Located in the Bay Area. Ambulant Inc. is a team of designers, engineers, and ergonomists who are dedicated to creating products focused on comfort and ergonomics. With the rise of wireless devices being used everyday, we at Ambulant acknowledge the hand ailments and issues caused or related to long-term use of these devices. Ambulant’s first product, the Wingo, helps extend reading durations while relieves hand fatigue and helps prevents repetitive stress injuries by aligning the wrist into a more ergonomic position.
Founded on scientific principles and advanced ergonomics, the mission at Ambulant is to enhance mobile device comfort while bridging the gap between functional and fashionable design. Ambulant is dedicated to creating ergonomic-driven solutions for all the great new devices, that can unfortunately cause various hand and wrist ailments. The Wingo is a testament to the philosophy.
E-Book Friendly - “Wingo Case is the most comfortable way to read on a Kindle”
Arthritis Digest – “Wingo Wonder”
Cult of Mac - “Wingo Easy-Hold Kindle Case Would Be Perfect For The iPad Mini”
Mashable – “Ergonomic Case for Tablets Aims to Help You Avoid Carpal Tunnel”
AOL.On - “Get a Grip on Your Kindle with Wingo”
Crowd Outlet – “Wingo Case for Kindle E-Readers: ultra-comfortable and ergonomic”
Tech Digest – “The Wingo Case features a unique ergonomic design…
Mind of the Geek - “Wingo case for Kindle E-Readers lifts away reading pain”
The Wingo is the first handheld device created with the user in mind and focuses on enhancing tablet comfort by reducing hand, wrist, and forearm pain. Our passion is to bring intelligent design to the user experience. The design of the Wingo has been clinically tested, and is taking comfort to a whole new level! Simply stated… The Wingo Case is the most comfortable case in the world. It’s not just comfortable, it’s scientifically comfortable. Purchase a Wingo today and feel the difference!
“I have observed countless users of e-reading devices, such as the iPad, hold the devices for long periods of time with observable awkward postures and pinch grips, both of which are known antecedents of repetitive stress injuries. The Wingo is a simple but elegant solution to the growing dilemma of how to hold tablet devices without undue effort, strain or fatigue, especially when using only one hand. Its “wings” virtually hold onto the user’s hand, negating the need for the user to pinch the device and carry the burden of the weight with the finger tips. I think that it represents a valuable ergonomic option for frequent users of such devices.”
Anthony D. Andre, Ph.D., CPE
Founding Principal, Interface Analysis Associates
Professor, Human Factors & Ergonomics, San Jose State University
Past President, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society