Most of us learned by a young age that you cannot let your hand linger around a doorjamb for fear that it might get slammed. The Finger Protection Door cannot prevent this course of events, but it can buffer the impact so that the victim is less likely to suffer too much pain.
Designed by Peter Bischoff of Küffner Aluzargen, this clever idea involves the installation of a rounded frame that makes it impossible to actually wedge your extremities between the jamb and the door. The two surface edges remain at equal distances so the hard hit of a sharp corner will not occur.
The best application for the Finger Protection Door is for nurseries. Shutting doors still give children a shock but this cushions them from serious bruises and drawing blood.