I’ve been wearing this wrist brace for almost two weeks, and while it’s helped my hand some, I suspect I’ll be wearing it for a while to come. Which makes me wonder: when can I start using it to store my electronics?
I mean, a wrist brace could be the perfect place to store a digital camera and cell phone. Mine has lots of Velcro on it, and I’m now keeping an eye out for cases with Velcro backing; but after a couple hours experimenting with attaching a camera case to t, I suspect this won’t really work well unless the storage is built into the brace, to lower the profile of the brace (I look a bit like a poorly-designed Borg right now), to more firmly secure your expensive electronics, and to get the balance right.
I’d pay real money for something that let me quickly pull my camera or phone out of my sleeve, like a card shark with an extra ace, or an early modern assassin with a stiletto. And given that something like 3% of American adults have carpal tunnel, there’s probably a market here.
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