Steadi-Two Essential Tremor Treatment & Parkinson’s Disease Glove – 50% Sold Out

Steadiwear Inc has reached a recent milestone with their revolutionary battery-free Essential Tremor Treatment Device, the Steadi-Two.

The Steadi-Two is 50% sold out of their pre-order inventory and is scheduled for delivery to all pre-order customers in early June of 2022.

The main features designed to make life easier for Essential Tremor & Parkinson’s Disease Patients include:

Battery-free – the top feature that separates it from other products on the market. That means no recharging, or replacing batteries and no limit to how long a person can wear the glove each day.

Lightweight – the Steadi-Two weighs in at just 0.91 lbs or less than one pound so users can wear it for longer periods while experiencing less wrist fatigue. The Steadi-Two’s stabilizer and glove weight were reduced by 30% when compared to the first generation glove, the Steadi-One.

Interchangeable – versatile enough that it can be worn on both hands. It’s designed to simply slip on, tighten and go.

The full list of features and benefits of the Steadi-Two can be found on the company website,

The changes in this battery-free Essential Tremor Treatment Assistive Device were brought about due to feedback from the Steadi-One users and their lab tests. As part of an ongoing effort to improve the user experience for the Steadi-Two, customers can expect regular updates both now and in the future.

Mark Elias, CEO of Steadiwear, had this to say:

“We believe the Steadi-Two ‘smart’ glove is a game-changing product and that it’s going to have an even bigger impact than the first version, which changed lives.”

Current customers interested in learning more about the upgraded glove can do so directly on the website at New customers can also use the site to purchase the latest version of the glove while supplies are available.

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