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Gripmaster Pro Edition


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  • High-quality hand exerciser with spring-loaded finger piston technology
  • Isolates and strengthens each finger individually for better overall coordination
  • Improves user control of bats, racquets, clubs, guitars, and other sports equipment
  • Fits conveniently in your pocket; lets you strengthen fingers anytime, anywhere
  • You'll also find a ton of other uses for the Gripmaster Pro, including playing guitar or violin, rock climbing, bowling, target shooting, martial arts, yoga, or even relieving stress while clicking a mouse or gaming for hours on end
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Product Description

The PRO is the most advanced Gripmaster hand exerciser. It's ideal for professional athletes and motivated individuals seeking maximum performance. The PRO expands on the ingenious design of the Gripmaster providing serious athletes with the most advanced technical hand exerciser in the world.

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  • ASIN: B0042SM5OK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,082 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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63 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Steve Farkash on August 29, 2008
Color: Heavy Verified Purchase
I bought this item based on other reviews I had read and I highly recommend you consider trying lighter tensions first. The Gripmaster Pro's are a really great product, but after buying the medium and heavy versions, I put them in a drawer and purchased the extra light and light tension units. If you're interested in developing individual finger strength and dexterity you better start with the extra light version. I am actually having a hard time working with it! The light version is now in the drawer,too. No, I'm not a 12 year old girl. I'm a 52 year old man and have worked physically my entire life. I also had double carpal tunnel surgery a year ago and feel I'm pretty much back to where I was before. If you just want to grab them and squeeze the crap out of them using your total hand strength, then go heavy. Otherwise, start extra light. Developing individual finger strength is a whole other story.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Reisenlauer686 on December 6, 2010
Color: Heavy
Great product. "Pro" Grip size is larger than the regular Gripmaster, but still reasonable. Finger surfaces are more comfortable on the Pro unit, but palm surface could benefit from a hook like on the regular Gripmaster. Medium tension is about right for the fingertip exercises, heavy tension is good for the closed fist exercises. Be sure to visit manufacturer's website to view all 11 different grips to use to strengthen different areas of hand and forearm. Really helping with ache & stiffness in my knuckles plus improving strength.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By buybot181 on June 24, 2011
Color: Heavy Verified Purchase
I had used the original gripmaster many years ago while recovering after wrist surgery. I can recall that product functioning as advertised, but it was built w/ materials that would be expected to be found on a child's toy. That is not the case with the Gripmaster Pro. This Pro Series is highly impressive - the heavier grade plastic and overall build suggests that this device would be often found in professional rehabilitation facilities.

I purchased this Pro device for a multitude of reasons. The product arrived in a simple zip-style bag with a 1 page insert that provides information on the various product line offered, some basic usage instructions, and advice regarding technique.

"Hand specialists recommend lower tension and more repetitions rather than higher tension and fewer repetitions." This is printed on the insert and I would have to agree. You need to develop endurance if hoping to improve your conditioning for sports/firearms training/typing, etc.
Longer reps would be an optimum approach. Yet I also believe that using a heavier tension with fewer reps in addition to the approach a fore mentioned can only improve your conditioning. Mix it up. If you were, however only able to purchase one of these, I would recommend the Heavy Tension (9 lb.) with high repetitions. Work your way up to 50 or 100 using very strict form of finger alignment.

Their web site prohands_.net_ is simply awesome. They provide a great resource for the consumer. If you have one of these devices, you're missing out if you don't harness the resources on the site. I even like the coding on their site.

The Gripmaster Pro Hand Strengthening System is a great buy and I highly recommend to those considering its purchase.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Common Sense on July 11, 2009
Color: Heavy Verified Purchase
This is my third one of these little gadgets. My first one has survived daily use for over 10 years. I live in Florida and keep it in my truck so it knows how to survive intense heat also. Well worth the modest investment of you are looking to strengthen your hands/fingers or are into rehab.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Terry L on December 6, 2010
Color: Heavy Verified Purchase
I bought this to help get strength back in my forearm after breaking my wrist. It works very well. Being able to use each finger individually was very helpful because my fingers were all whacky on strength after the broken wrist.

I also bought the "medium" tension Gripmaster to start with on my broken wrist, because I had only 1/3rd the strength in my broken wrist as I had in my other wrist, as measured by my arm therapist. However, within two weeks, I needed the stronger Gripmaster (which I had purchased at the same time) for some of the hand exercises. Other exercises will take awhile until I can use the "heavy" Gripmaster correctly.

With my good arm, I was able to easily pull this "heavy" tension Gripmaster, so I will probably buy the next stronger one also. But it will be awhile until I will outgrow this one with my recovering arm.

Anyway, these fit my hands well, worked well, and are a fair price.

If you go to the manufacturers website (prohands.net), they show a bunch of exercises to do with the Gripmaster.

This item is definitely worth the price.

The only difficulty a person may have will be determining which "tension" you should start with. The place I go for therapy for my wrist uses these (the regular Gripmaster, though, not the Pro), and watching other people use them makes it obvious that there is a wide variety of grip strengths--some people had a very hard time with the lightest models. Starting light is probably better so you can do the exercises correctly.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ray Mcdermott on December 19, 2013
Color: Heavy Verified Purchase
Simple, sturdy & effective. Purchased this to increase grip & trigger finger strength since these play a critical role in shooting correctly; it worked.
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