In our pervious paper, a new parallel-type spherical 3-degree-of-freedom mechanism consisting of a two-degree-of-freedom parallel module and a serial RRR subchain was proposed. In this paper, its improved version is suggested and implemented. Differently from the previous 3-dof spherical mechanism, gear chains are incorporated into the current version of the mechanism to drive the distal revolute joint of the serial subchain from the base of the mechanism and in fact, the modification significantly improves kinematic characteristics of the mechanism within its workspace. Firstly, after a brief description on its structure, the closed-form solutions of both the forward and the reverse position analysis are derived. Secondly, the first-order kinematic model of the mechanism for the inputs which are assumed to be located at the base is derived. Thirdly, through the simulations of the kinematic analysis via. kinematic isotropic index, it is confirmed that the mechanism has much more improved isotropic properties throughout the workspace of the mechanism than the previous mechanism in . Lastly, the proposed mechanism is implemented to verify the results from this analysis.