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Dynaflex IronPower V-Power Steel Gyro Metal Powerball (Red)


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  • The King of the Metal Gyros
  • 100% Precision And Smoothness
  • 2 Mm Thick Stainless Steel Axle Pegs
  • Hard Coated Aluminum Housing
  • Heavy Duty Bearings
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Dynaflex IronPower V-Power Steel Gyro Metal Powerball (Red) + DynaFlex Docking Station 12095 Power Starter for Gyro Wrist Exercisers + Dynaflex SM-01 Speedometer for Dynaflex Power Balls
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Product Description

If you are craving the next level in gyroscopic fitness, from a hand held gyro the V-Power gyro is right up your alley. The V-Power Gyro utilizes German precision engineering to create up to 17,000 rpm and 60 pounds of silky-smooth dynamic resistance in the palm of your hand. Not only will you get an awesome workout - thanks to the raw power of the V-Power gyro - but it also looks amazing sitting on your desk or coffee table enclosed in its metal display case. The V-Power features a new compact design which sits comfortably in the palm of your hand and enables greater control over the gyro. The difference between the Force Two metal gyro and the V-Power gyro lies in the newly developed high-end rotor. This newly developed rotor is comprised of aluminum and stainless steel which lessen the weight of the unit but allows it to spin faster thus creating more resistance. Describing the V-Power experience is challenging at best, because you have never felt anything like it before. But imagine a sphere the approximate size of a tennis ball that feels as though you are lifting a 60-pound dumbbell when spinning at full speed. This may sound impossible, but it's true. The faster the V-Power Gyro spins, the more resistance is automatically added. This exerciser is perfect for the experienced Powerballer, Mixed Martial Artist or extreme athlete looking for a challenge or a way to get a competitive edge in their sport of choice. DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN GERMANY, distributed in the United States by DYNAFLEX. (Note: NOT Compatible with Speedmeter.)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003YXZQ5Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,393 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This is commercial quality and is made to last.
Curtis Mason
With a little practice I was able to get the fly wheel rotating without the starter string and can get it rotating very fast to make your exercises challenging.
Andy Elstein
The sides of this gyro are very smooth metal and once you get this going it can easily slip from your hand since it puts out so much force.
RFizzle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By S. Elchert on July 30, 2011
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I was confused on the differences between the Dynaflex Iron Power Force 1 - Silver, Metal Powerball and Dynaflex Iron Power Force 2 - Black and the Vpower, so I google translated the german website. The Ironpower Force One has an aluminum rotor and the Force Two has a stainless steel rotor and therefore weighs about twice as much. The Vpower is a more recent design with a rotor made of both aluminum and stainless steel. The website wasn't that detailed but it seems to combine the weight of the Force One with the spinning power of the Force Two? Searching the German Amazon site I found that the Force Two gets higher reviews, although Amazon Germany does not yet seem to sell the Vpower. A lot of people seem to prefer the Dynaflex Xtreme Steel because it has a grip and is compatible with the counter; I haven't tried it so I can't compare it to the Vpower, but the Vpower feels very well-made. (It's made in Germany instead of Taiwan, which is where I think the Dynaflexes are made.) I should also note that this isn't actually made by Dynaflex, which I consider a good thing because I don't know that I trust the stability of the Dynaflex company. The Ironpowers and Vpower are made by a European company called Kernpower or something. Don't know anything about them, but Dynaflex just changed their name to DFX on their new website, I think they used to be called NSD or at least have a company called NSD make some of their products, and their customer service leaves something to be desired. I would buy this Vpower again, although I'm curious to try the Force Two. If you know more about these companies of if I've gotten anything wrong, please let me know. I hope this is helpful.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By L. Smale on March 12, 2012
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I've had plenty of use from the cheaper, lower power and RPM plastic version, but it was getting noisy enough that my family was complaining about me using it.
I got one of these as a replacement because it looked better made and produced more force and higher RPM - I'd essentially outgrown my other model.
When it arrived it came with a replacement ring that the ball moves within that was made of PLASTIC.
So the only benefit of the metal is for the extra weight in the ball that creates more force.
After using it for a couple of hours max, the friction has increased to the point that it is hard to start,
needs a lot of continuous work just to keep it from rapidly slowing down,
and is about as noisy as the well used worn out plastic one it is replacing.
It is clearly wearing out really fast because of the high friction forces of the heavy metal ball working on the plastic ring.
I'd also not recommend this model to a new user because the grip strength required to hold the metal casing without it slipping around is quite high, and,
although you can work around this issue with tape, I'd suggest if you can't hold it without the tape you probably don't need the high forces this model produces.
Like another poster, I'm also suspicious of the large ratio of positive to negative reviews of this model, given its obvious longevity design flaw.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Curtis Mason on April 11, 2011
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Everyone who sees this without knowing what it is thinks I am spinning an apple. This powerball is unlike any I have used before. The most noticeable difference is how quiet it is which has to do with how smooth it spins. There is very minimal hum as it spins and this can be done in many places without drawing attention due to the ruckus. Second it is definitely heavy in comparison to previous models. One reviewer commented that it is also more slippery than previous models which is true partially due to the increased force needed to hold it.

I had purchased this for physical therapy use with regular powerballs being sent home for use outside of therapy. This is commercial quality and is made to last. It is similar to buying a commercial treadmill versus a Weider home treadmill. This is made to last.

The case for this unit is nice for storage and includes two starter strings and a replacement ring set.

You still do not want to drop this unit. The rings inside are still plastic (the only plastic I see in this thing) and due to the weight it will chip the ring inside if dropped.

Overall this is an amazing unit and I am satisfied with it.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By DG on December 5, 2011
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I had the plastic Dynaflex Pro Gyro Exerciser, and it worked OK, but it was noisy and hard to start with a thumb-flick. Eventually, the internals wore down such that it got even noisier and harder to start.

This red, metal gyro ball is easy to start with a thumb-flick, and almost quiet enough so that the person in the next cubicle over won't notice the whir. It also generates more resistance at higher RPMs, but can also be spun slower so that you can keep it going for a fairly long time without exhaustion.

It's a good, solid item, but I wish there was a similar product at half the price. Since there isn't you can either get a noisy plastic gyro, or an expensive quiet one.

UPDATED: the internals on this one wore out just like the $30 plastic one, making it noisier and harder to start, so the only thing you're getting with this is $90 of pretty stainless steel shell. I suspect like someone else that some of these 5-star reviews are bogus.
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