Take Control of Your
Prosthetic Journey

For the First Time Ever, You Have the Option to Use Virtual Clinical Appointments to Purchase a Completely Personalized, Bionic Prosthetic Arm Without Ever Leaving Home

Unlimited Tomorrow’s in-house clinical team uses the latest technology to fit, create, ship, and care for your prosthesis. You can find out if you’re qualified in a few quick steps, and receive a completely personalized prosthetic arm without ever leaving home. The result is an exquisitely designed bionic arm that you’ll never want to take off, because it was made just for you.

Direct, convenient, fast, and supportive, we’re delivering the future of prosthetics by putting you first

Incredibly functional, remarkably intuitive, ultra comfortable, and made to match your exact size.

Unlimited care and support are effortless — and included — so you can sleep well at night knowing our team is always there for you

The most affordable prosthetic arm in the world — now with a risk-free 30-day trial and upgrade program for children

Our Promise to You

Unlimited Tomorrow’s innovative remote fitting process makes it easy for you to receive a one of a kind device without ever leaving your own home. Our clinical team takes great pride in working with you through the entire process of receiving TrueLimb. From the initial consultation to your socket fitting, all the way to the adoption of TrueLimb. We are here for you before, during, and after the delivery of your TrueLimb all at no extra cost.

TrueLimb is the most affordable prosthetic device on the market.

Our Process

Our Process

The Most Affordable Bionic Arm



Other bionic arms

$20,000 to $80,000


We’ve created an industry-first method for obtaining a prosthetic limb, you can learn more by visiting our Process page. Our Process

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You can lift up to 15 pounds with your TrueLimb prosthetic arm. Consider TrueLimb as your assisting device for everyday light to moderate tasks. You should use your TrueLimb for utility, not for lifting heavy objects.