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HHC MD Pro Hand Controls

4.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

£495.95 £295.00

The revolutionary HHC MD Pro hand control’s unique curved handle allow for the driver to keep both hands on the steering wheel while simultaneously operating the accelerator and brake pedals.

 

The curved handle fits the shape of all steering wheels allowing for the perfect hand controlled driving experience.

 

Length adjustable, complete metal build resulting in top quality build strength.  Can be rapidly dismantled into separate components for travelling.  This is the best portable hand control we currently sell.

 

No permanent vehicle modifications necessary – maintain your vehicle’s value by not causing permanent damage.  Installed and removed in minutes.

 

Total price for the HHC MD Pro Hand Controls is £295.  Upon confirmation of payment we ship within one business day, and you can expect delivery within 5-7 business days.

 

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Description

 

Presenting the HHC MD Pro Hand Controls – the safest, more comfortable and easiest to operate car hand controls.  Having both hands on the steering wheel is a huge improvement upon other designs as it allows for greater control and comfort.

 

List of BenefitsInstallationOperation and KitDifferencesDownsides

 

Push-Thumb Accelerator and Curved Push-Handle Brake hand control mechanism for easy one handed pedal control.

Complete metal build resulting in incredible strength.

Intuitive design allows for comfortable driving minutes after installation.

We recommend several days practise before regular driving commences.

Fits large trucks, cars, vans and even golf carts.

Designed in the South Africa.

Manufactured in the South Africa.

Free UK Shipping.

No installation damage to the vehicle.

No installation cost.

Can be installed by anyone who has use of their fingers and hands.

Useful for drivers who switch their hand controls between cars.

Useful for drivers who don’t want to pay high installation fees.

Useful for drivers who don’t live near a Mobility Dealership.

Useful for drivers who want to start driving within a week.

 

The two pedals clamps for both the gas and brake pedals are slid over the pedals, where screw locks are used to lock the pedal clamps onto the pedals.  These screw locks are screwed in until tight.

 

It’s worth noting that like the HHC FS hand controls, the HHC MD Pro hand controls do arrive fully assembled – the actual installation only takes around a few minutes (depending on experience).  No tools or car experience necessary to install these hand controls.  However drivers with severe arthritis or other mobility issues regarding their hands/fingers may have problems screwing in the screw clamps.

 

An instructional manual with precise instructions is provided and should be followed exactly.

 

A perfect driving tool for work, vacation and much more – available at your door step within just a few short days for the US and up to a week for Canada and Mexico.  Using just your hands you can install the kit, securing the HHC MD Pro hand controls onto the pedals.  An instruction manual is provided.

 

If you’re looking for the best of portable hand controls you’ve found it here.  The HHC MD Pro hand controls are incredibly easy to operate, intuitive, comfortable and very strong.  Proudly made in South Africa.  Operation is as simple as pushing down with your thumb to accelerate and using.

 

When purchased from our company we provide only the HHC MD Pro portable hand controls for the accelerator and brake pedals.  We do not provide a steering knob, carry bag or any other handicap driving accessories.

 

There are a few key differences between the HHC MD Pro hand controls and other portable hand controls which we sell.  Firstly, there’s the very easy to use thumb acceleration – but perhaps more importantly there’s the ability to comfortably hold the device in one hand without needing to move your hand at all.

 

Secondly, it’s length adjustable allowing it to be installed in almost all vehicles – the Peddle Master portable hand controls are not length adjustable.

 

Thirdly, the curved black handle perfectly fits all steering wheels allowing for the driver to operate the hand controls whilst keeping both hands on the steering wheel and therefore retaining complete control of the vehicle.

 

It doesn’t come with a steering knob however since both hands can be kept on the steering wheel the requirement of additional steering assistance is negated.

 

Secondly it’s also relatively expensive compared to other portable hand controls.  This is due to the high production costs of the all-metal hand controls, the new design, and finally also due to it being manufactured in South Africa and associated shipping costs.

 

Finally, unlike the Peddle Master hand controls which are purchasable in three different colors the HHC MD Pro hand controls come in silver metal color only – with a black handle.

 

 

We currently ship our portable hand controls across the US, Canada and Mexico.  For sales to the Americas please visit our US hand controls website.

 

 

Total price for the HHC MD Pro Hand Controls is £295.  Upon confirmation of payment we ship within one business day, and you can expect delivery within 5-7 business days.

 

3 reviews for HHC MD Pro Hand Controls

  1. 4 out of 5

    I was a little hesitant ordering these hand controls as there were no reviews and I couldn’t find that much more information on them… would it kill them to make some video and put it up?! Anyway, the whole ‘two handed steering’ thing got my attention… that combined with their full money back promise.

    The actual installation takes a lot longer than you’d think. The first time it took about 30 minutes to do – but mainly that’s finding the ‘sweet spot’ in terms of adjusting the length. The actual pedal clamps for the accelerator and brakes work well but can be fiddly to start with. Now we can install the hand controls in about 5-10 minutes but only because we have experience at doing it now.

    Once installed you can very easily operate the vehicle. One thing which scared me was this whole ‘thumb accelerator’ button thing. I was afraid that it would be very tiresome for a single thumb to operate the pedal. How wrong I was. It’s amazing how little strength you actually need in your thumb to push the pedal down… I’d estimate it at around the strength required to operate a liquid soap bottle. It literally is just like pressing a button and holding it down. Not worried there. The brake handle was of course fine and easy to operate.

    The build of the hand controls is quite interesting. In some ways they’re great and in other ways it looks a bit cheap and tacky. For example, it’s super lightweight and strong. So light that when I picked it up I thought something was missing! Ultimately though, lighter hand controls do make the whole experience easier from a the physical perspective of the driver. Regarding the strength they are very very strong. This isn’t some kind of cheap Chinese metal that will bend or buckle. I have no idea what metal it is but it simply feels like some kind of incredibly strong stainless steel alloy. It’s thin, lightweight but very very strong. Not only that, but it’s all welded together which makes it even stronger.

    The only problem is that these look a bit too hand-made. These clearly are not mass-produced in some factory line and in some ways it looks quite crude. Thankfully despite a slightly crude bit of metal work the actual strength is incredible. I’m quite sure they could easily survive being ran over by a car for example. It was actually quite refreshing to hold something to light yet which felt so strong.

    Driving with both hands on the steering wheel isn’t always possible as it depends on the situation, however quite frequently it is easy to do (mainly when not turning sharp corners etc). It’s a much safer feeling having both hands on the wheel.

    Overall I’m impressed. They could finish of the aesthetic feel and look of their hand controls a bit more but it gets the job done very well. Installation is easy (once you’ve got the hang of it), operation is easy (also once you’ve got the hang of it!) and the two handed driving thing is a big advantage for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    THE GOOD: No faffing about with your hands. It’s just all there in one hand you just use your thumb for accelerating and palm for brakes. Thumb button thing is no problem. Transferable between cars! (perfect for renting a car on holiday).

    THE BAD: You can’t have both hands on the wheel all of the time (especially during rapid turning)! A lot of the time (and especially if you’re just cruising) you can but not all the time. Installing it the first time is annoying until you find what length hole is best for you.

    Overall I’m pleased. It’s not perfect but it works that’s the main thing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    I like these hand control but if you’re used to the permanently locked ones then these might not be right for you. These are re-positionable. If your arm’s getting tired just rest it on your lap. If you want to have both hands on the wheel, then just raise it to the wheel. Just for that I would get it again. Some of the hand tools I have used before require your arm to be constantly raised…. being able to rest the hand controls while driving on my laptop is a big deal for me. It might not sound like a lot but actually a few minutes resting your arm can make a big difference.

    Installation is a bit fiddly. But that was fine for me because a few minutes after I actually used these MD Pro Hand Controls I had one of those moments where the unexpected happened. Obviously before starting any new type of hand controls there’s some amount of trepidation but after literally 5 seconds of using these hand tools I realised that they were for me. I just pushed down on the gas thumb gently, operated the brakes a little then realised I had a surprisingly large level of control over my vehicle. It really was one of those moments of relief when I realised that… as cheesy as this sounds… everything was going to be okay. I think with this kind of equipment you can usually tell within the first few seconds of using it whether it will work. And it does. Which is why I decided to write this review.

    It doesn’t look all too pretty but it’s one of those things you pick up and can tell straight away it’s made of proper, strong metals.

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