Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano from Japan

If you love playing music instruments, specially a piano then you might want to have this kind of gadget from Japan, the Wrist-mounted Finger Piano. The good thing about this weird looking glove-like stuff is you can hone your piano skills on any solid surface wherever you are. Just slip the gadget onto your wrist, insert your fingertips into their respective “clips” and you’re good to go. All you need to do is press your fingers down like playing an actual piano keys but this time on any hard surface and its note will sound on the gadget’s built-in speaker.

Individual finger bits will play a note when you press it, and when you add a trio of buttons/notes to the top of the wrist unit, you end up with an entire octave of fun with this instrument. There are three volume levels and three sound banks (piano, bells and cat). The Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano is powered by 3 x LR44 batteries, and is available for purchase now from ThinkGeek ($39.99).

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