I use some old Otto Bock cable quick lock connector to attach the terminal device (with an abutment at the end of the cable) to the prosthetic socket mounted cable (where the cable is attached to a quick-lock connector).
I am about to put up some pictures about the system that they put on my arm but I am not too happy with it. I'll post these images later and put the link up.
The problem is that mostly it inadvertently disconnects if the cable happens to be not under too much tension and the lock automatically unlocks. Conversely, my lock is very easy to use like that and ease of use is its major advantage. I started to put a minimal deformation on the outer shell that is supposed to lock it, by pressing it hard using pliers, and that somewhat improved the situation.
A safer method would be a screw-on system; we tried that but I could not connect it really well single-handedly.
Can we collect information (construction, seller, price), advantages and disadvantages of existing cable quick-lock connectors? Thanks.