Japanese Wrist-Mounted Piano

Someone, probably in Japan, had the idea of creating a handy portable piano with a concert of fun features that can fit in one hand. And the concept sounds awsome. But, don't worry, the piano is not full sized, it is just as small as a glove.

This product of technical wizardry is composed of the wrist thing and the finger things.  Using the finger things is probably the key to making music with this gadget.

Touching base with the seller, this is what they are singing about:

"It's pretty simple. Each finger thingie plays a note when you press it on a hard surface. Add three more buttons/notes on top of the wrist unit, and your Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano pumps out one full octave of fun."

Three sounds are instumental in making this gadget really rock - the standard piano, bells, and cat.

Hearing that you can get get such a device is music to our ears. For the price of  $39.99, you can get your hands on this Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano.

You should take note that batteries are not included.

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