offering a transhumeral solution in the future so be sure to follow our newsletter. Join our email list
TrueLimb works by reading and collecting muscle data from your residual limb through sensors embedded within the socket. This data then controls a number of grips and movements.
What makes TrueLimb different from other myoelectric devices is that TrueLimb’s socket is embedded with more sensors than required in order to ensure contact with your muscles for more successful grip activation.
TrueLimb should be considered as an assisting device for everyday light to moderate tasks. You should use your TrueLimb for utility, not for lifting heavy objects. TrueLimb is attached to your residual limb with a personalized socket, therefore you should not exceed a lifting weight of 15 pounds with your device.
TrueLimb is suitable for ages 7 and above.
We assess each individual as every case is unique. To find out if TrueLimb is right for you, you can get started here. Am I a candidate?
The arm is made of industrial-grade PA12 nylon with acrylic and rubberized coatings. Numerous other actuators, electronics, and hardware are housed in the arm to provide functionality.
TrueLimb generally weighs 1-2 pounds depending on size.
TrueLimb has a multi-day battery life.
TrueLimb is splash proof, but not waterproof. You cannot swim or shower while wearing your TrueLimb.
The device is not protected from dust or other particulates, but it is resistant to dust collection through use. It has limited ingress points, so we ask that our users be mindful of the openings in the device.
Your first opportunity to select the skin tone that matches you best is during the 3D scanning process. Upon receipt of your first round of check sockets, there will be 1 socket that is printed in the tone you selected while conducting your 3D scan as well as another color swatch. This will allow you to compare the skin tone you selected with your residual limb and change your selection if you are not satisfied with your first choice! We continue to work with you to ensure you are completely satisfied with your personalized TrueLimb.
Payment and Insurance
We don’t accept insurance, and that’s how we are able to keep our cost for TrueLimb so affordable. Because we don’t work with insurance companies it allows you to be in control of the choice you make in your personalized prosthetic device. It also allows the process to operate much quicker because we aren’t waiting for approvals from the insurance company.
Read our blog post about what to expect from insurance for prosthetics here:
Read more about insurance and our pricing structure here: https://www.unlimitedtomorrow.com/pricing/
Our goal is to create an affordable and accessible solution. TrueLimb is drastically more affordable than anything on the market, costing only $7,995. We also offer the option to finance for as low as $278/month at 0% APR for 36 months.
Included in your payment of $7,995 is your remote 3D scan, a complete set of check sockets, breathable, personalized socket, your personalized TrueLimb, free express shipping, and 1/2 price device upgrade for all children.
Additionally, included with all TrueLimb devices is a 2-year warranty as well as a 30-day risk free trial.
Learn more about our pricing structure here: https://www.unlimitedtomorrow.com/pricing/
We’ve created an industry-first method for obtaining a prosthetic limb, you can learn more by visiting our Process page. Our Process
The process typically takes on average eight weeks from start to finish.