This is the Ironhand glove. It's light, flexible and surprisingly powerful.

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Ironhand gives you extra grip, reducing strain and increasing strength. 

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The battery and drive components are housed in a small backpack or fanny pouch.

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The Ironhand system is quite compact.

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This technology significantly improves grip and can help reduce on-the-job injuries.

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Each fingertip is fitted with a small pressure sensor, which you can barely see in this photo.

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This system is light and unobtrusive. 

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Like practically everything else these days, there's an app that lets you customize the Ironhand's performance.

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Get a grip with the Ironhand.

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For more photos of the Ironhand, keep clicking through this gallery.

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