Jamber scientists spent 2.5 years to design the first mug that is
MADE FOR HANDS
The power grip exerts the most gripping force, making it the easiest grip to use. Other grips include the pinch and round grips.
The Jamber mug allows for an almost optimal power grip, making it extremely easy to hold.
Metacarpophalangeal (MCP) Joints are where the finger connects to the hand. On the palm-side, this area can swell or become enlarged over time, changing the shape of your grip.
Jamber mugs allow for all hand shapes to drink with confidence.
A neutral hand position reduces strain on your ligaments and tendons of the hand, wrist, and forearm. This results in less discomfort or pain.
The Jamber mugs puts your hand in almost an anatomically neutral hand position.
Many spills occur when mugs are placed down too hard, or a finger accidentally stays in the handle.
Jamber's "handle kickstand" almost eliminates these dangerous spills.
Allen Arseneau (founder)
Former medical device and pharmaceutical process engineer.
Diana Arseneau (founder)
Former pharmaceutical industry strategist within clinical trials.
Peter Weiss, MD (advisor)
Scot Sellers Scholar of Hand Surgery
Chief - Hand, Upper Extremity & Microvascular Surgery
Vice Chairman & Professor of Orthopaedics
Alpert Medical School of Brown University / Rhode Island Hospital
Karen Jacobs, EdD, OT, OTR, CPE, FAOTA (advisor)
Clinical Professor of Occupational Therapy
Former President, American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)
Boston University, College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences / Sargent College