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Having a hand is great, but imagine if you had a centaur at the end of your arm. That’s where Handitaur comes in. It transforms your hand into a mystical, magical, beardy centaur.
It's a set of five soft vinyl finger puppets, four 2" hooves and one 3-1/2" torso, that takes your hand from humdrum reality into the realm of fantasy. This product will change the world. Instead of shaking hands, people of the future will bump centaurs.
The average horse is around 15 hands high, but this pocket-sized phalange filly is exactly one. This is a set of five finger puppets (four 2" hooves and a 2" horse head). Buy them for your whole family and make a Handihorse herd stampede!
Tired of your boring old hand? Unlock its secret and transform it into a unicorn with Handicorn!
It's a set of five finger puppets that take your hand from meh to magical!
After we put them on, we learned that unicorns love Skittles.:
Handicorn will transform your former fist into the ultimate unicorn.
Finger Hands! Hey dude, did you ever wonder what it would look like if your fingers had tiny hands on the end as if they were arms? It's a freak out!
This set of five irresistible soft vinyl finger puppets fit snugly on the end of your fingers and look like a quintet of tiny right hands. Now you can give a high twenty-five.
But wait, let's explore a few more uses for our new Finger Hands.
Here's the high twenty-five:
Impractical shoe tying:
Tiny business handshakes:
Adorable multi-handed peekaboo:
An excellent way to look even smarter while thoughtfully stroking your beard:
Guitar moves Eddie Van Halen couldn't handle:
A better way to brush your bangs out of your eyes:
And a true grip on your glass of water:
We consider this proof you should buy some Finger Hands right now. Really, you need them.
We love spotting our products in the wild and there's something particularly cool about seeing depictions of them in people's artwork. So we were delighted to spot one of our Deluxe Finger Monsters in this wonderful painting by Midwestern artist Ken Keirns:
Entitled Social Network, it was part of a solo exhibition of Keirns' artwork, “Deja Vu, Selected works from Ken Keirns”, which recently took place at the Madelife gallery in Boulder, CO.