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Gripmaster Pro Hand Strengthening System...
  • 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
  • Heavy tension strength of 9 pounds per finger for strong hands
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Product Description

The Pro is an advanced hand exerciser. Ideal for all athletes, rock climbers, and motivated individuals seeking maximum performance and build outstanding hand, wrist, and forearm strength. Works fingers independently.

Product Details

Style Name: Gripmaster Pro Hand Strengthening System, Heavy Tension (9 Pounds per Finger)
  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 0.9 x 2.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Korea, Republic of
  • ASIN: B000UMHURY
  • Item model number: 15002-HVY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (503 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,487 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Unit works very well and you are able to exercise individual fingers.
Derek K. Ruppert
Gripmaster Pro Hand Strengthening System, Extra-Heavy Tension (11 Pounds per Finger)Very good product.
Vlad
I recommend all the Gripmaster products - they have done a lot of good for me and are very well made.
David Delson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By ADC on December 12, 2008
Color Name: Red (Medium) Verified Purchase
I have been climbing walls indoor and outdoor for over 5 years now and this gripmaster pro is really impressive. It is build extremely sturdy and fits my hand much better than the regular gripmaster (which I would also rate 5 stars!). I purchased the 7 pounds and the 11 pounds pro version. I use them for hours everyday, whenever I have a free hand I grab one and it definitely increased my strength endurance. Now when I am struggling to finish a climb this little device gives me the extra strength that I need.
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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By D. Farrell on February 21, 2008
Color Name: Gray (Extra Heavy)
I was given the Medium Tension (7 lbs) Gripmaster as a hand-me-down gift almost a decade ago. It looked brand new when I got it, and it looks brand new today.

I eventually upgraded to the Heavy Tension (9 lbs) version, which was the strongest version you could buy for a long time.

Amazon remembered my Gripmaster purchase and decided to alert me to the new Gripmaster Pro products.

I could not have been happier to hear about it and I ordered it right away!

The construction is much beefier than the standard Gripmaster. And if the standard model lasts for 10+ years, I can't even imagine how long this one will last!

You have to have a larger hand in order to hold it comfortably and The curved part is not removable like the old Gripmaster, which I kinda miss.

I am very happy with the product and will continue to buy stronger version as they become available.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By J. Green on June 10, 2009
Color Name: Red (Medium) Verified Purchase
I'm learing how to play the acoustic guitar and I bought the gripmaster as a way to help strengthen my hands and fingers. I found it useful for developing strength to be able to play barre chords. The medium tension is a bit too much for working the pinky finger so I also bought a lighter tension for that. I highly recommend this product for a begginer guitar player.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By The 747 Gambit on May 16, 2012
Color Name: Gray (Extra Heavy) Verified Purchase
SHORT REVIEW: Do not purchase unless you already have seriously strong fingers; will provide a strenuous challenge for individual fingers. Should provide a moderate challenge for those just interested in working on full-hand grips. Five stars for utility and quality.

LONG REVIEW: If you're like I was, you probably think the Gripmaster series is for strengthening your grip. This is one of the uses of the Gripmaster, but the intended use is improving individual finger/thumb strength. Sure, the individual tension pads should be a dead giveaway, but Gripmaster ships with limited instructions on how to use it. Prohands clearly hopes that you will take an extra five minutes to visit prohands.net to see their 11 exercises.

I would recommend visiting the site: many of the exercises are not intuitive and will come as a pleasant surprise. My favorite exercises work the daylights out of the thumb, a great help for a console gamer such as myself.

With that said, this model has 11 pounds per pad. I thought I had a strong grip (I've used traditional "nutcracker" grip strengtheners for years), but when this model broke down my grip into individual fingers, a little humbling was in order.

If you have a weak grip and want to improve individual fingers, I would advise starting with light or medium tension, and work your way up the tension scale. This model is not the place to start.

Two final notes: Pro Gripmaster models are bulkier than the "regular" variety and have rubbery covers on the pads. I don't believe there's a difference in pad tension (i.e., Extra-Heavy is going to be 11 pounds per pad on both models), so if you have smaller hands - or just want to save a few bucks - the regular Gripmaster line should do the trick.

Finally, both Pro and regular models are extremely well-made devices and appear to be relatively indesctructible.
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48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Steve Farkash on August 29, 2008
Color Name: Black (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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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Paul on March 13, 2009
Color Name: Gray (Extra Heavy) Verified Purchase
I've been using Gripmasters for many years now and my only complaint was that rubber piece that sits against the palm kept twisting off the grip. So when I lost my Gripmaster and decided to replace it I was thrilled that I found the Pro unit. It resolves my only complaint about the Grimaster by removing rubber piece and molding a new palm rest directly into the unit.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Terry L on December 6, 2010
Color Name: Red (Medium) 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.

However, within two weeks, I needed the stronger Gripmaster (which I had purchased at the same time).

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.

I definitely think this thing was worth the price. The only difficulty 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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