The world is changing and we have to start adapting to a new, more germ-conscious way of living. Whether you're using elevator buttons, ATM machines, or simply pulling open doors, you're more likely to contact bacteria since these are all shared surfaces. Designed by a retired NY City Paramedic, the Hygiene Hand is made entirely from a solid piece of brass which is inherently antimicrobial, to help decrease the spreading of germs while performing some of your everyday tasks. Hygiene Hand has a flat stylus tip for pressing buttons and keys, door hook for pulling handles, and a finger hole for ease of use. It also has a keyring loop so you can attach it to your daily items.
Successfully funded on Kickstarter at $570,261
ReviewsEveryday Carry: "If you're looking for ways to switch up your EDC to protect yourself and others while practicing social distancing and quarantining, adding the StatGear Hygiene Hand to your kit can come in."