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Category: Commercial & Industrial
Client: Lena Prytz of Ejendals (Sweden)
Design: Marcus Gabrielsson, Hans Nyström, Olle Bobjer, Maria Benktzon, Henrik Olsson, and Peter Ejvinsson of Ergonomidesign (Sweden)
Vibrations from industrial work can cause serious and permanent hand injuries, which are costly for individuals and companies. The TegeraPro Vibration Control gloves use a foam material specially designed to insulate the hands. The graphic elements on the gloves communicate the functionality before a wearer even tries them on.