Crush enemy bottles with this power glove
I bet New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg would like to teach sugary drinks a thing or two with this power glove.
Actually, Canadian designer J.P. Rishea’s device is a gauntlet — the Exo Gauntlet 2.0 to be precise — which makes it all the more badass. It’s billed as having a grip strength “strong enough to break hard plastic cups and crush empty cans.”
Rishea’s Bionic Concepts Web site is offering this exoskeleton accessory to would-be cyborgs for roughly $3,200.
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“It got a grip strong enough to crush cans,” says Rishea, a Toronto-based tinkerer who’s been engineering his own gadgets since he was 14.
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