Is the wrist a good position for big implants?
TL;DR I’m about get a PAY installed at my wrist, will it move too much when I turn my hand to pay?
I’ll get a PAY implant, probably in my wrist.
To be clear, I mean the lowest green area ^, on the outer side.
I think some people get flexNExTs installed at that position.
My installer suggested this position and I like it, but I have doubts.
I need to turn my hand upside down to pay, and when I do that the skin moves.
When I stick a 2 * 3cm (implant is 17 * 27mm) piece of tape on the my arm and make the 180° turn, it ends up over a bone.
I don’t know if I want all that movement + bending every time, also it kind of moves away from the reader.
Idk if I shouldn’t just convince my installer to copy @JennyMcLane 's position.
Higher, more on the outside, the bones move under it but there’s muscles beneath. It easily passes the tape-test. My installer doesn’t like it I guess.
Do implants under skin move as much as stickers on the surface? (I guess no, but how much less?)